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Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)

Video game bad guy Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope's video game, "Sugar Rush." In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet -- the netizens -- to help navigate their way, including an entrepreneur named Yesss, who is the head algorithm and the heart and soul of trend-making site BuzzzTube.

Release Date: November 21, 2018

449 Movie Reviews
  • banjokazooieboy
    banjokazooieboy5 days55 popcorn
    It is good.
    • starlite_safire
      starlite_safire2 months55 popcorn
      • 29zabraham
        29zabraham2 months44 popcorn
        I dont think this movie is good but it is great
        • stephany_hannah
          stephany_hannah3 months55 popcorn
          I have to say that this movie is one of the best movies yet!!! I love how unique the story is with two characters that get stuck in a game!!! It reminded me of all the wonderful apps and websites in the world!!! This book could teach you friendship, braveness, and honesty!!! Love all the characters, settings, and also the extra princesses from those Disney movies. I will give these five pieces of popcorn to help support this movie. If you haven't watched this movie I encourage you to go check it out!
          • angelachang
            angelachang3 months55 popcorn
            I think that this movie is so interesting and funny because ralph is very clumsy.
            • pandapal
              pandapal3 months55 popcornFeatured
              If you like the internet, then this movie is for you. Vanellope is tired of her same old racing game and ready for new challenges. But after a little accident, her game is about to be unplugged! The only way to save her game is going onto the internet to find a new steering wheel, so Ralph and Vanellope decide to go. Along the way, they meet new friends: and challenges! Will Vanellope and Ralph get her steering wheel before time runs out? This is a fantastic movie including real internet users, and real websites. A few things can be a bit scary for real little kids, so I recommend ages 6+. Otherwise, I think this movie is a must-watch because of its relatable challenges, and strong friendship bonds. Enjoy! :) (five popcorn)
              • dinobasketball7
                dinobasketball74 months33 popcorn
                This movie was very funny.
                • mscvai
                  mscvai4 months55 popcorn
                  I don't know, i really like this movie and its fantastic. the first time I've watched it was on 2019, really good times.
                  • eagle_fan11
                    eagle_fan114 months55 popcornFeatured
                    First things first. This movie will be thoroughly enjoyed by kids still in elementary school. But from start to finish, this movie feels cynical and has few redeeming qualities. The expressive nature of the strong character designs, the fluid, and technically impressive animation, and the aesthetics of a more rebellious cyberpunk world juxtaposed alongside a sterilized depiction of the Internet is what keeps this movie from being terrible in my eyes. Ooh, and the princess scene. Okay. The first movie is, in almost every single way, superior to the second. That's because it seems like Disney's out for money with this movie and wants to capitalize on the hip trends of today. Sure, it doesn't fare as badly as The Emoji Movie in any respect, but it's so much blander by comparison. The titular character of Ralph seems to have regressed so far from what seemed like the substantial character development in the first movie, while Vanellope has a more reasonable yet still frustratingly simple problem with Ralph. She wants Ralph to let go of her so she can be free to do more with her life and break free from the shackles of everyday monotony while Ralph is a clingy crybaby for the entirety of the movie. He wants to stick by Vanellope and live an unchanging life for as long as he can possibly manage, breaking any rule as long as Vanellope stays with him. This movie will directly contrive itself in order to stretch out this thin, shallow conflict for as long as it can while leaving these undeveloped characters in a state of turmoil and basically dropping all the prominent side characters of the first movie. Fix-it Felix and Sergeant Calhoun aren't needed by the script anymore and are replaced by others like Yesss and Shank, the latter of whom is more interesting just because of the artistically interesting nature of her environment. These two characters are only here to steal the two protagonists away, with Shank's potential fading as she becomes Vanellope's source of guidance and nothing more. Fix-it Felix was someone other than Vanellope that Ralph could share his troubles with in the first film, and we don't see any interactions where he doesn't behave incredibly dumb as opposed to the first film. Take King Candy from the first film as another example. Someone twisted by the elimination of their game, he goes from oppressive and seeking fame to one that's obsessed with power. The only villain in this movie is Ralph's insecurity, something he's supposed to have moved on from. Something broken by random internet comments that go "you're so bad" because of course it's got to have a clean censor rating. Not only does the film fail to make these main characters interesting with their new arcs, but they also aren't able to do it for any other character that makes an appearance in this film. Disney shifting from video games to an explorable internet seems like a movement in line with their remakes, a desperate attempt to become the woke dudes that sees the quality of these films devolve slightly. Don't be deceived by that world of Disney in which the princess scene takes place, or the Ralph mobile game advertisements, or the absolute meme fest that is this movie. It's only better than the Emoji Movie in the sense that it's taking well-loved characters and building a new film in which they don't necessarily break said character. It's a marketing scheme that Disney financially benefits from in spades. Nowhere is this more apparent than the Ralph meme compilation that you'll only have the kids enjoying because it feels shoehorned in in order to appeal to the lowest common denominator. As evidenced by the first film, there are much better ways to do that.
                    • gold3nglare
                      gold3nglare6 months33 popcorn
                      It was definetly better than wreck it ralph. But I give it only 3 stars.