Excerpt: If he can just earn a Hero medal, however, Ralph is sure he can get respect. But he knows this will never happen in Fix-It Felix, Jr. So he heads for Game Central Station, where all the games are linked together, to search for other opportunities to be a hero.
Excerpt: Get your head in the game. Disney’s best video game is not one you can play, but rather one you watch, as Wreck-It Ralph jazzes up the screen with pure fun and affection. Now the giant hit movie arrives on Blu-ray shelves. Press start for this Disney In Depth Blu-ray review of Wreck-It Ralph .
Summary: It’s all pretty much over-the-top fun, but the film sports a nifty emotional bond. It’s the kind of character that makes films like this have tremendous lasting power. Disney has a winner here, and I suspect that we’re going to be seeing a lot more of this world in the years to come.
Wreck-It Ralph – Ultimate Collector’s Edition: Blu-ray 3D/ Blu-ray / DVD + Digital Copy (Blu-ray Review)
6 March 2013
Conclusion: While I wish the movie hadn’t spent so much time in Candy Land, the rest of the movie is a lot of fun and it was great seeing all of the old video game characters together. The animation is superb, the voice acting is extremely well done (especially by John C.
Summary: Disney's Wreck-It Ralph has a celebrated video game bad guy tiring of his role and seeking a better life. Voiced by John C. Reilly, the character soon enough finds redemption Disney-style - in the form of a misfit little girl who's been ostracized in her own arcade game.
Conclusion: Funny, smart, and extremely entertaining, Wreck-It Ralph is the best film from Disney Animation in a long time and among the best of all of 2012 cinema. The dazzling feature presentation of Disney's Blu-ray 3D combo pack does not disappoint in any way.
Excerpt: Nominated for both the Golden Globe and the Oscar for Best Animated Feature, Wreck-It Ralph is the 53rd official feature-length animation from Walt Disney Productions. Its story takes us on an adventure into the secret life of video games, as seen through the eyes of the eponymous Ralph.
Excerpt: Wreck-It-Ralph is bridged with grand video game references. As we begin, the dim arcades glow with tube screens sourcing the only light. Ralph (John C. Reilly) explains his dire circumstances as a bad guy archetype to a support group of recognizable video game villains.
Conclusion: I love the direction that Disney Animation is headed. It reminds me of their winning streak in the '90s. ' Bolt ' was much better than it should have been, ' The Princess and the Frog ' was a great return to the traditionally animated princess genre, 'Tangled' was refreshingly enjoyable and ' Winnie...