Wreck-It Ralph script
Synopsis: Arcade-game character Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) is tired of always being the "bad guy" and losing to his "good guy" opponent, Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer). Finally, after decades of seeing all the glory go to Felix, Ralph decides to take matters into his own hands. He sets off on a game-hopping trip to prove that he has what it takes to be a hero. However, while on his quest, Ralph accidentally unleashes a deadly enemy that threatens the entire arcade

She and her back-up dancers limp off, rubbing their

shoulders, limping, stretching after a long day of dancing.

INSET STREET FIGHTER GAME CONSOLE: Two fighters, RYU and KEN

stop beating each other.

RYU:

What a day. Want to head to

Tappers, Ken?

WRECK-IT RALPH

KEN:

If you’re buying, buddy.

They put their arms around each other and walk off screen.

BACK ON THE FIX-IT FELIX CONSOLE: Felix and the Nicelanders

are on the roof.

FELIX:

Quittin’ time!

We push through the game screen...

EXT. NICELAND - DAY

The game is now in hyper-realistic 3-D.

FELIX:

Good job, everyone!

Felix and the Nicelanders exit the roof as we pan down the

building and get a sense of the world.

RALPH (V.O.)

I dunno, maybe I wouldn’t be

feeling this way if things were

different after work. But as it is,

Felix and the Nicelanders go hang

out in their homes-- which he’s

just fixed.

Ralph picks himself up from the mud. He watches sadly as the

Nicelanders ignore him and carry Felix to the penthouse.

RALPH (V.O.)

And I head off to the pile of

garbage in the dump... where I

live. You might call it a lonely

cesspit of despair on the outskirts

of humanity...which would be

accurate. But I call it home.

Ralph climbs up the brick pile he calls home.

RALPH (V.O.)

I guess I can’t bellyache too much;

I got my bricks. I got my stump.

He pummels the bricks into dust and pulls a pile of bricks

over him like a blanket. He stares longingly at the building.

WRECK-IT RALPH

RALPH (V.O.)

It looks uncomfortable, but it’s

actually fine. I’m good.

CLOSE ON:
Ralph, who sighs a very long sigh.

RALPH (V.O.)

But... if I’m really honest with

myself, I see Felix up there,

getting pies all the time, acting

like Captain Fancy. And sometimes I

think...

RALPH’S POV:
Through the penthouse windows, he can see Felix

being ushered over by the Nicelanders to a dinner table full

of delicious, warm entr.es.

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Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Michelle Lee (born 1971 as Jennifer Michelle Rebecchi) is an American film writer and director. Her credits include co-writing the screenplay for Disney's Wreck-It Ralph (2012), and writing and co-directing (with Chris Buck) the 2013 Disney animated feature Frozen, which won the 2013 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. more…

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