Some random thoughts on Wreck-It Ralph -
The thing I liked the most about it was how it had the distinctive Disney look, and yet was visually unique unto itself, with all those different video game styles colliding with each other.
There's a scene between Ralph and King Candy that reminds me of the "Mowgli has to go back to the man village" scene with Baloo and Bagheera, which sells the dramatic side of the plot.
When he's telling Ralph why Vanellope can't race. I like how that part was played totally straight, so you didn't know if he was lying or not until later. The plot twists were well foreshadowed, but actually surprised me, which is pretty rare for an animated Disney movie. I totally didn't see the Turbo thing coming. Interesting that the hero of the movie was a rogue game villain and the villain was a rogue game hero.
The one thing I wondered was - what happens when the player loses at the game of Fix-It Felix, Jr.? If you've ever played those old arcade games, after you pass each screen, there comes another, more difficult screen - most likely you're eventually going to die. So what happens when Ralph "wins?" I can picture a scene where Ralph gloats (as he's programmed to do), the player points at him and says, "I hate you!" (like we all wanted to do to that laughing dog from Duck Hunt), and then Ralph feels bad. (This would be towards the beginning, establishing why Ralph feels dissatisfied with his life.)