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Wreck-It Ralph

ages 6+ | 95% Say It's Worth Your Time

Arcade-game character Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) is tired of always being the "bad guy" and losing to his "good guy" opponent, Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer). Finally, after decades of seeing all the glory go to Felix, Ralph decides to take matters into his own hands. He sets off on a game-hopping trip to prove that he has what it takes to be a hero. However, while on his quest, Ralph accidentally unleashes a deadly enemy that threatens the entire arcade.


Runtime: 1 hr 41 min

Genre: Comedy , Animated

Director: Rich Moore

Producer: Clark Spencer

Cast: Ed O'Neill, Adam Carolla, Dennis Haysbert, Edie McClurg, Sarah Silverman, Alan Tudyk, Horatio Sanz, Jane Lynch, Rachael Harris, Mindy Kaling, John C. Reilly, Stefanie Scott, Jack McBrayer, Roger Smith, Kyle Hebert, Reuben Langdon, Gerald Rivers

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  • AaronShill (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    If you know the code for getting 30 extra lives on the old Nintendo game Contra, you'll likely appreciate "Wreck-It Ralph" at a profoundly deep and nostalgic level.
    But for those who can't tell a Pac-Man maze from a Q*bert pyramid, there are other classic reasons to enjoy this film — quality storytelling, eye-catching animation and clever characters who are all too human despite being completely digital.
    "Wreck-It Ralph" is the latest from Walt Disney Animation Studios. John Lasseter is the film's executive producer, and, as with so many of the Pixar films he's helmed, it's the story that wins out. Set in an arcade world that encompasses everything from Space Invaders to ultra-modern shooter games that cost eight quarters to play, "Wreck-It Ralph" is a moving tale about oddballs trying to find a little acceptance.
    But there's a bonus for anyone who's played the likes of "Centipede" or "Dig Dug" on a stand-up arcade console. "Ralph" is a clever confluence of images, settings, sounds and characters from the past three decades of video game history. Those conversant enough in that culture will have a ball pointing out everything from Clyde the Pac-Man ghost to graphics from "Street Fighter."
    And Sonic the hedgehog. And Bowser. Yes, the gang's all here.
    But the main character is the product of a fictional game, "Fix-It Felix, Jr." Ralph (John C. Reilly) is a 9-foot, 643-pound, overall-clad wrecking ball of a man with a quick temper but a good heart. In the game, which is reminiscent of "Donkey Kong," Ralph does damage to an apartment building that the prim, proper and universally adored Felix must fix with his hammer.
    The game has lasted in the arcade for 30 years, but Ralph is reaching a breaking point. He's tired of being the bad guy. He wouldn't mind a few friends, either. He's realized that "it's hard to love your job when no one likes you for doing it."
    So he sets out seeking the only type of validation that exists in his game — a medal. His quest takes him from the high-definition world of "Hero's Duty," an all-too-real first-person shooter game with rapid gunfire and alien "cybugs," to "Sugar Rush," a racing game that looks like a candy-coated version of "Mario Kart."
    There he meets Vanellope (Sarah Silverman), with whom he has something in common. She wants to race, but she's considered an outcast because of her "glitch."
    They discover that their interests intersect and decide to team up. But Ralph's "game-hopping" has unintended consequences. When the building wrecker is a no-show in his own game, it leads to the dreaded out-of-order sign. He's also put "Sugar Rush" in jeopardy by accidentally importing a deadly cybug.
    Soon, the always reliable Felix (Jack McBrayer) and Sgt. Calhoun (Jane Lynch), a squadron leader from "Hero's Duty," find themselves in the sugary world trying to find Ralph and destroy the cybug.
    To top it off, the boss of "Sugar Rush," King Candy, is trying all he can to keep Vanellope from racing — for her own good, he says.
    Yes, the plot is a tad crowded, and so are the visuals. But "Wreck-It Ralph" successfully avoids being an assault on the senses for two reasons.
    First, the stories and struggles of Ralph and Vanellope provide emotion and depth.
    And second, it's just so much fun to see these drastically different video game worlds, with varying degrees of graphics, collide.
    Throwing together all these characters — smooth, fluid, high-def soldiers and blocky, jerky, 8-bit figures from a much earlier era, all with their attendant movements and sound effects — is great theater for longtime gamers.
    The voice lineup is, for the most part, well cast and unobtrusive. Reilly doesn't overdo it as the sullen yet temperamental Ralph, and Silverman turns on the cuteness with her character Vanellope, who is absolutely adorable.
    Unfortunately, the filmmakers just had to push a few buttons to make the movie PG rather than G, most notably an abundance of potty humor. You may find your kids leaving the theater repeating lines you wish they hadn't remembered.
    Parents might also want to note that there are a few scary images and a healthy amount of gunfire coming from the characters of "Hero's Duty." One character even gets eaten. As Ralph himself says, "When did the new games become so violent and scary?"
    But despite the neon bullets and the occasional trips to the bathroom for humor, "Wreck-It Ralph" is a blast of a film with a meaningful message.
    As is always the case with its Pixar contemporaries, "Wreck-It Ralph" is preceded by an animated short. "Paperman" is a black-and-white-with-a-touch-of-color, hand-drawn feature with a quirky plot and a lesson on persistence. It's enjoyable, but not quite as good as what we've seen in the past before the annual Pixar flick.

