When the newly-crowned Queen Elsa accidentally uses her power to turn things into ice to curse her home in infinite winter, her sister Anna teams up with a mountain man, his playful reindeer, and a snowman to change the weather condition.
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
This sequel takes place six years after Wreck-It Ralph (2012), the same amount of time that's passed in real life between the release of the two films. The sign outside Litwak's Arcade verifies this further which it once read in the first movie as "HAPPY 5TH BIRTHDAY SVSY" and now says "HAPPY 11TH BIRTHDAY SVSY." See more »
Ralph takes the bidding on eBay to $27,000 by bidding against himself. To prevent accidents on eBay, any effort to out-bid yourself only resets your High Bid limit. If the price is $300 and the same person bids again, the winning bid is still $300 until someone else bids higher. Also, there is an increment rule. If the bid is $300 and you bid $400, your High Bid limit is $400 and the current bid becomes $301. (Unless someone else has a High Bid limit that is greater.) See more »
First Order Stormtrooper:
[having spotted Vanellope]
You're coming with us, kid.
[Vanellope flees from them and accidentally glitches into the Disney Princesses chamber. They gasp when they notice her]
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During the end credits, for a few seconds, an IP address appears under the "Edited by Jeremy Milton, ACE" name -- 22.214.171.124 See more »
In the UK version, eBoy is voiced by British YouTube personality, Daniel Middleton. See more »
Someone says that this "Ralph Breaks the Internet" is the worst Disney film. I cannot agree because it is not even a film. There is no plot at all. The first half displays some of the Internet products like eBay, YouTube, instagram, etc. The second half shows off the asset of Disney, such as Marvel, Star Wars and Disney princesses. In some sense, this is just a advertisement rather than a film. I do not know how much eBay, Google or Facebook pay Disney, but it is awful to see commercials all through the film.
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