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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
The very popular YouTuber, DanTDM provides the voice of eBoy in the UK release of the film. See more »
In Wreck-It Ralph, where Ralph meets Vanellope, it's the 30th anniversary of the Fix-It Felix Jr. arcade game. But in this film (which takes place 6 years later), Ralph says that he met her after he'd been around for 27 years. See more »
[from trailer; Ralph is frustrated because of KnowsMore's AutoFill]
Looks like no-one put Humpty Dumpty together again. This guy's a little soft-boiled.
I'm pretty sure he's just trying to guess what you're gonna say.
Yes. I'm sorry, but my AutoFill's a touch aggressive, today.
Let me try.
[She clears her throat]
Ebay Sugar Rush steering wheel!
[She slams the search button. KnowsMore convulses wildly and colours flash. He returns to normal]
Oh. I only found one result for your query!
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A pink web browser scroll bar appears on the right side of the ending credits. As scroll bars should, it starts at the top and moves downward relative to the list of credits. It reaches the bottom when the credits conclude. 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 »
As a standalone film this was funny and nice to look at, but as a sequel it was terrible. Thus overall it was average. Wreck it Ralph is one of my favorite animated films - it managed to be an homage to retro gaming whilst telling a story about a misguided but loveable 'bad guy' finding out what really matters in life.
Ralph Breaks The Internet undoes all the good the first one did - Ralph is now an abusive (or should I say 'insecure') friend who has not one, but TWO cliche 'We were best friends and everything was perfect but now you did something that's upset me so I'm going to walk away and DON'T FOLLOW ME moments'. The film lacks any subtletly in dealing with its themes of toxic relationships (both personal and over the internet), and is far more comfortable in its amusing Internet references than it is in trying to make a statement.
There were so many missed opportunities to link it with the first film. For example, it is made clear that the allure of modern games is that they're constantly being updated and feel new. This was the perfect chance for the film to show that retro games, that always stay the same and live in our memory, have merit too. But nope, that didn't happen. To me, it feels like a Disney exec wanted to tell a story of the dangers / joys of the internet, and the dangers / joys of clingy friendships, but forced these messages into Wreck it Ralph where it just doesn't fit. It's used as a vehicle for this message, weaving its way around a bombardment of internet references in trying to do so.
I can understand why people enjoyed it - I laughed a lot during the first half, and one or two of the emotional moments were quite powerful. But in lacking any nuance or any reverence to the first film, I cannot recommend it to fans of the first.
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