Directed by Rich Moore.
Featuring the voice talents of John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch, Mindy Kaling, Alan Tudyk, Jack McBrayer, Joe Lo Truglio, Ed O'Neill and Dennis Haysbert.
A video game character looks to change his image as he tires of being "the bad guy".
When I saw the trailers for Wreck-It Ralph it seemed fun, but not overwhelmingly 'funny', and whilst it isn't the funniest animated film I've seen there are a great number of laughs to be had.
The film follows the title character, Ralph, who is the villain of an 80s arcade game, 'Fix-It Felix, Jr'. Ralph feels unappreciated in his role as once the arcade closes down for the evening, Felix is championed by the games other characters whilst Ralph is shunned and lives in the garbage heap. After a party is held in Felix's honour on the game's anniversary and Ralph isn't invited,