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Release Date:
2 November 2012 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
The story of a regular guy just looking for a little wreck-ognition. See more »
Plot:
A video game villain wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream, but his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
Nominated for Oscar. Another 19 wins & 20 nominations See more »
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Familiar, But So Much Fun See more (303 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

John C. Reilly ... Ralph (voice)

Sarah Silverman ... Vanellope (voice)

Jack McBrayer ... Felix (voice)

Jane Lynch ... Calhoun (voice)

Alan Tudyk ... King Candy (voice)

Mindy Kaling ... Taffyta Muttonfudge (voice)

Joe Lo Truglio ... Markowski (voice)

Ed O'Neill ... Mr. Litwak (voice)

Dennis Haysbert ... General Hologram (voice)

Edie McClurg ... Mary (voice)
Raymond S. Persi ... Gene / Zombie (voice)

Jess Harnell ... Don (voice)

Rachael Harris ... Deanna (voice)

Skylar Astin ... Roy (voice)

Adam Carolla ... Wynnchel (voice)

Horatio Sanz ... Duncan (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... Root Beer Tapper (voice)

Stefanie Scott ... Moppet Girl (voice)

John DiMaggio ... Beard Papa (voice)

Rich Moore ... Sour Bill / Zangief (voice)

Katie Lowes ... Candlehead (voice)

Jamie Elman ... Rancis Fluggerbutter (voice)
Josie Trinidad ... Jubileena Bing-Bing (voice)
Cymbre Walk ... Crumbelina Di Caramello (voice)
Tucker Gilmore ... Sugar Rush Announcer / Turtle (voice)

Brandon Scott ... Kohut (voice)
Tim Mertens ... Brad (voice)

Kevin Deters ... Clyde (voice)

Gerald C. Rivers ... M. Bison (voice)

Martin Jarvis ... Saitine (voice)
Brian Kesinger ... Cyborg (voice)

Roger Craig Smith ... Sonic the Hedgehog (voice)
Phil Johnston ... Surge Protector (voice)

Reuben Langdon ... Ken (voice)

Kyle Hebert ... Ryu (voice)
Jamie Sparer Roberts ... Yuni Verse (voice)

Ava Acres ... Additional Voices (voice)

Isabella Acres ... Additional Voices (voice)

Bob Bergen ... Additional Voices (voice)

David Boat ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Dave Boat)
Reed Buck ... Additional Voices (voice)

Michael Carlsen ... Additional Voices (voice)

David Cowgill ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jim Cummings ... Additional Voices (voice)

Elizabeth Daily ... Additional Voices (voice) (as EG Daily)

Debi Derryberry ... Additional Voices (voice)
Will Deters ... Additional Voices (voice)

Terri Douglas ... Additional Voices (voice)

Sandy Fox ... Additional Voices (voice)
Eddie Frierson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Tyler Ganus ... Additional Voices (voice)
Earl Ghaffari ... Additional Voices (voice)

Emily Hahn ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jennifer Hale ... Additional Voices (voice)
Daniel Kaz ... Additional Voices (voice)
Dave Kohut ... Additional Voices (voice)
Lauren MacMullan ... Additional Voices (voice)
Mona Marshall ... Additional Voices (voice)

Scott Menville ... Additional Voices (voice)

Laraine Newman ... Additional Voices (voice)

Paul Pape ... Additional Voices (voice)
Cooper Reed ... Additional Voices (voice)
Lynwood Robinson ... Additional Voices (voice)

Trenton Rogers ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jadon Sand ... Additional Voices (voice)

Kath Soucie ... Additional Voices (voice)

April Stewart ... Additional Voices (voice)

Fred Tatasciore ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jennifer Christine Vera ... Additional Voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Grimshaw ... Brad (voice: UK version)
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Directed by
Rich Moore 
 
Writing credits
Rich Moore (story) and
Phil Johnston (story) and
Jim Reardon (story)

Phil Johnston (screenplay) and
Jennifer Lee (screenplay)

John C. Reilly (additional story material) and
Sam J. Levine (additional story material) (as Sam Levine) &
Jared Stern (additional story material)

Produced by
Monica Lago-Kaytis .... associate producer
John Lasseter .... executive producer
Clark Spencer .... producer
 
Original Music by
Henry Jackman (original score composed by)
 
