Batman and Superman comforting Spider-Man, claiming that despite the flaws of The Amazing Spider-Man, it could've been a lot worse (especially compared to Spider-Man3).
After snipping at each other, Superman and Batman prove their friendship:
Superman: (mimicking poorly) Oh, I'm Bruce Wayne and I like you. Let me tell you my big secret. Batman: Oh, you're one to talk. Mr. Mind Eraser. Superman: Oh, don't even—I will freeze breath your face off! Batman: No, you won't. (Beat.) Superman: You're right, I won't. I love this guy. Up top! (They high five.)
In the the Bonus scene for The Amazing Spider-Man, Spidey is able to refute Lizard's heckling of "You're all alone," by stating that despite the loss of his parents and uncle, he still has Aunt May, Gwen, is on way to becoming friends with Flash, and even has a future in science. Nice to see Peter being positive and appreciating with what he has.
And then Captain Stacy shows up toting his shotgun, announces that Peter is not alone, and promptly shoots the Lizard in the face, just like in the movie!
In the HISHE's take on Toy Story 3, it starts in the dumpster scene, after Lotso has finished ranting that trash is all that toys are and ever will be. Like in the movie, Woody instantly rebuffs this claim by pointing out that Daisy never abandoned Lotso...but then his speech changes from the original midway. Instead of pointing out that Lotso simply doesn't want anyone else to be happy if he can't be, Woody then explains that it was Daisy's parents who abandoned and replaced Lotso, not Daisy...and they replaced Lotso precisely because Daisy loved Lotso that much! Lotso pauses to let this sink in...and then reforms right on the spot, realizing that this means he's been angry all this time for nothing! Of course, being HISHE, it then switches to comedy as the T-Rex chimes in that really it should be Lotso's subordinates who have a right to be angry, since they didn't get replaced at all! Cue the Big Baby screaming.
In their variant of Return of the Jedi, Vader discovers that Padme had twins, he is overjoyed and runs around in excitement, proclaiming how happy he is. Of course, it's Played for Laughs...but it's still sweet.
In How Frozen Should Have Ended, Grand Pabbie calls outElsa and Anna's parents for their plans to keep Elsa locked up for years until she learns to control her powers, and provides a different solution: Charles Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. The smile on young Elsa's face when Professor X greets her is uplifting. But it doesn't end there: after the credits, we see that many years later, Elsa is all grown up and happily singing "Let It Go" alongside Storm, Rogue, and Nightcrawler; then, when Wolverine enters the room to an awkward silence, he finishes the song with a (reluctant) Iceman, and everyone cheers. Even Anna and Olaf are there!
Elsa doesn't wear gloves when singing with the X-Men, suggesting that she doesn't feel the need to conceal her true self after staying with them.