Written December 07, 2016
Enjoyed this movie a lot with my 8 year old and 10 year old. Good storyline, great animation and lots of laughs (even a tear or two!).
Written March 24, 2017
This movie was awesome! It's what you would get if you took Pixar's Toy Story concept and applied it to video games instead of toys. It's a glimpse of what video game characters do when we're not playing them, along with several other themes that make for a great story and lovable characters.
Any gamer who grew up in the Nintendo era is probably going to love this movie. There are lots of cameo appearances from other games, though that's just a part of what made this movie so great. Lots of laughs, action, and a bit of drama make this great for gamers of all ages!
Written November 05, 2012
My wife, five year old daughter and I went to this movie and loved it. For my wife and I, it was a clever movie that integrated many of our favorite games and snacks from the 80s. For my daughter, it was simply a fun movie with great visuals. Normally, she gets a little sleepy during movies, but she was excited and having fun throughout the movie. We all left feeling good. It is a must see family movie.
Written January 16, 2017
My whole family really enjoyed Wreck-It Ralph. This movie isn't much like the way it is being advertised. It is funny in parts, but it is mostly a heartwarming tale about outcasts, being true to who you are, and the potential that lies in all of us.
Some of the themes and messages younger kids may not understand, but although she sat intently watching, my tween (11) loved it and caught all they were trying to portray. This movie should definitely be on your go see list. Enjoy!!
Written March 25, 2017
9 year old daughter wanted to go see this with her friend - caught me off guard it was about the world inside of arcade video games.
Quite the reminiscent blast from the past game references that the kids don't catch - but they had a great time and I did too.
I don't like 3D movies, but this one was very enjoyable.
Very creative, unique spin on words and references....John Lasseter had a part in production, who was a founder of Pixar....so you know it's a great movie!