Film Editing by
Tim Mertens 
 
Casting by
Jamie Sparer Roberts 
 
Art Direction by
Ian Gooding 
 
Production Management
Jeremy Costello .... production supervisor
Brent W. Hall .... post-production supervisor
Mike Huang .... production supervisor: animatics
Kristen Kolada .... production supervisor: editorial
Christopher Kracker .... production supervisor
Brooke Randolph .... production supervisor
Aria Stewart .... production supervisor: environments
Kristin Yadamec .... production supervisor: stereo and crowds
 
Art Department
Sarah Airriess .... additional visual development
Dale Baer .... additional visual development
Lorelay Bove .... design lead: Sugar Rush
Dan Cooper .... visual development artist
Ricardo F. Delgado .... visual development
Don Dougherty .... additional story artist
Eric Goldberg .... additional visual development
Mark Henn .... additional visual development
Barry Johnson .... additional storyboard
Suzan Kim .... modeler
Ryan Lang .... design lead: Heros Duty
Brittney Lee .... visual development artist
Minkyu Lee .... visual development artist
Cory Loftis .... design lead: Heros Duty
Joseph Mateo .... additional story artist
Nicole Mitchell .... additional story artist
John Musker .... additional visual development
Raymond S. Persi .... storyboard artist
Zack Petroc .... model supervisor
Joe Pitt .... additional visual development
Bruce W. Smith .... additional visual development (as Bruce Smith)
Jeremy Spears .... storyboard artist
Chad Stubblefield .... visual development modeler
Chris Williams .... additional story artist
Larry Wu .... matte painter
Victoria Ying .... visual development
 
