Written November 08, 2012
Kids age 6,9, and 10 all gave it a big thumbs up. My 10 year old even saw it twice in one week. They talked about it the entire drive home. Entertaining for kids and adults with a really great message.
Written January 30, 2015
As an adult gamer, I appreciated the interplay between the retro characters and I especially loved the way they would travel between games to visit each other. Great little story for kids and grown-ups!
Written May 03, 2015
While the 3-D graphics were available, "Ralph" was a disappointment on several levels!
The story-line was exasperatingly boring and banal for at least half of the movie!
Although the premise of characters from video games seems to be reasonable the producers
of this picture grossly overuse it and eventually grinds it to a halt nearly two reels from the
Good vocal turns by John C Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch, and Jack McBrayer ease some of the tedium to be endured throughout the opus but are clearly not enough to overcome an overly-long trip to Sugar Rush Land!.
The 3-D version was not worth the extra $4 by a long shot -- not enough 3-D for the money!
This was one of Disney's worst animation features in a long time!!
Ninety minutes seemed like 120!!
Only suited for small children and accompanying adults with lots of patience!
Written December 25, 2014
Wreck-It Ralph is a wonderful movie for the entire family. It has a great story with a lot of heart. It has many nods to Retro games and characters. You must see it.
Written November 23, 2014
Went last night with my kids to see Wreck-IT Ralph 3D. My older son has autism, and usually perseverate during the movie and has a hard time focusing with out vocal stims. He was mesmerized and is still talking about it. Great story, and good lessons. My younger son loved the video games and was talking about the different characters he recognized from Game Central Station and which games the settings must have been inspired by.
Definitely a must see.