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Rated PG-13 · 108 min. · 2012

Animation, Comedy


The title character in Disney's agreeably goofy new 3-D animated film is a 1980s-style arcade game bad guy in the tradition of Donkey Kong. He's a blue-collar sort of fellow, clocking in each day to suffer ignoble defeat at the hands of the game's goody-goody hero, Fix-It Felix. Ralph, voiced with great comic instincts by John C. Reilly, is tired of being the bad guy all the time. As a family entertainment, Wreck-It Ralph is an entirely professional production. Everyone delivers the goods, from the writers to the animators to the voiceover performers. But the underlying story is getting awfully familiar: the bad guy who turns good. Come on, Li'l Hollywood, let's get some new stories in the mix. Do it for the kids.


See our full review: <i>Wreck-It Ralph</i> is goofily charming

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Official Site: disney.go.com/wreck-it-ralph
Director: Rich Moore
Writer: Phil Johnston, Jennifer Lee, Rich Moore and Rich Moore
Producer: Clark Spencer
Cast: John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch, Adam Carolla, Jamie Elman, Rachael Harris, Dennis Haysbert, Mindy Kaling and Edie McClurg

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