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  • Chicken Run:
    Rocky: You see, flying takes three things: hard work, perseverance and... hard work.
    Fowler: You said "hard work" twice!
    Rocky: That's because it takes twice as much work as perseverance.
  • The Brave Little Toaster: It seems Lampy likes to do this sometimes:
    Lampy: And exactly how do you propose we do that, uh, exactly?
  • Finding Nemo:
    Dory: I shall call him Squishy, and he shall be mine. And he shall be my Squishy.
  • Dug from Up does this a lot:
    Dug: My master made me this collar. He is a good and smart master and he made me this collar so that I may speak—SQUIRREL!
    [looks to distance for a few seconds]
    Dug: My master is good and smart.
    Carl Fredricksen: It's not possible!
    Dug: Oh it is because my master is smart!
  • The Emperor's New Groove:
    Kronk: Riiiight, the poison, the poison for Kuzco, the poison specially chosen to kill Kuzco, Kuzco's poison.
  • In The Spongebob Movie Sponge Out Of Water, when Plankton is trying to tell Mr. Krabs that the formula literally disappeared, Mr. Krabs answers with: "Why should I believe YOU, you lying liar?!"
  • Inside Out uses this cleverly when looking at Deja Vu (and this, and Deja Vu, and that, oh, and Deja Vu!) from the Train of Thought.
  • In Disney's animated version of The Sword in the Stone, during the Wizards' Duel, one of the rules is that there's no cheating (ie it's against the rules to break the rules).
  • Disney's animated Robin Hood:
    Prince John: I sentence you to sudden, instant, and even immediate death!
    • And then again not a minute later when he stops the execution (because Little John has a knife at his back)
    Prince John: Stop! Executioner stop! Hold your axe!
    • "If I tattletale, I'll die till I'm dead."
  • Zootopia:
    • Judy calling Nick out for playing his confidence scam on her.
      Judy: I stood up for you, and you lied to me, you liar!
    • Duke Weaselton's description of Doug the ram:
      Weaselton: Doug is the opposite of friendly; he's unfriendly.
  • Kung Fu Panda:
    • The name Chorh-Gom translates to "sitting in prison". So Tai Lung was imprisoned in the Sitting in Prison Prison.
    • Also, Shifu's name translates as either teacher or master... so he's "Master Master".
    • And, Tai Lung's name translates as "Ultimate/Great/Awesome (no not really) Dragon". So if he'd been given the scroll, he would have been "Ultimate Dragon, the Dragon Warrior, bearer of the Dragon Scroll".
    • The opening dream sequence: "Legends tells of a legendary warrior, whose Kung Fu skills were the stuff of legends!"
  • The central setting of the animated film Foodfight! is a supermarket called "Marketropolis Market".