Sound Department
Kevin Bolen .... mix technician
Danny Caccavo .... digital editorial services
Lori Castro .... recording engineer
David Chrastka .... sound assistant
Luke Dunn Gielmuda .... foley editor (as Luke Dunn-Gielmuda)
Frank E. Eulner .... supervising sound editor
Andre Fenley .... assistant supervising sound editor
David E. Fluhr .... re-recording mixer
Ryan J. Frias .... digital editorial services
J.R. Grubbs .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Gabriel Guy .... original dialogue mixer
Bill Higley .... original dialogue mixer
E.J. Holowicki .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Doc Kane .... original dialogue mixer
Dmitri Makarov .... digital editorial services
Greg J. Peterson .... foley recordist
Andy Potvin .... dolby sound consultant
Gary Rizzo .... re-recording mixer
Ronald G. Roumas .... re-recordist
Gary Rydstrom .... sound designer
Ric Schnupp .... sound recordist
Dee Selby .... foley editor (uncredited)
Corey Tyler .... foley mixer
Stephen Urata .... sound recordist
Marshall Winn .... dialogue editor
Angie Yesson .... sound effects recordist
Dennie Thorpe .... foley artist (uncredited)
Jana Vance .... foley artist (uncredited)
Marshall Winn .... supervising dialogue editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Amanda Dyar .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Sean Amlaner .... stereo layout artist: Walt Disney Animation Studios
Sal Arditti .... senior lighting artist
Jinyi Baird .... lighter
Bob Bennett .... visual effects animator
Jan Berger .... character technical director
Jorge Bobadilla Jr. .... senior lighter
Brett Boggs .... effects animator
Corey Butler .... lighting artist
Jesus Canal .... character technical director
Chris Carignan .... technical director
Tony Chai .... effects technical director
Dexter Cheng .... assistant technical director
Stella Hsin-Huei Cheng .... assistant technical director
Jeff Chung .... lighting and compositing
Charles Colladay .... look development artist
Ian J. Coony .... visual effects artist
Marc Cooper .... look development td
Gregory Culp .... lighting and compositing artist
Christian Cunningham .... lighting and compositing artist
Eric Daniels .... effects animator: crowds
Cheryl Davis .... lighting artist
Peter DeMund .... visual effects animator
James DeValera Mansfield .... effects animator (as James DeV. Mansfield)
Ryan DeYoung .... lighting artist
Kaori Doi .... lighting and compositing artist
Jennifer Downs .... character technical director
David S. Dunn .... charater td
Ravindra Dwivedi .... visual effects artist
Moe El Ali .... effect animator
Moe El Ali .... effects animator: crowds
Mark Empey .... technical animator
Jesse Erickson .... effects animator
Jack Evans .... lighting and compositing technical director
Quentin Frost .... lighting artist
Joshua Fry .... visual effects
Krzysztof Fus .... character fx td
Krzysztof Fus .... modeler
Vijoy Gaddipati .... general technical director
Mark Gelfuso .... lighting artist
Allan Gersten .... visual effects artist
Richard Gouge .... lighting artist
Michael Hall .... fx artist
Yasser Hamed .... crowds technical director
Justin Hammond .... senior lighting artist
Mike Harris .... technical director
Christopher Hendryx .... visual effects artist
David Hochstadter .... stereoscopic artist: Walt Disney Animation Studios
Benjamin Min Huang .... lighting & compositing
John Huikku .... look development artist
John Huikku .... procedural lead
Kelsey Hurley .... assistant technical director
Katherine Ipjian .... lighting artist
Iva Itchevska-Brain .... lighting and compositing artist
Sean Jenkins .... CG supervisor (as Sean D. Jenkins)
Yibing Jiang .... look dev artist
Jongo .... lighting artist
Shyam Kannapurakkaran .... stereoscopic artist
Neelima Karanam .... assistant technical director
Scott Kersavage .... visual effects supervisor
Sam Klock .... effects artist (as Samuel Gray Klock)
MacDuff Knox .... visual effects artist
Lauren Kramer .... stereoscopic artist
Daniel Kruse .... digital lighter: Walt Disney Animation Studios
Dax LaFleur .... technical animation technical director
Mia Lee .... look development artist
Roger Lee .... lighting and compositing artist
Hubert Leo .... character technical director
Adam Levy .... technical animation td
Shu Liu .... fx artist
Andrew Lyons .... effects technical director
Shannon McGee .... senior lighting artist
Robert L. Miles .... lighting supervisor
Cristian Moras .... compositor
Cristian Moras .... lighter
Enrique Munoz .... lighting artist
Jihyun Nam .... effects animator
Anita Naufal .... stereoscopic artist
Daniel Naulin .... visual effects artist
Derek Nelson .... lighting artist
Robert Neuman .... stereoscopic supervisor
Eileen O'Neill .... lighting artist
Jorge Obregon .... lighting supervisor
Hendrik Panz .... visual effects artist
Blair Pierpont .... effects artist
Nicklas Puetz .... character technical director
Katherine Reihman .... lighting and compositing artist
Olun Riley .... senior lighting artist
Edward Robbins .... character technical director
Felipe Ruiz Reyes .... lighting artist
Jeff Sadler .... layout technical director
Amol Sathe .... lighting artist
Dave Scarpitti .... stereoscopic artist
Wally Schaab .... lighting artist
Mark Siegel .... lighting supervisor
Darren Simpson .... stereoscopic artist
Karen Smith .... visual effects artist
Chris Springfield .... lighting supervisor
Josh Staub .... lighting artist
Jeremy Sternberg .... lighting and compositing artist
Fatema Tarzi .... lighter
Emily Tse .... lighting and compositing artist
Shweta Viswanathan .... assistant technical director
Zack Weiler .... cloth and hair technical director
Thom Wickes .... effects animator
Zhang Xiao .... visual effects artist
Jaehyun Yoo .... fx artist
Diana J. Zeng .... assistant lighter
Sean Amlaner .... maya artist: Lumeni Productions (uncredited)
Tim Christensen .... stereoscopic compositor (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Thomas Baker .... stereo camera
Mark Henley .... stereographer
Julio Macat .... visual lighting consultant
 
