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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 enemy threatens their world, Ralph realizes he holds the fate of the entire arcade in his massive hands.
John Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Alan Tudyk, Mindy Kaling, Joe Lo Truglio, Ed O'Neill, Dennis Haysbert, Edie McClurg, Raymond Persi, Jess Harnell, Rachael Harris, Skylar Astin, Adam Carolla, Horatio Sanz, Maurice LaMarche, Stefanie Scott, John DiMaggio, Rich Moore, Katie Lowes, Jamie Elman, Josie Trinidad, Cymbre Walk, Tucker Gilmore, Brandon Scott, Tim Mertens, Kevin Deters, Gerald Rivers, Martin Jarvis, Brian Kesinger, Roger Smith, Phil Johnston, Reuben Langdon, Kyle Hebert, Jami Roberts
© 2012 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Equally entertaining for both kids and parents old enough to catch the references, Wreck-It Ralph is a clever, colorful adventure built on familiar themes and joyful nostalgia.
The Last Thing I See
In a vacuum this is a fun enough movie, and there are all the heartwarming moments you expect from a family cartoon. The chief problem is that, at every single juncture, it's also predictable and never shows anything beyond the most obvious levels.
July 11, 2020
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Common Sense Says
Game-themed movie mixes potty humor with strong messages.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Wreck-It Ralph brings video games to life in a way that will appeal to both kids and adults. The story is about a "bad guy" who deserts his classic arcade game to prove that he's not so bad after all, turning Disney's animated adventure into the tale of an underdog searching for a new identity. The movie is accurate in the way it presents popular games/game genres, so you can expect some action-packed scenes, especially in the parts of the movie that take place in a first-person shooter game (guns, aliens, etc.). Game characters can die, but it's only permanent if it happens outside their home game. In one scene presented comically, someone grabs a zombie's heart out of its chest. There's also a little bit of drinking and kissing -- and a fair amount of potty humor/language ("butt," "doody," etc.) -- amid the movie's deeper messages about identity, compassion, loyalty, and challenging the status quo.
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- Genre:Family, Comedy
- Release Date:November 2, 2012
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
If purchased in:4K
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