    November 1st, 2012 · Details
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  • kmakice (Male)

    ages 9+ | Worth Your Time

    The trailers unfortunately show too much, leaving few surprises in the movie. However, I did like how they tied the various bad guys together. My 9-year-old came away thinking the main villain was too creepy, ruling it out for his younger sibling.

    November 27th, 2012 · Details
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  • Ken (Male)

    ages 7+ | Worth Your Time

    It's been a while since I went to a movie and just plain enjoyed myself. Wreck-It Ralph is a movie that does that. It's very tame on content, has a fun storyline and good characters, and keeps moving at a pace that prevents boredom. Nothing about this movie jumps out at you as stupendous, but everything about it is enjoyable.

    A couple of extra mentions:

    * I challenge anyone to not get attached to the character played by Sarah Silverman (Vanellope von Schweetz)

    * For those of you who know who Skrillex is, there's an animated cameo that lasts about 0.5 seconds.

    * If any of the characters grow tiresome, Fix-it Felix does ... but only a little and only near the end.

    Take the family and watch Wreck-It Ralph ... it's worth it.

    November 8th, 2012 · Details
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  • marsupial (Female)

    ages 10+ |

    On a scale from 1-10 with 5 being average for a pg rated animated film, I would give Wreck it Ralph a 6 for humor and a 6 for storyline. If you have seen the previews, you have heard the funniest jokes.
    Violence: At the "Bad Guy" group therapy session, one bad guy tears the heart out of another bad guy and holds it for awhile and then puts it back in his chest.
    A man and a woman are in quicksand. They find that when the woman slugs the man in the face, it makes "Laffy Taffy vines" stretch down closer to them. The woman keeps slugging the man in the face until the vines get close enough for the couple to grab them and get out of the quick sand.
    Lots of potty humor
    Confusing topic: Younger children may get confused about whether or not it is good to be "bad."

    November 5th, 2012 · Details
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  • toddjhandy (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    Love, love, loved it! Watched it for family night this week, and it restored my faith in Disney's own animation unit. they had been phoning it in for years, and Pixar had taken the crown, albeit on Disney's behalf. This was so good it could have been a Pixar flick, though when credits roll and you see that John Lasseter was exec producer you say, "AHHHHH!" Great characters, great voices, great graphics, etc. And, as a child of the 80s who grew up playing arcade games, the references to actual 80s games was a bonus (EXTRA kudos to Disney for the placing of the quarters on the machine front to call "next up" to play!). AWESOME flick!

