Wreck It Ralph
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Prepare for adventure when "the most original animated film in years" (Bryan Erdy, CBS-TV) that thrilled audiences of all ages drops on DVD and Blu-ray! From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes a hilarious, arcade game-hopping journey in Disney's WRECK-IT RALPH. For decades, Ralph has played the bad guy in his popular video game. In a bold move, he embarks on an action-packed adventure and sets out to prove to everyone that he is a true hero with a big heart. As he explores exciting new worlds, he teams up with some unlikely new friends including feisty misfit Vanellope von Schweetz. Then, when an evil army threatens their world, Ralph realizes he holds the fate of the entire arcade in his massive hands. Featuring an all-star voice cast and a groundbreaking animated short film, Disney's WRECK-IT RALPH has something for every player. Bring home the ultimate reward on Disney DVD and Blu-ray!
Wreck-It Ralph is a very funny film about an arcade game "bad guy" (John C. Reilly) who's tired of being overshadowed by "good guy" Fix-It Felix Jr. (Jack McBrayer) and goes game jumping while the arcade is closed in an attempt to reinvent himself. Felix heads out to drag the oversize Ralph back to their own game, and the pair travels through a time warp of arcade games from the past 30 years that's absolutely hilarious and will cause you to never look at an electrical outlet or surge protector in the same way again. Ralph first lands in the action game "Hero's Duty," where he gets to live his dream and fight the bad guys--he even gets his hands on a hero's medal. Ralph's next stop in "Sugar Rush" yields some unexpected pitfalls that include quicksand that consists of a familiar chocolaty drink mix and a glitch called Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) who has the potential to change everything--both in her game and in Ralph's future. Little does Ralph know that he's unwittingly carried and released a cybug from the world of Hero's Duty into the Sugar Rush landscape, where it will soon multiply and threaten to take down every game in the arcade. Luckily Sergeant Calhoun (Jane Lynch), with the newly besotted Felix close at hand, is in pursuit with a plan to eradicate the pesky bugs. What makes this film so hilarious is the avalanche of subtle, and not-so-subtle references to past arcade games (think Pac-Man and Q*bert) and the clever comic exaggeration of everything from teaching someone to drive a stick shift to creating a volcanic eruption with Mentos and diet cola. The animation is great, the humor abundant, and the lessons that everybody's got a job to do and it's important to love yourself aren't bad either. (Ages 5 and older) --Tami Horiuchi
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This has something for everybody. It has a great story, wonderful acting and BRILLIANT music by Henry Jackman. There's also lots and lots of wonderful details throughout this amazing videogame world they created, including tons of videogame character cameos and references all throughout the movie. It has action, adventure, surprising plot twists, a wonderfully believeable world, great characters, comedy, a nicely woven romantic subplot, and a wonderful friendship at the heart of the film. If you're a Disnerd, a videogame nut, animation nut, an adult or a child, You will love this.
Fair warning, though: The Cybugs in Hero's Duty may be a bit scary for very young children, and there is some rude humor and cartoony/videogame style violence and perilous scenes you'd expect from a world of videogames. But nothing too bad, though. There is definately alot for all audiences: kids, teenagers, and adults alike.
I'm in my 30s now. I have a kid and I grew up gaming in the NES, Genesis, and arcade machines. This film has a lot of novelty to it and a lot of allusions to things I grew up with which makes it both fun and familiar. I took my daughter to see it in theaters so when a digital copy came up I had to get it.
All in all its a film about being ok with being a bit different and that sometimes you gotta be the bad guy in a situation even though you're not a bad guy.
Well written, cute, and all in all a lot of fun if you're like me and can relate to the games and help bridge a bit of old with new.
We love the story about Wreck-It Ralph. All he wants is not to be treated badly. He goes on a journey to be accepted by the people of his game and he makes some new friends along the way. He eventually finds a way to enjoy his job and is finally accepted! It was fun to see the games I loved come to life.
I've been a long time gamer, all the way back when the Atari 2600 was new, regularly frequented arcades when they were everywhere and have owned just about every major console so all the characters, game genres, character types and inside jokes hit me in my nostalgic memories and funny bones. I laughed so much, got every wink, nod and inside joke, and enjoyed every minute of it. I haven't laughed this much at anything in years, and that was worth the price alone. The characters are incredibly likable and the story is wonderfully witty. There's also plenty of tender moments to balance things out. No, not everything here is completely original but the execution is flawless. It's not too childish and not too adult. Just right for anyone. Can't wait to see it again.
The graphics and animation are gorgeous. It's one of the best looking animated films I've ever seen. The subject matter lends to wonderfully colorful environments that really pop off the screen. Like the Sugar Rush game in the movie, everything here is pure candy to look at. This would be a great movie to show off your new TV with.
The sound is spot on perfect as well. Music comes alive and sound effects explode, zoom and boom everywhere. The dialogue is always clearly intelligible as well. It sounds as fun to listen to as it is to watch on your surround sound.
My only regret was that I waited so long to see this. I just didn't know what I was missing. There's so many animated films these days that it's hard to know what's good and what's great. Wreck It Ralph is great and I highly recommend it to anyone who's familiar with games and/or likes animated movies.