Wreck-It Ralph

Directed by Rich Moore
Voices of Adam Carolla, Alan Tudyk, Dennis Haysbert…

Walt Disney Home Video | March 5, 2013 | DVD

Wreck-It Ralph is rated 5 out of 5 by 2.

Video Release: March 5, 2013

Runtime: 101

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: Walt Disney Home Video

UPC: 786936823004

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wreck-It-Ralph Disney once again creates another fantastic movie. We all know how all Disney movies are always one type of genre. But this time, Wreck-It-Ralph has set the record for being action,comedy,sad, and of course also a love movie in a way. The moral in this movie is to be yourself and to appreciate your life because really you have a great life. One famous quote from this movie is “I am bad, and that’s good, I will never be good, but that’s not bad, there is no one i’d rather be than me”. That was an oath that all the villains take to finish of their meeting at the “Bad-Onon”. The Bad-Onon is a meeting that all the villains have once the arcade is closed. The main characters in this movie are Wreck-It-Ralph or Ralph (John .C. Reilly), Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman), King Candy (Alan Tudyk), Fix- It-Felix or Felix (Jack McBrayer), and Sergeant Calhoun (Jane Lynch). This movie starts of as an introduction to the main character, Ralph also known as Wreck-It-Ralph, the “bad guy” basically, he explains his daily life and introduces the main concept of this movie. Why would he not like the job that he has you ask? Well you see, the problem with being the “bad guy”is that nobody loves him.On the other hand, everybody loves the hero which would be Felix or Fix-it-Felix. The main concept of this movie was that Ralph didn’t like his job and wanted to see what it would be like to be a hero for once. Ralph then discovers a new game called “Hero’s Duty” featuring the tough Sergeant Calhoun and thinks of it as the way he can prove to the Nicelanders (people who live in the Fix-it-Felix- Jr) that he can win a medal even if he’s a bad guy. Ralph gets a medal but unfortunately gets into another game called “Sugar Rush” which is where he meets Vanellope Von Schweetz or what everyone else in the game calls her, the Glitch. After that Ralph and Vanellope become good friends and the movie shows the importance of friendship. There is a lot more to this movie but instead of me telling you everything, just watch the movie! I think this movie is appropriate for all ages all though they are some scenes that depending on what the viewers think would not be okay for people to see. Overall I think this movie had great colours, a great story, a wonderful moral, and definitely spectacular animations. I certainly recommend for all of you who have not watched this amazing movie to watch it.
Date published: 2013-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT kids movie A great movie that helps to teach kids to accept themselves and others for who they are. Very enjoyable.
Date published: 2013-04-22

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Wreck-It Ralph

Directed by Rich Moore
Voices of Adam Carolla, Alan Tudyk, Dennis Haysbert, Ed O'Neill, Edie McClurg, Gerald C. Rivers, Horatio Sanz, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Joe Lo Truglio, John C. Reilly, Kyle Hebert, Mindy Kaling, Rachael Harris, Raymond S. Persi, Reuben Langdon, Rich Moore, Roger Craig Smith, Sarah Silverman, Stefanie Scott

Video Release: March 5, 2013

Runtime: 101

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: Walt Disney Home Video

UPC: 786936823004


Edition Description
  • Runtime: 101 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
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