    March 21st, 2013 · Details
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  • sidra.morris (Female)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    Great family movie! Bugs were a little scary for younger than 4 or 5. Very clever, so it was fun for both the young and old.

    March 15th, 2013 · Details
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  • adamsmart (Male)

    ages 9+ | Not Worth Your Time

    I am a huge Disney fan, and the concept behind this movie was so cool. So my expectations may have been high, but I was not a fan of Wreck-it Ralph. It was not funny--the audience I was with was not laughing. And it felt a little too long. I also did not care much for Sergeant Calhoun or Felix, and their whole story--it was a little silly. Vanellope (a hopeful racing star in Sugar Rush) was a bright spot. Overall it probably isn't the best choice for your holiday family viewing. Note: the 'Paperman' short prior to the film was a lot more enjoyable than the movie itself.

    November 16th, 2012 · Details
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  • tpoppleton (Male) Deseret News Critic

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    "Wreck-it Ralph" is a really fun concept that mostly works as a film. Ralph and Vanellope are sympathetic characters and the cameos are great for any video game lover. But for me, the love for this movie actually belongs to that 7 minute short film before Ralph, "Paperman." The 2D/3D hybrid animation is beautiful and I really hope there are some feature films in the works that utilize the technology.

    November 16th, 2012 · Details
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  • Bob (Male)

    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    This has a great overall story with some fun graphics and really fun story line. It's an overall feel good movie that has some good laughs. I'd highly recommend this one.

    November 14th, 2012 · Details
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  • newmancl (Male)

    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    Good Disney flick. Similar to Bolt in many ways. The first 40 minutes are excellent. After that, it falls into the typical Disney paradigm. However, it is still very well made.

    November 11th, 2012 · Details
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  • Jim (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    I really enjoyed this one, as did my 7-year-old. If there is one thing kids understand these days, it's video games. The imagination applied to an 8-bit world really engages kids and also adults in a nostalgic way.

    Wreck-It Ralph was funny, interesting, and a great show to watch with kids. There wasn't a whole lot to be concerned about for children other than some mildy crude name-calling.

    November 9th, 2012 · Details
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  • britt124 (Female)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    i thought this movie was ADORABLE! it loses points for originality; its essentially Toy Story for video games, but it really caters to the culture that kids today can identify with. i highly recommend it!

    November 9th, 2012 · Details
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  • Ohmy (Female)

    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    A very entertaining family movie. For the adult audiences, it will be great to remember old school video games like Street fighter and Pacman, very cool jokes. I really liked the quality of the animation, very nice effects. For the younger kids, a nice "candy land" story can be very fun and a good message of friendship and courage that the whole family can enjoy. I am not a video game junkie and really liked it, so you do not have to be a video gamer to enjoy it. A must see for kids 6 and up. Some violence and gore might be too much for kids as young as 3.

    November 8th, 2012 · Details
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  • dogmanaut (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    "Wreck-It Ralph" is pretty much "Toy Story" for video games, but that's not a bad thing at all. Taking cues from Pixar's 1995 classic, Disney's new movie brings together 30-plus years of characters--some famous, some not so famous--but it's all done in a way that will still appeal to all the non-gamers in the audience. And for its first third, especially, "Wreck-It Ralph" is a blast. Unfortunately, the movie does start to chug a little once Ralph arrives in "Sugar Rush." The Willy Wonka-esque kart racing game (where a disproportionate amount of Ralph's story takes place) is brought to life with vivid colors and plenty of imagination, but it almost feels like the filmmakers got a little too caught up developing the candy land environment. The unique game-jumping premise and clever references to old school arcades that make the film's first 30 minutes so enjoyable kind of take a back seat to a story that's still a lot of fun, just much more conventional. In the end, though, whether you're a hardcore gamer or still think of "Pong" as cutting edge, "Wreck-It Ralph" is bound to become a family favorite.

