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Wreck-it Ralph Movie Quotes

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"Wreck-It Ralph" movie quotes take viewers behind the scenes of video games to see how the video game characters actually live. This 3D animated comedy produced by Walk Disney Animation Studios was given a release date of November 2, 2012, and will be accompanied by a video game which will serve as an extension to the film.

In "Wreck-It Ralph," Wreck-It Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly) is a main character in both the animated comedy and the video game Fix-It Felix Jr. (title character voiced by Jack McBrayer). Ralph serves as the bad guy in the game but grows tired of being the villain all the time. Despite receiving solace from his bad guys in video games support group, Ralph decides enough is enough and abandons his video game.

So what are the best Wreck-it Ralph quotes? This list will answer that question.

On his journey to becoming a hero, Ralph visits many other video games and meets many other interesting characters. In Hero's Duty, Ralph goes from being the villain to just another fighter when he comes in contact with the fierce Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun (voiced by Jane Lynch). In Sugar Rush, Ralph meets and befriends a lively young girl Vanellope von Schweetz (voiced by Sarah Silverman) who like Ralph does not feel welcome in her game. Together, they try to find their niche in the wide world of video games.

Additional voice talent for "Wreck-It Ralph" is provided by Alan Tudyk, Dennis Haysbert, Mindy Kaling, Adam Carolla, Horatio Sanz, Ed O'Neill and Skrillex. For even more movie greatness, check out "Here Comes the Boom," "Frankenweenie," "Butter," and "Looper."
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    Going Turbo

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    Wreck-It Ralph: "I don't want to be the bad guy anymore."

    Kano: "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."

    M. Bison: "You're not going turbo are you?"

    Wreck-It Ralph: "Turbo? No, I'm not going turbo! Come on guys! Is it turbo to want a friend or a medal or a piece of pie every once in a while? Is it turbo to want more out of life?"

    Zombie: "Yesssss"

    Clyde: "Ralph, Ralph, we get it but we can't change who we are and the sooner you accept that the better off your game and your life will be."

    Zangief: "Hey, one game at a time, Ralph."

    Clyde: "Now, let's close out with the bad guy affirmation."

    Bad Guys: [in unison] "I am bad and that's good. I will never be good and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be than me."

    When Ralph reveals to his support group full of fellow bad guys that he wants to be a good guy for once, they kind of flip out and accuse him of going turbo, which we can only conclude is really bad in bad guy video game talk.
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    Not That Kind of Duty

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    Vanellope von Schweetz: "What's that?"

    Wreck-It Ralph: "A medal. I earned it in Hero's Duty."

    [Vanellope von Schweetz laughs]

    Wreck-It Ralph: "Not that kind of duty!"

    Vanellope von Schweetz: "I bet you really gotta watch where you step in a game called Hero's Duty!"

    Poor Ralph. He's so proud to finally be doing something positive, earning a medal in Hero's Duty and he gets nothing but flack from little Vanellope von Schweetz.
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    You're Mimicking Me

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    Vanellope von Schweetz: "What's your name?"

    Wreck-It Ralph: "Wreck-It- Ralph"

    Vanellope von Schweetz: "Are you a hobo?"

    Wreck-It Ralph: "Listen, I try to be nice."

    Vanellope von Schweetz: "I try to be nice."

    Wreck-It Ralph: "You're mimicking me."

    Vanellope von Schweetz: "You're mimicking me."

    Wreck-It Ralph: "That is rude and this conversation is over."

    Vanellope von Schweetz: "This conversation is over."

    Wreck-It Ralph soon learns that despite being in the seemingly sweet game Sugar Rush, not everyone there is as nice as he'd expect. Vanellope von Schweetz shows him this the hard way when the two meet.
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    Hit a Guy with Glasses

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    King Candy: "You're game jumping?"

    Wreck-It Ralph: "Hey!"

    King Candy: "Ah hah! You wouldn't hit a guy with glasses, would you? You hit a guy with glasses! Thats... well played."

    Jumping from video game to video game is difficult for Ralph, especially after living for 30 years as that tough, strong, bad guy. That's why when he runs into the innocent little King Candy, things get a little sticky.
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