Earlier on: "I don't want to survive, I wanna live!"
"I am the captain of of the Axiom. We are going home today.
And the guy gets yet another one in the end, when he steers the Axiom back to Earth at hyperspeed with a look of pure joy on his face. Actually, this one may be a cross between CMOA and Crowning Moment of Heartwarming.
Everything the captain does following his realization that EVE and WALL•E are roaming free about the ship with the plant adds up to one long string of Crowning Moments of Awesome.
WALL•E gets another one for keeping the holo detector from going back down... with his body.
Three words: Defective Massage Robot.
And this counts as still another moment for WALL•E, since WALL•E is the one who cuts the binding that the repair bots placed on said defective massage robot. That makes three CMoAs for WALL•E, and he didn't even need ONE.
EVE desperately trying to fix WALL•E at the end of the movie, which consists of her flying him back to his home, frantically scavenging through his collection for the parts necessary, eventually starting to move at supersonic speed to install his new parts, and then tops things off by opening up his solar panels and blasting a hole in his roof so the sun could get in. Because moving him outside just would've been too slow.
All the defective robots that WALL•E inadvertently "recruits" from the repair ward start using "Put On Your Sunday Clothes" from Hello, Dolly! as a rallying cry.
When EVE is protecting WALL•E near the end of the movie after he's injured, and she threatens the steward bot with her ion cannon? She's just like... the ultimate heroine who protects her man! Woo!
Hell, the entire movie is easily a CMOA for Pixar.
Mary gets a small one when she flings John across the aisle to save the falling babies. Let us say this again: A woman who has lived her life with little need to make use of any musculature she might have flings a man of roughly equivalent weight across an aisle against gravity to save a group of babies.
"Put On Your Sunday Clothes" and "It Only Takes A Moment" may have been borrowed from Hello, Dolly!, but this film uses both to establish both WALL•E's situation and motivation. It helps that both songs are Ear Worm fantastic.
The opening lines from "Put On Your Sunday Clothes":
Out there, there's a world outside of Yonkers Way out there beyond this hick town, Barnaby There's a slick town, Barnaby Out there, full of shine and full of sparkle Close your eyes and see it glisten, Barnaby Listen, Barnaby... (...) We'll see the shows at Delmonico's And we'll close the town in a whirl And we won't come home until we've kissed a girl!
Near the end of the movie, EVE is holding the broken WALL•E and desperately scanning the crowd for the plant to put in the holo-detector. M-O finds it ("[FOREIGN CONTAMINANT]"), and then we get treated to this awesome shot of everyone in the crowd helping to pass it along, from the defective robots to the humans to the umbrella robot tossing it to EVE. There are no words.