Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
(screenshots from JoBlo.com)
Disney’s 52nd animated feature is essentially a Toy Story for the digital generation, Wreck-It Ralph. In it, characters from video games in an arcade inhabit a connected electronic world and live their lives after all the humans have left. They are able to visit the individual games by passing through the arcade’s surge protector, which acts as their central station. Their respective games function as both a career and a home world for them to live in. Their actions during gameplay are like theatrical performances, their lives essentially a reality show with some human interference. It’s a brilliant concept and full of references to classic games. More than that, Wreck-It Ralph features a very funny (if by-the-numbers) script and a wide appeal that should leave everyone satisfied.
November 25, 2012 | Categories: 8 - 8.5, Animation, Comedy, Family, Genre, Ratings | Tags: adam carolla, clark spencer, dennis haysbert, ed o'neill, edie mcclurg, henry jackman, horatio sanz, jack mcbrayer, jamie elman, jane lynch, jennifer lee, jess harnell, jim reardon, joe lo truglio, john c. reilly, john dimaggio, katie lowers, maurice lamarche, mindy kaling, phil johnston, rachael harris, raymond persi, rich moore, roger craig smith, sarah silverman, skylar astin, stefanie scott, tim mertins | 2 Comments