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Plot: Taking place six years after saving the arcade from Turbo's vengeance, the Sugar Rush arcade cabinet has broken, forcing Ralph and Vanellope to travel to the Internet via the newly-installed Wi-Fi router in Litwak's Arcade to retrieve the piece capable of saving the game. Written by Lucas Quaresma Runtime: 112 min Release Date: 21 Nov 2018
Surprised me, a great movie! A review from an 18 year old (by luke87789)
No spoilers, don't worry. I'll make another review if I want to talk about those. I'll start this off by saying I'm a pretty big Disney fan- this, however, doesn't get in the way of how I take in their movies. They've had their fair share of blunders in the past. I walked into this movie with moderate expectations- it is a modern Disney movie, but that also means it's typically predictable. Not only this, but it's about the internet, and we all know how movies portray the internet. Memes are funny!!!!! Right kids? But this... this was something else. I'd <more>
also like to mention that I'm 18, and use Reddit and Twitter quite often.The internet world they made was incredible. Any questions I had about it were answered, it all made sense. The jokes kept coming and landed every time, it was nonstop for me. Some adults may not get them, of course, since some were referencing actual internet culture- which surprised me. They obviously consulted some actual teenagers and people who knew about this kind of stuff, not just the typical "hey kids like X, Y, and Z right!?" Even the excuses given for sharing videos made sense- instead of "hey look at this funny meme!!! It's funny because it's a cat or goat!", the excuse given was nostalgia for a retro game.The music was phenomenal, especially the song in the second half of the movie you'll know the one , it utilizes older sounds with a modern spin kind of hard to explain . There's plenty for both kids AND adults to enjoy, and for someone like me an avid consumer of internet content , it hit all the right marks. I did like the first movie, but this one was so energetic and fun that it surpasses it. Will it be outdated in a few years? I don't think so, I do think it perfectly encapsulates the internet. Will it be outdated in 10+ years? Since the world is constantly changing, probably. Eventually sites we use today will be long gone and replaced. But for now, this movie gives a perfect representation of the internet and makes for an amazing movie. I give it a solid 10/10.For anyone wanting an adults perspective, I went with my parents, cousins, and even my grandmother. My parents got most of the jokes if not all as they should have. My grandma thought it was fun and energetic, but did miss a few references though she did get more then I assumed she would, as news stations like to report on "hip new internet trends" . Overall enjoyable for the whole family! Go see it!
This is my first review ever and the very first 10 i have ever givin .Its better than the first Wreck It or at least equal and worth the 6 year wait .no spoilers here but just know that disney deserves props for having a sense of humor enough to make fun of thrmselves and maje sure you stay for after the endung credits ! Fun for all ages in fact a lot of the humor would go right over a young childs head . We plan on returning to see again soon to see what we missed the first time !
Very well written Story! (by timeblank)
I don't know what is more pathetic than listening to negative reviews people are saying. I thought this was great from start to finish. However in this movie Ralph became more of loser in this movie. Especially with his decisions he made. The common theme in this movie is insecurity. Sometimes you have to let go and have your friend live her dream.Vanellope seems to be tired of her own game. Over and over she sees the same thing. Kind of relates to us in our lives. We see the same thing over and over. We just wanted to see something new. She finds it in the internet and she loves it.At <more>
least this movie focuses on the characters rather than jumping to different scenes. It stays true to its plot, I enjoyed a few laughs, and it was great fun movie. Stay until the end after the credits.
The movie still has a lot to show through their adventure...The best part as everyone who watched the trailer knows it.. none other than the most ambitious Disney crossover... Honestly, the movie would've been nothing without their involvement. I really hoped they had shown more of it... It left a great potential for a sequel or a spin-off where Disney could make a great use of it with all their fan-favorite franchises!!!The only flaw I felt was like Disney again making the same mistake they've been doing for the sequels of most of their animated movies, Incredibles 2, Finding Dory, <more>
Monsters University, like all these movies were just to bring back the fan favorite characters on screen again but the story is just small... Even though they're entertaining to watch... all these movies kinda drag their story till the end and just finishes off like that!!! Hopefully, we might be getting a good potential sequel where they could do it better with the story!!!But most of us are just gonna ignore those factors... Wreck-It Ralph 2 has everything you need, it's really entertaining, stunning visuals, dramatic, groundbreaking sequences and I've enjoyed it so much!!
Wonderful, Spectacular, Creative Movie (by divyanka)
Ralph Breaks the Internet is such a wonderful, hilarious, creative movie with so much to enjoy. The same loveable characters are back with another adventure that is so enjoyable to watch. Nice play of emotions as well. A wonderful sequel to the equally wonderful original. Not at all dull or boring, but just as good as any excellently-made Disney movie. Those saying it was 'boring' have zero taste, because this was typically made like any Disney movie - fabulously. It was so refreshing and fun. Must watch for all.
I am IMPRESSED ! (by felicsetiawan)
Was really impressed with this movie. Wasn't really expecting how Disney manages to bring up a lot of Disney's character in this movie e.g., Mulan, Pocahontas, Star Wars, etc. . Not just a fun movie to watch, but also have its educational value in it. A good movie for the young ones. Two thumbs up Disney !
