More Wreck it Ralph! (Now you see I just plain like Wreck it Ralph!)


Wreck-It Ralph

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Wreck-It Ralph
Theatrical release poster depicting the protagonist, Ralph, along with various video game characters
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Rich Moore
Produced by Clark Spencer
Screenplay by Phil Johnston[1]
Jennifer Lee[1]
Story by Rich Moore
Phil Johnston
Jim Reardon
Starring John C. Reilly
Sarah Silverman
Jack McBrayer
Jane Lynch
Music by Henry Jackman
Editing by Tim Mertens
Studio Walt Disney Animation Studios
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Release date(s)
  • October 29, 2012(world premiere)
  • November 2, 2012(United States)
Running time 101 minutes[2]
Country United States
Language English
Budget $165 million[3]
Box office $435,402,791[3]

Wreck-It Ralph is a 2012 American 3D computer-animated fantasycomedy film[4] produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.[5] It is the 52nd animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. The film was directed by Rich Moore, who has directed episodes of The Simpsons and Futurama, and the screenplay was written by Jennifer Lee and Phil Johnston from a story by Moore, Johnston and Jim ReardonJohn Lasseter served as the executive producer. The film features the voices of John C. ReillySarah SilvermanJack McBrayer, and Jane Lynch. The film tells the story of the titular arcade game villain who rebels against his role and dreams of becoming a hero. He travels between games in the arcade, and ultimately must eliminate a dire threat that could affect the entire arcade, and one that Ralph may have inadvertently started.

Wreck-It Ralph had its world premiere on October 29, 2012,[6] and went into general release on November 2. The film was met with critical and commercial success, and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film and the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature,[7][8] and won the Annie Award for Best Animated Feature.[9]




When Litwak’s Arcade closes at night, the various video game characters leave their normal in-game roles and are free to travel to other games. Within the game Fix-It Felix, Jr., the characters celebrate its titular hero but shun the game’s villain character, Wreck-It Ralph. At a support group for video game antagonists, Ralph reveals his desire to stop being the bad guy. Back at home, Ralph finds the other characters celebrating their game’s 30th anniversary without inviting him. Felix reluctantly invites Ralph to join them, but the others ostracize him, saying he would have to earn a medal, just as Felix does in their game.

At Tapper‘s, Ralph learns that he can win a medal in the first-person shooter game Hero’s Duty. Ralph enters the game and encounters Sergeant Calhoun, its no-nonsense leader. Between game sessions, Ralph climbs the game’s central beacon and collects the medal, accidentally hatching a Cy-Bug, one of the game’s enemies. The Cy-Bug clings to Ralph as he stumbles into an escape pod that launches him out of the game. Meanwhile, with Ralph missing, a girl reports to Litwak the arcade owner that Fix-It Felix, malfunctioning. Since broken games get unplugged, leaving their characters homeless, Felix goes to find Ralph.

Ralph crash-lands in Sugar Rush, a kart-racing game. As he searches for his medal, he meets Vanellope von Schweetz, a glitchycharacter who takes the medal and uses it to buy entry into a race. King Candy and the other racers refuse to let Vanellope participate, claiming that she is not really part of the game. Ralph helps Vanellope build a kart. At her home in Diet Cola Mountain, an unfinished racing course, he discovers that she is a natural racer.

Back in Hero’s Duty, Felix meets Calhoun, who warns that the Cy-Bugs are capable of taking over any game they enter. As the pair searches for Ralph and the Cy-Bug in Sugar Rush, they separate when Felix, enamored with Calhoun, inadvertently reminds her of her fiancé, who had been killed by a Cy-Bug in her backstory. Calhoun finds hundreds of Cy-Bug eggs underground, and Felix becomes imprisoned in King Candy’s castle during his search for Ralph.

King Candy hacks the game’s code to retrieve Ralph’s medal and offers it to him, explaining that letting Vanellope race would be disastrous for both her and the game. Fearing for Vanellope’s safety, Ralph wrecks the kart and returns to his own game, but finds that everyone has evacuated, expecting the game to be unplugged in the morning. Ralph then notices Vanellope’s image on the Sugar Rush cabinet and realizes she is an intended part of the game, not a glitch.

Ralph returns to Sugar Rush, finds Felix and Vanellope, and asks Felix to fix the wrecked kart. As the race proceeds, the hatched Cy-Bugs attack and Felix, Calhoun, and Ralph battle them. When Vanellope catches up to King Candy, he reveals that he is actually Turbo, a character from an old game who sabotaged a newer game out of jealousy, causing both to be unplugged. Vanellope escapes from Turbo, who is consumed by a Cy-Bug. The group flees the doomed game, but Vanellope finds she cannot pass through the exit. Calhoun says the game cannot be saved without a beacon to attract and kill the Cy-Bugs.

Ralph heads to Diet Cola Mountain, where he plans on collapsing its Mentos stalactites into the cola at the bottom, causing a blinding eruption that would attract the bugs. Before he can finish, Turbo, merged with the Cy-Bug that had consumed him, carries him away. Ralph breaks free and dives toward the mountain, intending to sacrifice himself to start the eruption on impact. Vanellope in turn uses her glitching abilities to save Ralph. The eruption starts and draws the Cy-Bugs to their destruction, including Turbo. Vanellope crosses the finish line, restoring her memory and status as Princess Vanellope, the game’s ruler and lead character, while keeping her advantageous glitching ability. Felix and Ralph return to their game in time for Litwak to see that it still works, sparing it from being unplugged. Calhoun and Felix marry, and the characters of Fix-It Felix, Jr. gain a new respect for Ralph


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2 thoughts on “More Wreck it Ralph! (Now you see I just plain like Wreck it Ralph!)

    • You know, it’s on DVD today! It’s really funny. Maybe I’ll tell mom to put a blog post about Wreck it Ralph… I don’t know. Maybe. Hey, Mo Mo! Guess
      what! A while ago, I was outside playing on my scooter. Then I saw two birds. They were climbing into a little hole in our guter/roof. One had a twig in it’s mouth, and the other had mud in it’s mouth. The one that looked like a boy flew off, and the other that looked like a girl stood here. I walked up to get a closer look, but the mom bird flew fast into the little hole. I walked away. I saw the mama bird’s head stick out and look around. She looked at me, and flew back in. A week pasted and I can see the nest and the little eggs with the mama bird on it. When the daddy bird is not around, the mama bird flies out and lets me get a close look at her eggs. But when I almost touch one, the mama bird pecks me with her beak. But it’s nice that the mama bird let me get a close look at her eggs. When the daddy bird is there, he takes no chances and pecks me with HIS beak when I’m two inches away from the little hole with the nest on it. Sometimes the birds forget who I am if I’m gone a long time and fly away when I get close. They are robins. I can see the cute blue eggs and wait for them to hatch to see the cute / ugly baby birds. I always wanted to see a mama bird teach her babies how to fly. They picked a perfect place to make thier nest! 1. It’s by a girl who loves animals, (thats me!) 2. It’s by a nice good soil were lots of worms live (for thier food!) 3. It’s by a soft, grassy area (so the babies will land on something soft if they fall during flight practice!) 4. The little hole is nice for covering them from the rain . Right now as I’m typing, I can hear the mama bird and the daddy bird chirping a lot! I named the mama bird Amy, and the daddy bird Jim. I’m going to name the three eggs, Lucy, Lily, and Lyla! I can’t wait to see you soon and show you the little hole were the birds once lived in.
      ~ Lucy Seward

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