    November 3rd, 2012 · Details
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  • kimruddhudson (Female)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Such a fun show. Both my 11 year old and my 19 year old daughters now claim this as their "favorite" movie! I can't begin to count the number of times this movie has been played in our home!!!

    April 15th, 2013 · Details
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  • sharonmarie.cosby (Female)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    My daughter 15 yrs. old. LOVED it! Nuff said!

    March 23rd, 2013 · Details
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  • Chelynne (Female)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    This is a super cute movie. I love the beginning section with all of the bad guys -- it gives you nostalgia of all the old Sega / Nintendo video games. This video has a great moral message and has enough twists for all ages to keep entertained.

    March 15th, 2013 · Details
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  • david.j.corbett (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    I thought that Disney was really dishing out some class on this movie. The plot and comedy was spectacular and easy enough for a child to understand. I haven't felt so tied to a Disney movie since the 90's. Disney thrillers just got better.

    March 13th, 2013 · Details
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  • airwad16 (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Great movie- and appropriate for every age. I am 24 and I loved it. Has a great storyline and teaches good morals for those mothers that look for that kindof stuff.

    March 13th, 2013 · Details
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  • dizzyd623 (Male)

    ages 4+ | Worth Your Time

    Made for kids but perfect for those of us who grew up in the 80's with classic 8-bit video games a nice flash back with a modern update perfect film for all ages

    February 28th, 2013 · Details
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  • gaz10elle (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    I was taken back to my arcade days. That movie was so clever, LOVED the idea of it and great for kids. Way funny too

    February 27th, 2013 · Details
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  • ventor (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    I was surprised by how good this movie is. Going in I was expecting anything from 'Chicken Little' quality (Oh the horror!), to the quality of Shrek. The needle leaned more to the Shrek quality of things as it turned out. As long as you don't take the context of the story too seriously (Everything takes place inside arcade consoles and their wiring) the story, plot and pacing are solid. In some ways this film plays out like a kiddy version of tron. The big difference being that there are no human characters inside the video games. Instead the programs/characters of the various games are completely intelligent beings, all learning and growing together. Ralph goes on a personal quest to better his situation in life and learns and grows through his many misadventures. The humor all plays out in a very thoughtful way. Except for a few bathroom humor jokes, the comedy is great in this. Most children over the age of 5 could see this without any worry from parents. But it is deserving of a PG rating for some intense military battle sequences involving scary looking insects and the bathroom humor. All in all, most people will enjoy the story and incredible eye-candy (In many parts this is literal) that is this film.

    February 2nd, 2013 · Details
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  • smoman (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    Great family entertainment.

    November 13th, 2012 · Details
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  • Chris (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    Far and wide one of my favorites of the year! My 7 year old loved it and my 3 year old was even entertained the whole movie. Amazing graphics, witty characters overall a success

    November 6th, 2012 · Details
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  • sneven (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    Bad guys aren't always bad.

    January 17th, 2014 · Details
  • Clearplay clearplay.com

    ages 3+ | Worth Your Time

    Of all of 2012’s animated features, I found Wreck–It Ralph to be the most enjoyable. Arcade fans and classic gamers in particular will find the videogame references to be funny and clever, and the movie’s theme plays upon the universal need to be accepted. Interesting plot twists, with solid vocal talent provided by Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch, Jack McBrayer, Ed O’Neill, Mindy Kaling, and Dennis Haysbert... See Full Review

    January 2nd, 2014 · Details
  • MormonMovieCritic (Female)

    ages 7+ | Worth Your Time

    I had no idea what to expect with this one, but really enjoyed it. It's such a clever premise to explore the world of video games!
    However, as a parent I'd be concerned with how bratty and mouthy the little girl Vanellope is. As a heroine (and SPOILER - a princess), I wanted her to be more respectful and well, less annoying.
    Overall, it's a lighthearted and fun film with great animation and interesting plot twists. I just wouldn't want my kids imitating some characters behaviors.

