Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

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Corrected entry: When the racers are paying to compete in the race to decide who will be the next day's avatars/racers, the King mentions that they pay using a gold coin they've collected by winning previous races. This doesn't make sense however as they all would have started with none. Even if they all started with one, only the winner would have any to play with the next day. How did they pay to compete before they collected these coins? And what happens if an avatar loses all their races and run out of coins? They'd never been able to compete in the race again, meaning the pool of racers would be whittled down over time.


Correction: Since we see so little of the actual gameplay, we don't know how it functions. It's possible they get a certain number of coins per day, or per player who selects their character.

Greg Dwyer

Corrected entry: At the start of the movie, Fix It Felix Jr is at the back of the arcade and facing the door. Sugar Rush is two or three machines down. However, at the the end of the movie, Fix It Felix Jr is facing Sugar Rush, they are opposite each other.

Correction: This is not correct. At the beginning, when the a Sugar Rush game is added (during the 30-year time lapse), it's next to the whack-a-mole game, and in front of Wreck-it-Ralph (as in closer to the door) and not a couple games over. It's set at an angle so that they're not facing each other, but still in the line of sight of each other, so that Ralph and Vanellope can still see each other.


Corrected entry: In the scene where Ralph leaves Tappers, and is talking to the robot about a game where he can win a medal, the robot states the game is called "Medal of Heroes." When Ralph is next seen wearing the robot's uniform, and heading into the game, we see that the game name is actually "Heroes Duty".

Josh Hodgins

Correction: The game is called Hero's Duty, while the medal the player wins is called the Medal of Heroes. He gets it correct.


Correction: He's not completely clean, his hair, skin, and clothes are all slightly stained brown. The chocolate was thick enough that it all sloughed off him as he emerged from the pond, but he's still got a darker tint from having been in there.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: During the kart-baking mini-game, the countdown clock evidently changes speed for no reason while off-screen, as it takes 24 seconds to go from 0:54 to 0:42, 11 seconds to go from 0:29 to 0:15, and 5 seconds to go from 0:13 to 0:12. Altogether, this "one-minute" game of apparently continuous action lasts 1 minute and 13 seconds from "Go!" to "Time's up!" (00:49:35 - 00:50:55)

Bag of Magic Food

Correction: It just took those extra seconds to be able to show all of the action from all different perspectives so that simultaneous actions were not omitted.

MovieFan612 Premium member

Corrected entry: The Space Marine from Hero's Duty obviously reveals a glitch when hitting the wall at Tapper's while continuing his walk cycle, but glitches aren't supposed to be able to leave their game environment.


Correction: The Marine was not glitching when walking into the wall. In real life video games this is just called bad/dumb AI, and since he did not seem very smart when he meets Ralph it fits perfectly.

Corrected entry: If Vanellope uses the medal from Hero's Duty, how would the roster recognise it was her? in fact, it wouldn't register anybody, because it is from a totally different game.

Correction: Apparently, the Cup recognizes the person who tosses a coin into it. Just as the other drivers didn't have "personalized" coins, Vanellope's coin would identify her as the person who was last in possession of it.

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Corrected entry: Although Vanellope has hazel eyes, when Ralph looks at her picture on the side of her game, her eyes are green. (00:28:50 - 01:11:20)

Correction: Cabinet art (and box art for home versions) often does not match what actually appears in the game. For example, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) for NES' box art showed an image from the comic book, with all four turtles wearing red masks, but the game itself was based on the cartoon series where each turtle had a different colored mask.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: When Ralph breathes through a straw under the chocolate lake, Darth Vader's breathing sound can be heard.

Corrected entry: King Candy knows what "going turbo" means but Jane does not. But King Candy is from a game that has only just been plugged in and Jane's game "Hero's duty" has been around for a while.


Correction: The reson King Candy knows about going turbo is because he was the one that actually did it originally. It means when he changed his games for good, because after they unplugged his machine, he became King Candy in Sugar Rush. Also, it's Hero's Duty that's new, while Sugar Rush has been around for a while.

Corrected entry: In the scene in which Ralph interrogates sour Bill, he becomes aware that Felix and Vanellope are locked in the fungeon. There is just one problem with this: when and how did Vanellope get locked up? It is never shown if she turned herself in or was maybe captured, etc., making for a lot of uncertainty.

Correction: We do not need to see her capture. we know that King Candy had the police looking for her, and she was probably too upset to try and get away for whenever they found her.


Continuity mistake: When Ralph sticks Sour Bill to a candy tree, the branch is directly under Sour Bill, but when Vanellope has become a princess later on, the branch is now facing Sour Bill's right. (01:13:00 - 01:28:15)

Casual Person

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Vanellope: So how did I do?
Ralph: Well, you almost blew up the whole mountain.
Vanellope: Right, right. That's a good note.

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Trivia: Sonic's PSA about staying safe outside your own game is a reference to the Sonic Sez segments from the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon.

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Question: If Gene is the only Nicelander who is not afraid of Ralph then why does he scream with fear as he sees Ralph at the door during the party? Shouldn't he have given Ralph a stern look and told him to leave? (01:41:00)

Answer: It wasn't that he was screaming out of fear of Ralph exactly, but more surprise to see Ralph of all people, as well as sudden fear of Ralph wrecking the party.

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