Ralph Breaks the Internet is more then web jokes. it's a funny and emotional story about friendship and being a proper friend (by RforFilm)
Disney sequels are something that the company once tried, did for a while, and tried to sweep it up, trying to forget they ever happened. And now we're getting a sequel to Wreck it Ralph. So what does this mean for Disney? When people think about Disney sequels, they're referring to the direct to video movies that were made on a lower budget to continue milking the story further then it needs to. What surprises people is that some sequels like The Rescuers Down Under, Fantasia 2000, and Winnie the Pooh are sequels made by Disney Feature Animation the direct to video movies were <more>
produced by Disneytoon and were made with the same passion from before.Like the other sequels, Ralph Breaks the Internet continues the story from before. The only difference is that rather then gaming, the jokes and setting deal with the Internet. There's no denying that the Internet has become a major part of society, changing the way we communicate. Like how movies, television, and video games have changed entertainment, the internet has added it's own stamp with web videos, viral memes, and social network stars. Much of these subjects are touched upon in Ralph Breaks the Internet.Set six years after the events of Wreck it Ralph, Ralph played by John C. Railly and Vanellope played by Sarah Silverman seem to enjoy their lives within their arcade games of Fix it Felix Jr and Sugar Rush. Things go wrong when the Sugar Rush game becomes unplugged when an accident causes the real world steering wheel to break. Though the owner of the arcade Litwak played by Ed O'Neill finally gets a Wifi router, he can't find a replacement part and thinks it's time to get rid of the Sugar Rush machine. Ralph and Vanellope decide that they can go to the Internet to find that replacement part.Unlike the arcade, which was just that, the internet is a vast metropolis with various buildings representing famous websites like Amazon, Instagram, IMDB, and many more. Ralph and Venallope find themselves at Ebay where they bid and win the right part, they need to get the money to pay for it. A spam bot played by Bill Hader leads them to an online game Slaughter Race, where they encounter a group of street gang racers lead by Shank played by Gal Gadot . While there, Ralph ends up becoming a viral trend where he's encouraged by Yesss played by Taraji P. Henson to continue while Vanellope questions whether she even wants to go home. Oh, and they also encounter the Disney princesses.When you bring the Internet as a setting, that's going to allow Ralph Breaks the Internet a lot of opportunity for jokes. Not only do they poke fun at the various online companies, but they even go after stuff I wasn't expecting Disney to do; popup ads, spam, violent games, dumb videos, and even the dark web are given a chance and each get a clever joke. I laughed a lot more then I thought I was going in.The movie isn't just internet jokes. In fact, it builds on the previous movie's theme of existentialism by having the heroes question their roles not only in their games, but as they are as video game characters. If the last one was about Ralph, then much of the emotion goes to Vanellope who sees that life doesn't have to be a constant repeat of candy races. It has her question her place and even her friendship to Ralph. Of course, Ralph too has his own questions, such as what happens when his friend wants too leave and whether he can be too clingy.All of this adds up to the movie's big climax in which I won't give away, but it does add up to the movie's title of "breaking the internet". It's both an impressive set piece and leads to an emotional realization. It's brilliant writing all around.If I had to nitpick, it's on two things. First, it's internet jokes, while funny, do make me wonder how this'll hold up in ten years. I still feel like Wreck it Ralph will have a bigger place then this will. The other problem is that it's a shame that the characters of Felix and Sergeant Calhoun don't play bigger parts in their journey as I loved them from before. Why couldn't they have gone with them and experienced their own joys of the Internet? Oh well, at least they are in the movie.I'll give this eight viral trends out of ten. Comparing this to the original is difficult as they feel like different stories. It has different agendas and different themes, and yet it doesn't. It'll help if you watch Wreck it Ralph first, but it's not completely needed to enjoy this. I think most people will find a lot to laugh, even if their not tech savvy. If anything, it might be funnier. Log in, go see it, and make it a trend.
