Written August 24, 2016
This movie has a punch line for a nice father daughter ,movie night. u know one of those 3D movies where u go to a regal, and take up 2 seats apiece, a small popcorn to run thru, 2 mixed ICEE's, some sour patch kids, and get a good laugh with the little lady u love o so truely. I recommend this movie for everyone to see 5 stars from us here in west las vegas redrock area
Written October 08, 2015
This movie has the exact lovely aroma of pay off... this is presented as a big THANK YOU gift to the 20 and 30 somethings that are regular fans and movie goers of disneys franchise. If disney simply wanted to make a movie about video games they could have. Wreck-It-Ralph is packed to the brim with geek and gamer payoffs that make you feel this was targeted directly to YOU. While anyone in the family can enjoy this movie those who grew up with video gaming will find this movie a very rewarding experience. Laughs are non stop and the more teenage/adult humor is well tongue in cheek and "hidden" from young ears. I have always loved disney movies but this one is something special see it and im sure you will agree. one of my biggest concerns about this movie was sarah silvermans involvement.. but i was relieved to find she is actually able to get through a movie without using the C word or making fun of her own Jewish roots...all in all great execution
Written July 30, 2016
this movie was amazingly funny. It had me laughing the whole time and remembering my childhood games. It is great fo all ages. I mean IT.
The voices went along perfectly with the characters. The jokes were all easy to get.
Makes me want to go to an arcade now!
Written July 30, 2015
I took four kids to this movie ages 8 to 14 and everyone including the adults loved the movie. There was nothing in the movie that I disliked and we all would go see it again. I just can't believe there were not more people in the theatre for opening weekend!!! A definate must for kids!
Written August 16, 2016
I am a gamer at heart, and Wreck-It Ralph was my cup of tea. It wasn't a movie based on a video game, but a movie based on video games. Wreck-It Ralph is the story of an arcade game character who has played the role of villain for 30 years and gets fed up with not being recognized for his efforts. So in order to prove that he can be a hero, he travels through electrical cords to other games.
The visuals is quite an odd mix, in a good way. Many characters can look like sprites (A collection of pixels) of their 3d selves in the view of kids, and some more modern characters are given more definition than others.
Many franchise characters are given cameos, but the biggest notable mention was Sonic's cameo, complete with Roger Craig Smith as the voice actor. Overall, it was a torrent of intellectual property that makes the gamer in me plum giddy.
The movie is good in terms of plot, music, and comedy for kids to adults. Just watch out for Kano's 'Fatality' early in the film.