    August 9th, 2013 · Details
  • bendywhatler

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    I had no idea what to expect with this one, but really enjoyed it. It's such a clever premise to explore the world of video games!
    However, as a parent I'd be concerned with how bratty and mouthy the little girl Vanellope is. As a heroine (and SPOILER - a princess), I wanted her to be more respectful and well, less annoying.
    Overall, it's a lighthearted and fun film with great animation and interesting plot twists. I just wouldn't want my kids imitating some characters behaviors.

    July 27th, 2013 · Details
  • hotsoup (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    This was a really fun move to watch! It was funny, smart, and had a good story to it. I watched this with my siblings and we were laughing the whole way through, it's a great movie for kids.

    May 25th, 2013 · Details
  • travlucas (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    A little scary for the younger viewers. Not Pixar quality.

    May 20th, 2013 · Details
  • TheFireWolf (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    So I saw Wreck it-Ralph
    First off, the world created around the characters is positively amazing and fascinating. Much .like the concept when the original Toy Story came out this film's world is it's most important element. The characters inside the world are okay if a little bit cliche. Even with that complaint the cliche characters are very funny and mock the cliches given them, the concept of bucking society trends and social norms clear throughout the film. The idea of having the film about accepting yourself for who you are and embracing your talents was a very nice turn of events as well. Give this a purchase on DVD at least and enjoy it with your family.

    May 13th, 2013 · Details
  • jerthorne (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    Love it! Growing up in the 80's it hit so many video game genres so well!

    May 10th, 2013 · Details
  • Back-Row-Pete (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Good entertainment for young and old. Surprisingly so for a guy like me, who was turned off by the trailers. Try it… you’ll like it.

    April 24th, 2013 · Details
  • fur0n (Male)

    ages 3+ | Worth Your Time

    This is a great gamer oriented movie. This movie brings me through the eyes of the characters I remember playing as on the games I grew up with! I have even seen some 3 year olds watching it a lot lately! The movie made me wanting to go to an arcade afterword and start playing some of these awesome games (I couldn't find all of them). If you haven't seen this movie yet and you are into classic games then I must ask WHATS WRONG WITH YOU!

    April 18th, 2013 · Details
  • Gumpee (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    I did not see this movie in the theaters but I heard it was really good from a lot of people... so I bought it. I thought that it was a really good movie. I liked how it was original. There is no movie like this. It all takes place in a video game world. There was a lot of cool older games that it referenced that I used to play as a kid. This is a good show for the family.

    April 17th, 2013 · Details
  • dailyheraldmovies (Male)

    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    "Wreck-it Ralph" is totally awesome. It's the best film I saw in theaters in 2012. It's funny, sweet, exciting and appropriate for viewers of all ages.

    April 16th, 2013 · Details
  • jeremymacey (Male)

    ages 4+ | Worth Your Time

    This show is fun for all ages. My girlfriend's 3 year old loves it and walks about singing, "Fix It Felix, Woo Hoo!" Then she tells her mom that "She's a dynamite gal." This show is full of great humor, good storytelling, and enjoyment. It is one of the better Disney movies in recent years in my opinion.

    April 15th, 2013 · Details
  • bumbalinabee (Female)

    ages 5+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Even after seeing the previews, there were quite a few surprises. I watched this with my nieces, nephew and sister-in-law; we all enjoyed it from the 2 1/2 year old niece to my 30 something year old sister-in-law. There are a few "scary" moments, but overall it's a great and funny movie. The movie brings "old school" and "new school" together in more ways than one. Some people are saying this is basically a Toy Story plot, with just a different "background", characters, etc. I don't agree, I never saw "Toy Story" in Wreck-It Ralph.

    April 15th, 2013 · Details
  • kent.a.hastings (Male)

    ages 8+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Wreck my brain.