Popular culture is here to say, but it is also ever changing, much in part to the internet. Tonight's movie decides to journey to the center of the internet looking into the world of cyberspace through the eyes of Disney. Yes, tonight the sequel many never thought would come to bear given the current movements by Disney Pixar sequels, live animation, and Marvel . That's right! Out of Walt Disney Animation Studios is Wreck It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet, which based on the massive advertising, holds the potential to be another hilarious adventure. Robbie K here to review:Movie: <more>
Wreck It Ralph 2: Ralph Wrecks The Internet 2018 Directors: Phil Johnston, Rich Moore Writers: Phil Johnston screenplay by , Pamela Ribon screenplay by Stars: John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot LIKES:Animation: No surprise, Disney knows how to design and animate in the world of children's animation. Ralph's newest adventure proves this once more as the cyberworld comes to life in rich textures and colors, as the wonderful world of Disney's lens reveals a cleverly detailed world. All ages should appreciate the mood and characterization of each popular app and part of the cyber world, that adds the characteristic this series is famous for. Characters move smoothly in all sequences, and it still holds the personality of a video game.Comedy: Ralph's series is always known for the comedy and the dive into the internet immersed the group into new depths of comedy. This film broadens its horizons in terms of laugh factors and allows more people to laugh at the antics at hand. The same slapstick remains from the first film, while jabs at our popular culture, alongside quote worthy one-liners ring through the whole film. Many avenues are not safe from the ridicule of the movie, that will hopefully have you laughing in good fun like I did. Nevertheless, the film's laugh fest is still reminiscent of the first film, but bringing a new twist to the mix.Pace: A Disney movie is often paced quite well and this film is no exception. Ralph and company will be surfing at the speed of information exchange, having no problems with being deterred or hindered in its ability to bring the entertainment and story we so crave. With this faster pace, comes an energy that Ralph is famous for, which will captivate the attention of all the intended audience members.Cleverness: The movie works so well with managing to have geekiness imbued into the film, showing off the whit of the famous studio as they pay tribute to the nerds and nerd alike. Random cameos, details of buildings, and other popular culture references are well-established into the comedy and seldom forced upon you like some of the films they have made. Still, Disney's shrewd creativity and imagination continue to shine forth in their ability to make animated films.The Moral: The movie wouldn't be a Disney film if there wasn't a tried and true trail to remain at the center of it all. Ralph's first lesson was about self-identity and discovering yourself. This film expands the already deep characters to new levels as their relationship evolves into the next levels of growth. As both start to fan out into the cyber world and establish new adventures, Ralph and Venelope will go through their own trials as well. It's sweet, it's strong, and it jam packed with emotion that will have many getting sentimental, especially if it is relevant. Wreck It Ralph's moral driven plot may not be original, but it certainly is jam packed with the usual Disney magic.DISLIKES:Not The First Movie: Sequels have to be themselves and soar with open wings to establish its only flow. Still, the sequel lacked some of the creativity, uniqueness, target themes that it had established those years ago. I missed the video game focused references, and cameos of dad jokes with parodies to those games. In addition, it still lacked some other things I'll be mentioning to result in a still good sequel, but maybe not quite as strong as the original to me.The Other characters it was brilliant to allow other characters and gimmicks to unfold for this film, but a few other characters could have certainly had more involvement given how much a part they were of the main character's lives. Why the original characters didn't go on a journey more, I don't know, but I missed them in this film very much.New Characters Quite Not living To Full potential: Shank and the new crew might have been beautiful and bold in the film, but they were not nearly as integrated into the film as the previous installment. Disney has included them enough to give us future merchandising, but the cyber characters didn't quite have the adventurous involvement the previous one had. It would have been nice to pull them multiple times to help with facing the internet and I quite missed the sense of adventure the first film specialized in.Comedy In Your Face Moments: There are times where Disney still feels the need to force an idea or comedy style on them. Sometimes they work and other times are a little too intense for me to really appreciate it. The Disney princess moment is one of those moments that I felt was a little in your face, pushing too hard to get the point across for the sake of a laugh towards a certain subset of audience members. I get there is a place for a lot of comedy in this film, the goal of the producers, but perhaps working to integrate characters a little bit might have been the way to go instead of another princess service announcement.The Villain: Turbo was a great central antagonist that held many tricks in his arsenal to remain relevant and immortal. He was deadly enough to threaten people with darker tones, while still a force to brecken with. However, this one was missing a lot, often much due to underutilization of characters and a gimmick that seemed nothing more than a plot device trying to justify the inclusion of another big bad character. It's age appropriate, but not quite the full incredible splendor that the first one did, and I missed that challenge to their never-ending quest for fun, adventure and the truth.The Trailer Ruined Much: Hate when Disney over shows the trailers, making sure to show you so much of the movie without giving away the whole thing. Ralph has had a lot ruined, not everything mind you, but many powerful laughs and jokes could have held more life to it if they had been introduced in the film, instead of the billions of minutes on television. As such, some of the more popular jokes were stale to my viewing group.The Verdict:The sequel had a lot to live up for me, but Ralph's second film held plenty of the same magic that I fell in love with in the first film. Still a dazzling delight to watch with fantastic animation and design combined with the usual comedic references we've come to expect with this series. Still, the dive back into pop culture references still needed some software updates to maximize old and new characters, and design the film with the same standards the first held. Still the film is worth a trip to theater for many reasons and an enjoyable one at that.My scores are: Animation/Adventure/Comedy: 8-8.5 Movie Overall: 7.5-8.0
This movie is sooooo special and meaningful for our generation. All kinds of social medias are connected and collaborated so well in this movie. The Disney+Pixar universe is such an unique entertainment which is so naturally coming out that we cant find any bothersome and contrived plot in this movie. But This is also kinda sad cuz this way to speak isnt universal formula. I really enjoyed it but my mom and dad might not be able to enjoy as much as I did since they dont understand the metaphor is seasoned in this entire story. This is just like Ralph didnt understand why Vanellope wants to <more>
stay in a different world where her dreams alive. It got me think about my mom who doesnt know how social networks work and me always trying to something new. In this movie ralph let her go to bigger world to help her feel better and make her dream come true.