Animation Department
Alberto Abril .... animator
Shaun Absher .... modeler
Lisa Allen .... animator
Alexander Alvarado .... look development artist
Stephen J. Anderson .... additional story artist
Kelly Asbury .... story artist
Audrey Bagley .... look development artist
Kathleen M. Bailey .... technical animator
Joaquin Baldwin .... layout artist
Doug Bennett .... supervising animator
Allen Blaisdell .... layout artist
Jill Breznican .... animation research library
Darrin Butters .... animator
Dong Joo Byun .... effects animator
Carlos Cabral .... character technical director
Sara Cembalisty .... look development artist
Fabrice Ceugniet .... animation technical director
Andrew Chesworth .... animator
Youngjae Choi .... animator
Glen Claybrook .... character technical director
Jocelyn Cofer .... animator
Caitlin Coons .... production assistant: animation
Christopher Cordingley .... animator
Rahul Dabholkar .... animator
Claudio de Oliveira .... animator
Thomas DesJardins .... lighting artist
Paul Diaz .... animator
Jed Diffenderfer .... story artist
Renato Dos Anjos .... animation supervisor
Rob Dressel .... layout supervisor
Adam Dykstra .... animator
Tom Ellery .... story artist
Doug Engalla .... animation research library
Jeffrey Engel .... assistant animator
Nathan Engelhardt .... animator
Isaak Fernandez .... animator
Chadd Ferron .... animator
Jason Figliozzi .... animator
Cory Rocco Florimonte .... layout lead
Michael Franceschi .... animator
Alec Fredericks .... character technical director: setup/rigging
Mario Furmanczyk .... animator
Krzysztof Fus .... technical animator
Christopher Otto Gallagher .... technical director
Jonathan Garcia .... technical director
Minor Gaytan .... animator
Melissa Genoshe .... production assistant: animation
Paula Goldstein .... lighting supervisor
Paula Goldstein .... look developement artist
Daniel Gonzales .... apprentice animator
Adam Green .... animator
Jennifer Hager .... animator
Brien Hindman .... modeler
Ryan Hobbiebrunken .... animator
Brent Homman .... animator
Lyndsey Horton .... character technical director
Robert Huth .... animator
Roger Huynh .... senior lighting artist
Leon Ingram .... animation research library
Ke Jiang .... cg modeler
Darrell W. Johnson .... animator
John Kahrs .... animator
John Kahwaty .... rigging supervisor
Eryn Katz .... modeler
Clay Kaytis .... animator
Clay Kaytis .... end credit animation design
Mark Kennedy .... additional story artist
Tamara Khalaf .... animation research library
Micheal Kilm .... animator
Si-Hyung Kim .... layout artist
Bert Klein .... animator
Mike Klim .... animator
Daniel Klug .... animator
Dave K. Komorowski .... character supervisor
Jon Krummel .... modeler
Nancy Kruse .... story artist
Matt Kummer .... animator
Alex Kupershmidt .... additional animation support
Luis Labrador .... senior modeler
Chelsea Lavertu .... look development artist
Amy Lawson Smeed .... animator
Andrew Lawson .... animator
Hyun Min Lee .... animator
Jang Chol Lee .... matte painter
Kira Lehtomaki .... animator
Cory Loftis .... animator
Miyuki Kanno Long .... animator
Adolph Lusinsky .... director of look and lighting
Lauren MacMullan .... storyboard artist
Stephane Mangin .... animator
Steve Markowski .... story artist
Leonardo Matsuda .... story artist
Kelly McClanahan .... animator
Andre Medina .... character designer
Brian Menz .... animator
Mark Mitchell .... supervising animator
Terry Moews .... layout artist
Rick Moore .... layout artist
John Murrah .... layout artist
Mike Navarro .... effects animator
Prothais Nicolas .... animator
Marlon Nowe .... supervising animator: crowds
Patrick Osborne .... animator
Hyrum Osmond .... supervising animator
Clayton Osmus .... modeler
Zach Parrish .... supervising animator
Daniel Martín Peixe .... animator
Andrew Perez .... assistant animator
Malcon Pierce .... animator
Tom Pniewski .... animation research library
Bobby Pontillas .... animator
Heather Pritchett .... look development technical director
Mitja Rabar .... animator
Svetla Radivoeva .... animating assistant
Joel Reid .... animator
Jared Reisweber .... look development artist
Ricky Rieckenberg .... animation technical director
Michelle Lee Robinson .... lighting artist
Michelle Lee Robinson .... look development artist
Merrick Rustia .... layout artist
Karen Ann Ryan .... animation production supervisor
Henry Sato Jr. .... animator
Wally Schaab .... layout artist
Bill Schwab .... character design supervisor
Samy Segura .... modeler
Chad Sellers .... animator
Benson Shum .... animator
Lewis Siegel .... look development technical director
Justin Sklar .... animating assistant
Tony Smeed .... supervising animator
Gregory Smith .... rigging supervisor
Mitchell Allen Snary .... look development artist
Christian So .... animator
Matt Steele .... technical animator
Rastko Stefanovic .... animator
Michael Stieber .... character technical director
David J. Suroviec .... character technical director
Matsune Suzuki .... layout artist
Dan Tanaka .... additional animator
Lindsay Thompson .... assistant animator
Ryan Tottle .... modeler
Lissa Treiman .... story artist
Josie Trinidad .... story artist
Katie Tucker-Fico .... associate stereoscopic supervisor
Wayne Unten .... animator
Rebecca Vallera-Thompson .... assistant technical director
Richard Van Cleave Jr. .... technical animator
David Wainstain .... layout artist
Danny Wawrzaszek .... animator
Christopher D. Williams .... animator
Mark Williams .... animator
Rebecca Wilson Breese .... animator
John Wong .... animator
Su Wong .... apprentice animator
Michael Woodside .... assistant animator
Larry Wu .... lighting artist
Larry Wu .... look development artist
Hidetaka Yosumi .... character technical director
Nasheet Zaman .... lighter and compositor
Mary Ann Williams .... animation research library (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Terri Douglas .... adr voice casting
Cymbre Walk .... casting associate
 
