Written November 12, 2012
While "Wreck-it Ralph" won't win any awards, nor will it probably be a classic for future generations, it achieves its purpose well: providing a non-stop adventure through the cords and bits of a video game universe filled with humor, emotion, and in-jokes for the moms and dads. If you know what the Konami code is, don't miss this film. And, if you know who Pac-man is, don't miss this film.
Kids: I took my four year-old to see it in non-3D, and that was a good choice. He was engaged through the whole film... but didn't leave excited. If you have a six to eleven year-old, it's probably right in the pocket for them, boy or girl.
Written November 14, 2012
When I first saw promotional posters for this movie, I was scratching my head wondering what in the world is Wreck-It Ralph. When the trailer was finally released, I went from what in the world is Wreck-It Ralph to I MUST SEE THIS MOVIE. I took my daughter on opening weekend and she loved it. I was in complete agreement, it has a lot of heart (it was hard not to cry at some parts). All in all, it was definitely worth the price of admission. You won't be disappointed. Oh, and just so I don't have to write another review. I took her to see it again the following weekend. It was even better the second time around.
Written November 03, 2012
It was a great movie. My five year old sin enjoyed it. My childhood playing video games was in the 80's. I was hoping to see more characters from video games that were part of the story thn just to be in the background. Otherwise, I did enjoy the storyline & would definitely recommend watching it.
Written September 16, 2014
Your kids will love it. For me, the idea of the characters being video game characters was different but at the same time a bit dull - I find video games boring, so I'm probably not the one to ask!
Written November 19, 2012
Saw Wreck-It Ralph yesterday with spouse and seven-year-old son. Really enjoyed it. Entertaining story for young and old alike, and great voice talent from John C. Reilly and Jane Lynch. Very nostalgic for those of us movie goers who enjoyed the first arcade games in the very early 1980s.