Written November 03, 2012
Great story and animation. sort of the velveteen rabbit, toy story theme with old school arcade and console game characters. If you ever played video games as a kid you'll enjoy this one as mush as the kids.
Written November 05, 2012
All the previews I saw on tv did not show any degree of "video game violence" in this movie! I was shocked and a bit disappointed. If my child were 8 or younger, I would be very upset if I had taken them to see this movie and I probably would have left the theater. Leave this one for the 10 years and up children.
Written August 23, 2014
Wreck-It-Ralph was fun and exciting. There is tons of nostalgia for those of us who grew up with the classic arcade video games. The story is good - and the music keeps the pace of the movie fast (I particularly liked "Shut Up and Drive" as Vanelope learned to dive her race car.) There is a bit too much of the "Sugar Rush" game - which makes the experience a bit like entering a 3D game of Candyland ... but this is fun and worth seeing in the theater in 3 D. Best credits ever - so be sure to stay until the credits are done - there's a surprise at the end.
Written October 31, 2014
This was an adorable and fun movie. The story was clever and had a few twists that were brilliant and unexpected. Anyone who played video games as a kid will appreciate the references to certain older games, but I am not a gamer myself and still thoroughly enjoyed the film. I would recommend this movie for kids and adults alike. It's definitely worth a trip to the theater.
Written July 31, 2014
This was a fun movie enjoyed by my 6 & 12yr old sons as well as my wife and me. We saw the 3D version which probably added to the special effects but I have to say that the 3D was not as great of an addition as I thought it would be. It was definitely not worth the additional cost. I think the movie would have been just as much enjoyed if we had seen the standard version. Overall there was a moral and clean fun making it a family friendly movie that we will no doubt buy the DVD version when it comes out so the kids can enjoy again. Fortunately our 14yr old was not able to make it because I think he would have gotten board, or at least had said he was. I think the max children's age that could appreciate it was around the 12yr olds level and then it was pushing it. The 3D commercials, trailers and short mini movie "Paperman" had much better 3D effects than Wreck it Ralph.