Editorial Department
Robert Bagley .... digital imaging specialist (as Robert H. Bagley)
Ivan Bilancio .... additional editor
William J. Caparella .... additional editor
David Condolora .... second assistant editor
Danya Joseph .... additional assistant editor
Alex McDonnell .... assistant editor
Eliot Milbourn .... digital intermediate colorist
Jim Passon .... color timer
Julie Rogers .... additional editor
David Thomas .... digital cinema producer
 
Music Department
Alex Belcher .... technical score engineer
Julian Bratolyubov .... music preparation
Lori Castro .... additional score recordist
Ashley Chafin .... music production coordinator
Victor Chaga .... score technician
Donna Cole-Brule .... music business affairs
Stephen Coleman .... orchestrator
Frank J. Garcia .... score coordinator
Earl Ghaffari .... music editor: production
Nick Glennie-Smith .... conductor
Kevin Globerman .... digital score recordist
Greg Hayes .... score recordist
Jill Iverson .... music production assistant (as Jill Heffley)
Andrew Kinney .... orchestrator
Steven Kofsky .... music production services
Daniel Kresco .... additional score recordist
Fred Kron .... musician: keyboards
Ernest Lee .... music digital coordinator
Dominic Lewis .... composer: additional music
Frank Macchia .... music preparation
Tom MacDougall .... music supervisor
Larry Mah .... digital score recordist
Matthew Margeson .... additional music arranger (as Matt Margeson)
Matthew Margeson .... composer: additional music
Dave Metzger .... orchestrator
Aaron Meyer .... music preparation
Alan Meyerson .... music scoring mixer
Alan Meyerson .... score recordist
Shinnosuke Miyazawa .... assistant music engineer
Chris Montan .... executive music producer
Alfred Montejano .... composer: additional music
Leslie Morris .... music contractor
Satoshi Mark Noguchi .... additional recordist (as Satoshi Noguchi)
Michael O'Donnovan .... principal musician: bassoon
Andrew Page .... music production manager
Thomas Pasatieri .... orchestrator
Daniel Pinder .... score music editor
Jasper Randall .... choir contractor
Larry Rench .... additional orchestrations
Tim Rodier .... music preparation
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Jason Soudah .... score technician
Patrick Spain .... scoring assistant engineer
Armin Steiner .... music recordist: orchestra
Andrew Synowiec .... musician: guitar
John Ashton Thomas .... orchestrator
Jimmy Tsai .... music production assistant
Christian Wenger .... score mix assistant
Booker White .... music preparation
Michael Zainer .... assistant music editor
John von Seggern .... additional score sound designer (uncredited)
 
