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
Bill Hader and Alan Tudyk have also appeared in films of 20th Century Fox's Ice Age franchise on separate occasions. Tudyk was in the first, second and fourth films Hader was in the third film. See more »
In the first film, where Ralph meets Vanellope, it's the 30th anniversary of the Fix-It Felix Jr. arcade game. But in this film, Ralph says that he met her after he'd been around for 27 years. 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]
See more »
There is a credit for "Production Babies", which lists the first names of the children born to the crew during production. See more »
The Indonesian release cuts the post-credit scene out, due to the country not being familiar with "Never Gonna Give You Up". See more »
It is an unmitigated cinematic disaster that deserves to be mercilessly beaten in a brutal, bloody fashion. Dissing cheery children's films can feel a bit like kicking a kitten and we all know how that would go down on social media, even in animated form. But sadly this, while not as irredeemably, horribly awful as I was expecting, is still pretty rubbish.One wishes that this movie could be erased from existence - but for now, let's hope that the burning wreckage acts as a warning to never, ever do this again.Let's hope this isn't the future of animated features.Plotless, joyless and cash-grabbing, Ralph Breaks the Internet deserves the brunt of our wrath because it showcases everything wrong with Hollywood. A comedy that tries to tune with these times, but that will not remain precisely in the history of the genre. I don't recommend to see it.It's such a big waste of time. Perhaps save your money for holiday films.
56 of 99 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this