Wreck It Ralph is a fun and very entertaining movie that the whole family can enjoy!
Computer animation has come a long way and Disney definitely has their shiet together! This cute film hosts several celebrity voices such as John C.Reilly(Ralph) and Sarah Silverman(Vanellope), which both did an excellent job of breathing life into their characters.
If you have children, they will definitely love this movie because as an adult I can say that this movie was Incredible! Disney has definitely been pushing the bar higher and higher with each film.
"Wreck-It" surrounds the story of Ralph, a villain in the arcade game Fix-it Felix Jr that is tired of playing the bad guy all the time. What really tinkers his bell is the fact that after 30yrs of being a major part of the game, he is not respected by his brethren. The characters within the game all throw a 30yr anniversary party and he isn't even invited to the jamboree. This upsets him and he decides to leave his own video game to gain merits of his own, hoping to return to his video game a true hero. This all seems fine and dandy, but there is a price to pay when you leave your game and enter the world of others. If you die in their game, there is no extra life, no continue, what will Ralph do?
Along his journey, he meets this adorable glitch named Vanellope, she's a sweet little angel that adds a lot of sparkle and comedy to this fun family film. Together they set off to find their destiny without being destroyed by the sinister King Candy(Alan Tudyk). This movie is generous with the eye-candy, as there are plenty of spectacular visuals that appeal to adults and children alike. The themes of the film have some adult tendencies, but the average kid will be oblivious to the subtle undertones shown during the characters interactions.
I felt that the overall film had enough meat to satisfy audiences of all genres, everything from drama to action was shown at one point or another. If an animated movie can keep a roomful of adults laughing and smiling, your little one will be tickled pink. This is movie also did a wonderful job of breathing life back into the world of arcade that some of us used to enjoy when we were little. It seems little pleasures like that are fading away, due to the high-powered home electronics such as Xbox 360 and the up and coming PS4. Disney is aware of this fact and actually produced a Wreck-It-Ralph video game for the Wii.
So if you haven't seen "Wreck-It Ralph" or want to watch it again, rent it today at closest Redbox or rental store of choice.
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