    April 12th, 2013 · Details
  • carol.roberts.1976 (Female)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    love this movie will watch over and over with the kids loved it

    April 11th, 2013 · Details
  • amanda.mullinax.5 (Female)

    ages 7+ | Worth Your Time

    Wreck-It Ralph is Disney’s latest addition to their animated movies. This movie is all about realizing who you are and accepting who you are. Ralph is a character in the game Fix-It Felix Jr. and he is the villain. He is a “wrecker” as his name would suggest and the hero, Fix-It Felix, is loved by all. Ralph grows tired of being the bad guy and ventures off into other games to be the good guy.

    Wreck-It Ralph teaches us all that we shouldn’t feel bad about things we can’t change. Ralph visits a self-help group where their motto is, “There’s no one I’d rather be than me.” Well, that’s part of it at least. This movie is a great kids movie and even adults will enjoy it. I’ve come to expect a lot from Disney movies over the years. This movie lives up to the standard and will leave you feeling good about yourself and your life. After all, if the villain in a video game can be a good guy you’re probably not doing so bad yourself.

    This is a see it movie if you have little kids or if you’re a gamer. If you’re just a normal college student you’ll like it but it probably won’t be your favorite.

    April 10th, 2013 · Details
  • andrewmacey23 (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    I loved this show! I think it's a great show for adults and kids alike. The tie into classic Nintendo games took me back to my childhood years. There are a few parts that may scare young kids, but I think most kids would be fine to see it. It's a fun, quirky, good story that will leave you feeling good at the end.

    April 9th, 2013 · Details
  • Mystygirl (Female)

    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    This was a FANTASTIC movie! Great for all ages. I have rated it 6+ due to the somewhat complexity of the storyline, younger viewers may not understand some of the concepts. My children have been to see this movie 3 times now and still want to go back for more. Colourful with a mostly fresh plot idea the adventure is super fast and interesting while the pace is just right to keep up with the movie across different age groups. We found ourselves in absolutely stitches at some parts of the movie and in tears in others. I highly recommend this for some great family entertainment.

    April 8th, 2013 · Details
  • girthbomb (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Enjoyed it very much.

    April 5th, 2013 · Details
  • triandhelp (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    Fun show that the little ones liked as well as the older children. Safe.

    April 5th, 2013 · Details
  • kalonni.tiffany (Female)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    Both my five year old son and fifteen year old daughter enjoyed this movie as much as I did. This is definitely a good family film.

    April 4th, 2013 · Details
  • jmlonghurst (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Awesome movie. Ralph is the loveable and underestimated 'bad guy' who wants to be a hero. A family friendly must see!

    April 1st, 2013 · Details
  • di.saunders1 (Female)

    ages 7+ | Worth Your Time

    This movie was fun to watch! I don't usually enjoy animated movies but this one is a keeper!

    April 1st, 2013 · Details
  • jedipadmaster (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    So good on so many levels.

    March 24th, 2013 · Details
  • amybuddy45 (Female)

    ages 3+ | Worth Your Time

    My kids, 3, 9 and 10 loved it..cute story line, had some funny moments and my 3 year old understood and loved it..this was her first movie

    March 22nd, 2013 · Details
  • WhiteChristmas (Female)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    This movie wasn't one I really wanted to go to, but I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. It was VERY funny. I loved the story.

    March 19th, 2013 · Details
  • tbtoone (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 7+ | Worth Your Time

    This is a fun, family movie, especially if your kids like video games. I found the story to be very creative and witty, and I thought there was a good lesson learned at the end. "Wreck-it Ralph" is definitely worthy your time.

    March 17th, 2013 · Details
  • logancoug (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    Potty humor was stupid and unnecessary. Everything else was fine.

    March 15th, 2013 · Details
  • Erin (Female)

    ages 7+ | Worth Your Time

    Fun movie, glad I didn't take my three year old to see it. She would have loved it but the game "heroes duty" would have been way to scary and gory. Great for about 7 and up even parents will enjoy it at least the first few times.

