In the Aardman Animation/DreamWorks film Flushed Away, several slugs regularly appear in the movie to whistle and sing a song of some kind, usually pertaining to events that have just transpired. Originally they were to only appear in one scene, but DreamWorks execs insisted that they be slotted in at every opportunity simply to keep the laughs going if there hadn't been any big jokes in a while.
Kung Fu Panda: The ridiculously-long flight of steps leading up to the Jade Palace. Interestingly, it helps show how far Po's gone from "kung fu fan boy" to "kung fu master". The first time he goes up the stairs (to see the Furious Five compete to be chosen as the Dragon Warrior), he's on his back just halfway up the first flight of steps. The second time, when he goes to confront Tai Lung, Po makes it all the way to the top, only needing to catch his breath for a bit. The last time, when he returns to the Jade Palace to check on Shifu, he's barely winded at all.
Ruffnut and Tuffnut argue, and get in trouble with a dragon.
Tuffnut getting hurt and then screaming 'Oh I'm hurt! I am very much hurt!' as he runs away.
'Thank you for summing that up.'
'You just gestured to all of me!'
'Night fury! Get down!'
Hoodwinked: A certain blue sports car is crashed three times as a result of something a main character does. The first time, is when Red Puckett throws her magazine in exasperation while in the treehouse, which falls and hits the car's windshield, causing the driver to go right into a tree (fortunately, we cut back to Red and only hear the sound of the crash, a tree shaking in the distance, and Red shooting a tense look to the camera). The second time: during Kirk's tree cutting spree, the car's roof is crushed by a giant falling pine tree. The third time: after the villains are captured, Kirk runs his converted truck against a tree, which uproots and crushes the poor porcupine's ride again.
Tangled: Flynn's nose is never drawn right, much to his chagrin.
People constantly making fun of Emmet's one original idea, the double-decker couch.
Bad Cop tossing chairs around whenever he loses his temper.
It's actually the same chair every time, he carries it in his car so he can kick it again if the good guys escape again.
Every time someone says something like "meet me in ten seconds", the movie cuts to a title card reading "TEN SECONDS LATER".
Rise of the Guardians features a very amusing one. One of Nicholas St. North's (Santa Claus) Yeti simply can't get the paint job of whatever he tries right, and after he's corrected, he grumbles in exasperation, showing that he'd already painted most of whatever it was in the "wrong" color.
Tex Avery: Hold on to your hats, folks, here we go again!
The Disney Animated Canon had a running gag of casting Alan Tudyk as an unsavory character: the Duke of Weselton Frozen, Krei in Big Hero 6, and Duke Weasleton in Zootopia. The gag originated in Wreck-It Ralph, in which Tudyk's character turned out to secretly be the actual villain. The gag has matured in that Tudyk is now being considered the "good luck voice" of the current Disney revival much like John Ratzenberger is for Pixar so in order to include Tudyk in Moana, since all the speaking roles were done by actors of Polynesian descent, he was cast in the non-speaking role of a chicken.