Wreck-It Ralph Movie Reviews

Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph

Release Date: Nov 02, 2012

Genre: AnimationComedy

Rating: (PG)

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  • 5
    Okay I don't get this how do we watch the movie. ?? do we have to downloaded or something ?? cuzz I really want to see it but I don't know how to cuzz im new. so can someone help me how to do this please thanks
  • 2
    Question to the website: Is there a reason why I can never get any of my movie reviews posted?
  • 4
    This is an animated film about Ralph (John C. Reilly) who is tired of being overshadowed by Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer), the "good guy" star of their game who always gets to save the day. Ralph sets out on a game-hopping journey across the arcade through every generation of video games to prove that he can be a hero and a good guy. On this journey Ralph meets a lot of interesting arcade game characters and unleashes an ultimate evil that threatens the entire arcade. I absolutely loved this film and highly recommend seeing it in the theaters. The plot is very interesting and original and the film looks great visually. The film has many stories but in the end everything comes together nicely and I had a great time watching this film. In my opinion, this film is the most entertaining family film I have seen this year and I was impressed with smart humor and great animation.
  • 4
    I really liked this animated family film and I think it is worth seeing in the theaters. The film is about Ralph (John C. Reilly) who is a bad character of an arcade game. Ralph is tired of Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer) who is the “good guy” of their game, Ralph sets out on a journey through arcade games to prove that he can be a hero. I thought his film was original, interesting and very entertaining and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters. I saw the film with my nephew and we both enjoyed it although for different reasons. The animation looks amazing and I really liked all of the characters and the story line. Overall, this is a great family film that has a good message and a very original story.
  • 5
    Loved this movie more than I can say! As someone who grew up playing retro video games in the late 70s and early 80s, this definitely brought back the memories for me. I used to love playing Duck Hunt and Donkey Kong, both of which are amply parodied in this movie. I saw it with my kids who loved the movie as well, though for very different reasons than I did. I liked the whole central message of people deciding for themselves who and what they really are and not resigning themselves to the roles they've been assigned. It's a good and empowering message for kids to realize that they are in charge of their destinies and no one can tell them who or what they are meant to be, even if it's something they've been told is immutable. The jokes are pretty smart and the animation is stunning, and the music is lively and upbeat. I think this is going to be a huge and massive hit, which means a sequel! For once, I will gladly take my kids to the repeat.
  • 5
    I've seen a lot of movies lately based on video games. I can understand movies based on books or comic strips, but video games? Time was, video games used to be inspired by movies. Not anymore, and you can thank a whole host of terrible movies like 300 for the craze. Seriously, does anyone want to sit through another Mario Bros. movie? Luckily, this movie really tries to do something different by going into the world of retro video games that will mostly appeal to anyone who ever played with an ATARI or NINTENDO. The good-hearted bad guy in a retro video game decides that he has had enough of being the guy that everyone loves to hate so he goes on a quest to prove he's really the hero and not the villain. The animation is sparkling, the voice performances perfect, and the story is genuinely something you will find engaging. Mostly, it's much more than just a cheap ploy by the producing team to have adult jokes in a kid's movie. This is one everyone in the family should thoroughly enjoy.
  • 4
    When was the last time you saw a Disney movie that didn't have a GREAT villain (ok, Princess and the Frog's villain was kinda weak, but that was more of a triumph for other reasons). This movie takes the classic bad guy and gives it a fun new twist: Wreck It Ralph is tired of being the bad guy in a Donkey Kong-esque video game so he decides to take it upon himself to break from convention and go all out to become the hero he has always longed to be and knew he was on the inside. He starts by getting challenged from a wee pipsqueak Vanellope (the always hilarious Sarah Silverman) who he teams up with to get what he wants by understanding the real meaning of friendship and heroism. The movie works well because John Lasseter is executive producing and The Simpsons veteran director is directing. It's a fun and different spin on a cherished theme in animation. I wouldn't miss it!
  • 5
    Trepidation was the first thing I felt when the opening credits began. But as soon as I saw that John Lasseter had been executive producing this movie I fears were assuaged. There is not much in this movie that is particularly surprising, but there is a lot that's fun and that makes you feel like you are living on the inside of a video game (or at least a video game console). This isn't going to be a classic like the many Pixar masterpieces that win Oscars every year, but it is a heckuva lot better than the so-called super hit "Hotel Trannsylvania" which is just a souped up Saturday Morning Cartoon. The movie is basically about a "bad guy" who decides that he is really much more suited to being a "good guy" and the only way he can ever get to that goal is by showing everyone how limited are their views of his life and purpose. It's a great message for kids: live by your own expectations, not by anyone else's.
  • 3
    This movie works...and then it takes a break...and then it kind of works again...before it gives up again toward the end. It starts off pretty promising, bringing the audience into a world of video games that only fanboys and girls would probably understand. The problems start when the story starts to kind of drift into generia of animated toons that you've seen before. The hero makes mistakes after trying to get to their ultimate goal, realizing that there's only one way to make amends, and then does whatever they can to fix their mess. It's fun and familiar precisely because it's so familiar, but in the end you kind of wish that movie had been so much more. It probably doesn't help that the movie will inevitably be compared to Pixar's maical movies because this one come straight from the Mouse House, but it tries, and is worth checking out for fans of animation and fun movies that are indeed formulaic.
  • 5
    After a long time at the movies this fall, we finally get a movie that is meant for the whole family. This is fun and family Disney greatness at its best, though I think the boys will probably like this one better than the girls. Except for the girls that like to play video games, that is, and my boys definitely get a run for their money from their sisters, lol. This isn't as good as the average Pixar movie and it definitely isn't anywhere near as great as Brave was just a few months ago, but that doesn't mean that you can't enjoy this movie on its own merits. I think the best thing about this movie were the voice performances. The animation is good and occasionally great, but the voice acting from actors like Sarah Silverman, John C reilly, and Jane Lynch is what makes the movie a truly exceptional flick. You'll be laughing out loud at some of the jokes, which is perfect for families and kids of all ages.

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