    February 17th, 2013 · Details
  • natec8 (Male)

    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    I loved this show. It is fun and has a good message. There are parts that are a little intense, such as when Ralph enters the game of Hero's Duty. I thought it was really creative and well done.

    December 17th, 2012 · Details
  • chfran (Male)

    ages 4+ | Worth Your Time

    Great for kids! Great for a nap for adults.

    December 6th, 2012 · Details
  • NellMinow (Female) Movie Mom

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    This is a marvelous environment for a story... Wreck-It Ralph is so persuasively authentic it seems to be entirely at home with what has been referred to as “the Roger Rabbit of video games.”... The witty and vibrant worlds are gorgeously imagined, with a satisfying balance of heart and humor. The story nimbly mixes existential questions of identity, purpose, and destiny with a sweet friendship... Parents should know that this movie includes video game violence with guns and explosions, some mildly disturbing images, characters in peril, and some potty humor... Read full review here

    December 5th, 2012 · Details
  • JosephMcAleer (Male) Catholic News Service

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    ...a clever 3-D animated adventure that explores the meaning of life inside the machine... "Wreck-It Ralph" is fast-paced and full of action, but some rude humor skews this film toward older kids and their baby-boomer parents... Along the way, older gamers in the audience will enjoy the cameos from classic video game characters... The film contains mild cartoonish violence and some rude humor... Read review here

    December 5th, 2012 · Details
  • JaneHorwitz (Female) The Washington Post

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    There’s a lot of toilet humor in “Wreck-It Ralph.” The level of mayhem and violence gets pretty intense later in the film. Ralph looks like the Hulk at one point. Kids 8 and older who love arcade and computer games will have good fun... Read the full review here

    December 5th, 2012 · Details
  • RogerEbert (Male) Chicago Sun-Times Critic

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    ...the art design and color palette of "Wreck-It Ralph" permit unlimited sets, costumes and rules, giving the movie tireless originality... makes a lovable guide through this arcade universe... Read full review here

    December 5th, 2012 · Details
  • ClaudiaPuig (Female) USA TODAY

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    ...inventive candy-colored fun and wicked humor... a bouncy, hilarious and heart-warming, game-trotting trip. Unlike a sugar rush, it provides lasting enjoyment... Read full review here

    December 5th, 2012 · Details
  • A.O.SCOTT (Male) The New York Times

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    ...a 93-minute blast of color, noise, ingenuity and fun... “Wreck-It Ralph” manages to be touching as well as silly, thrilling and just a bit exhausting. The secret to its success is a genuine enthusiasm... Read full review here

    December 3rd, 2012 · Details
  • JamesBerardinelli (Male) Reel Views

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    ...provides a strong layer of appeal to older viewers...The settings are colorful and the pace brisk... Wreck-It Ralph is probably the most effective animated family offering thus far in 2012...There's something very old fashioned about the core ingredients of Wreck-It Ralph; these blend well with the "hip" elements... Read full review here

    December 3rd, 2012 · Details
  • BillGoodykoontz (Male) Arizona Republic

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    “Wreck-It Ralph” is smart, funny, sweet and sassy...The movie is a treat for kids and the parents they drag to see it. Or maybe it’ll be the other way around. Either way. It doesn’t matter how you get to it. Just get there... flies off in all sorts of directions, all of them rewarding... If you are or have been a video-game fan anytime in the past 30 years, you’ll take extra delight in how characters from various games are used. But even if you’re not, you’ll take great delight in “Wreck-It Ralph” anyway... Read full review here

    December 3rd, 2012 · Details
  • elhenzo (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES EVER!

    November 18th, 2012 · Details
  • marchaa (Male)

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    The movie felt a little slow at times, but the detail is great, and the movie ties together quite a few life lessons at the end that can be used as teaching moments with your kids.

    November 17th, 2012 · Details

Okfor ages12+