Other crew
David A. Aguilar .... senior software engineer
Marty Alchin .... senior software engineer
Julie Baner .... production assistant
Neil Barber .... senior software engineer
James Colby Bette .... technology lead
Ross Blocher .... training manager
Rik Bomberger .... systems administrator
Scott L. Burris .... principal engineer
Tracy Bovasso Campbell .... head of training
Dan Candela .... director of technology
Steve Carpenter .... senior systems administrator
Marisa X. Castro .... production assistant: stereo (as Marisa Castro)
Bradley Combest .... production assistant: story
Kevin C. Constantine .... senior systems engineer
Caitlin Coons .... production assistant: animation
Patrick Danford .... principal engineer
Hank Driskill .... technical director
Nicholas Ellingsworth .... production assistant: FX
Doug Engalla .... researcher: amimation research library
Carlos C. Estiandan .... technical supporter
Norbert Faerstain .... production staff
Yun-Po Paul Fan .... senior software engineer
Daniel Feiner .... production finance lead
Paul Fiebiger .... shotgun software specialist
Michael M. Fukumoto .... technical support
Kyle Gabriel .... development coordinator
Kevin Gambrel .... technology manager
Melissa Genoshe .... production assistant: animation
Evan Goldberg .... technology manager: animation
Thomas Greer .... senior systems engineer
Stephanie Hachem .... production assistant: lighting
Ray Haleblian .... technical director
Dawn Halloran .... technology coordinator
Kyle D. Hayes .... senior software engineer
Paul Hildebrandt .... senior software engineer
Jay Hilliard .... systems engineer
James P. Hurrell .... senior software developer
Joe Jiuliano .... film and digital services director
Ronald L. Johnson .... technology manager
Marc Jordan .... principal engineer
Richard N. Kanno .... senior software engineer
Frank William Knittel .... finance
Mike Lane .... client services
Eric Larsen .... senior software engineer
Leah Latham .... recruitment coordinator
Lauren Leffingwell .... production assistant
Douglas E. Lesan .... senior software engineer
Matthew E. Levine .... senior software engineer
Krispin Leydon .... interaction designer
Ying Liu .... senior software engineer
Julio Macat .... visual consultant
Linda Y. Matsuoka .... finance
Michelle McMillan .... production assistant
Dayna B. Meltzer .... technology assistant manger
Christopher D. Mihaly .... senior software engineer
Colin King Miller .... production finance lead
Alicia Lee Muller .... production assistant: story
Uri Okrent .... senior software engineer
John Robert Perry .... senior software engineer
Jim Reardon .... story supervisor
Kimberly M. Rios .... systems administrator
Trenton Rogers .... voice cast
Garret Sakura .... software engineer
Matthew J. Schiavone .... production assistant
Matthew F. Schnittker .... senior software engineer
Steven Seed .... senior systems engineer
Jennifer Jejo Sleeper .... production finance analyst
Gabriel Stewart .... digital transfers
Craig I. Takiguchi .... Beard Papa courtesy of
Wendy M. Tam .... senior software engineer
Karen Tenkhoff .... studio executive
Meghan Veltri .... software engineer
Kevin Waldvogel .... manager: environment & events
Justin Walker .... senior software engineer
Brian Wherry .... senior software engineer
Doug White .... principal engineer
Howard Wilczynski .... pipeline developer
Lisa S. Young .... senior software engineer
Curtis Zinzilieta .... principal engineer
 
Thanks
Cynthia Ballardo .... special thanks
Roy Gilbrecht .... special thanks
Rosendo Hernandez .... special thanks
Kenneth Kenyon .... special thanks
Dylan Lacewell .... special thanks
Renato Lattanzi .... special thanks
Elisa Muffleman .... special thanks
Tyler Nausley .... special thanks
John Robert Perry .... special thanks (as John 'Arcade Guru' Perry)
Lynwood Robinson .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Sugar Rush" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for some rude humor and mild action/violence
Runtime:
108 min | Germany:101 min
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Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The graffiti in Game Central Station contains many inside jokes and references to famous video games. One says "Aerith Lives," in reference to Final Fantasy VII (1997) (VG). Another says "All your base are belong to us," from the infamously poor English translation of the game Zero Wing (1989) (VG).See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: At the beginning of the movie, as the camera rolls away from the Fix-It Felix Jr. cabinet, the Street Fighter cabinet, 3 cabinets to the left, displays a title screen for Street Fighter II.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Wreck-It Ralph:My name's Ralph, and I'm a bad guy. Uh, let's see... I'm nine feet tall, I weigh six hundred and forty three pounds, got a bit of a temper on me. My passion level's very near the surface, I guess, not gonna lie. Anyhoo, what else, uh... I'm a wrecker...
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Movie Connections:
References The Wizard of Oz (1939)See more »
Soundtrack:
March of the WinkiesSee more »

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63 out of 79 people found the following review useful.
Familiar, But So Much Fun, 2 November 2012
Author: Joshua Mitchell from Here

While there are many that would argue differently, 2012 has been a relatively good year for animation. With Brave, Pirates! Band of Misfits and Frankenweenie (among others), there's been plenty of appealing films for all ages. And while Wreck-It Ralph looked somewhat less promising than the others in my eyes, it ended up being an absolute joy and one of the best of 2012.

