Pop a Quarter in for Live-Action 'Wreck-It Ralph in 60 Seconds'

Years from now Disney is going to be so desperate to exploit what's left of the popular titles in their back catalogue (after the debacles of "Rocketeer Reborn" and "The Mighty Ducks Rises"), that they will simply start remaking some of their past animated hits in live-action.

Following in the footsteps of "Alice in Wonderland" and the upcoming "Maleficent," someone has beaten Disney to the punch by concocting a live-human-being version of "Wreck-It-Ralph," which explains the film's plot in a succinct 60 seconds.

The geniuses behind this YouTube clip are the sketch group MegaSteakMan, who specialize in using their effects whiz-i-ness for satiric triumphs, and this take on Ralph and his adventures game-hopping through '80s nostalgia is so dead-on that you'll want to PayPal them $50 million so they can make the remaining 89 minutes.

Oh, and those are all the actors' voices, all pitch-perfect impersonations of John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, et al.