Tear Jerker: The end of Where the Wild Things Are:
So, you might be wondering what's the moral of the story, kids? The moral of the story is... deal with it! Just... deal with it! Your family's not perfect? Deal with it! You're trapped on an island with monsters? Deal with it! You live in a pine cone where people occasionally urinate on you and throw feces at you always saying that they left their change at home even though I see them pay for a hooker just on the side of the street?! A hooker that could pleasure them probably not nearly as well as I could?! Deal with it! *starts crying* Have a good cry and then deal with it! Bite your finger until it starts to bleed, cry, and deal with it! Forget this cruel, horrible world, die alone in the dark, then bite your finger until it starts to bleed, cry, and deal with it!
- Wreck-It Ralph is a bit like if you smooshed the Critic's reviews of Baby Geniuses and Scooby-Doo together for the maximum amount of pain you can inflict.
- You knew it was coming, but seeing him lose his cozy Christmas room a week before Christmas is really cruel.