Set in the video game world, Wreck-It Ralph is a typical arcade villain who's tired of being bad. In an attempt to start a new life, Ralph "game jumps" to a game called Hero's Duty, and through a chaotic series of events, ends up in a kart racing game called Sugar Rush. In this Candy Land of video games, Ralph meets a little girl named Vanellope whom is determined to be accepted among the residents of Sugar Rush by winning a kart race against them.

Wreck-It Ralph is a video game movie, and while video game oriented films have a reputation for being relatively awful, Wreck-It Ralph exceeds any pre-expectations that one may have as a result. Perhaps part of Wreck-It Ralph's success comes from the fact that it adapts the video game world, as opposed to adapting an individual video game.

Gamers will get the most out of Wreck-It Ralph. A minute rarely goes by without some reference to some video game, video game character or video game cliché. It effectively satires everything that's good and bad about video games in a way that won't insult gamers, but rather leaving them chuckling as they nod in acknowledgement.

Bowser, Sonic the Hedgehog, Q*Bert, Pac Man, Dig Dug and dozens of other make cameo appearances (some even have speaking roles). Mario didn't make it, though he is briefly mentioned once.

But fear not, Wreck-It Ralph won't only appeal to gamers. Even those who aren't familiar with the wonderful world of video games will find much humor. Wreck-It Ralph has plenty of humor in the less video game oriented field, though many of the best bits come from the various video game references and satire humor.

As is typical for a Disney film, Wreck-It Ralph is filled with memorable characters. The title character, Ralph, while still a bit on the generic side, is an easy to like protagonist. Vanellope is a sarcastic little girl, who is actually much less annoying than one might initially expect (she actually sort of grows on you). Other characters are more entertaining. Fix-It Felix Jr. is the goodie-two-shoes of this movie, while Sergeant Jean Calhoun is a no-nonsense space commander. The most memorable character, however, is King Candy, who's the ridiculously over the top and punn-y leader of Sugar Rush (though he may feel a bit too familiar to the Mad Hatter for some).

Perhaps what's most surprising about Wreck-It Ralph is how moving it is. It's initial attempts at poignancy may seem a bit clumsy and predictable at first, but it quickly develops into something much more satisfying, if far from the elegance of Pixar.

The animation is incredible. From the purposely stiff animation in Wreck-It Ralph's game, to the hyper realistic looking Hero's Duty, to the colorful Sugar Rush, Wreck-It Ralph is the most visually superb computer animated film of the year. A vast array of blink-and-then- you'll-miss-it sight gags that is practically begging for repeat viewings.

Cast members include John C. Reily, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, and Jane Lynch among others. Each voice actor blends beautifully with their character, though outside of Alan Tudyk (the voice of King Candy), there aren't any standouts.

The score by Henry Jackman captures the video game world perfectly. Mixing electronic instruments and orchestra intelligently, Jackman provides an energetic score for Wreck-It Ralph. The heavy use of electric guitar in the Hero's Duty world is purposely overdone to humorous effect, and the theme for the Sugar Rush races is joyfully nostalgic and sounds just like a tune you might listen to in a Mario Kart game. Still, during some of the more serious (and thankfully rare) moments, the score becomes rather generic, and less memorable than the other tracks.

In a film that does so much right, it feels almost overly hypocritical to point out some of things that Wreck-It Ralph does wrong, but they should be mentioned.

Wreck-It Ralph often suffers from being too familiar. Taking bits and pieces from Alice in Wonderland, Monsters Inc., Toy Story, Despicable Me, and various others, Wreck-It Ralph occasionally feels a bit recycled. Still, there's so much of Wreck-It Ralph that's clever and original, this can be overlooked.

What CAN'T be overlooked, however, is the potty humor. Wreck-It Ralph is not stuffed with crude humor, but the almost constant smile on my face changed into a frown during these instances. The potty humor is not necessary, and only makes the film feel more childish than it should. It surely won't score points with parents who will find this to be the only questionable content in an otherwise family-friendly film.

While familiar elements, occasional potty humor and sometimes overly sappy emotion fills the screen, Wreck-It Ralph is an absolutely outrageous film. Consistently clever, visually enchanting, and extremely memorable while even delivering a twist or two, Wreck-It Ralph is a must-see for gamers and adults that grew up with these games. Wreck-It Ralph is unlikely to be considered one of Disney's best films, but it's certainly one of their funniest.

Note: Wreck-It Ralph is preceded by a short called Paperman that is cute and charming, if not quite groundbreaking.

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