Ralph Breaks the Internet Reviews

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January 16, 2019
"Ralph Breaks the Internet" is a wonder! It captured the internet lifestyle completely, it showed all corners of the internet and its dangers. It never really shied away from anything. It has some beautiful things to say about relationships and it disguised them perfectly into this colourful adventure through the internet. The Vanellope-Ralph relationship is a wonder to watch, we rarely get to watch such a friendship between a guy and a girl character. "Ralph Breaks the Internet" is actually pretty entertaining and fun! Lets just put this out there as well, the Disney Princesses should have their own brand asap! I mean give them TV shows, movies, give them the whole deal! Their scenes were a wonder!
January 15, 2019
After the brilliance that was the original, like so many sequels, this is a huge let-down.
January 15, 2019
For me, the charm of the original was lost. This kinda gave me a headache to watch. Who is the antagonist? Old boy's insecurity? Ugh...... gtfo please.
½ January 15, 2019
The first half of the movie was funny and pretty fun. After they meet the princesses, however, it starts becoming a predictable, unfunny mess. They should've focused more on trying to make a good film instead of trying to push a political agenda into a kids movie.
½ January 15, 2019
Disney's 57th Animated Feature in which Ralph and Vanellope discover a wi-fi router in their arcade, which leads them to the world of the Internet in an attempt to save her game. A worthy sequel full of easter eggs and references so cleverly introduced that it is a pleasure to watch, including the representation of important Internet companies and Disney's most famous characters and features. It is a hard work of animation that pays off with an emotional message about the strength of friendship and the accomplishment of dreams. Good luck at the awards' season, even though Sony seems to be superior this time.
½ January 15, 2019
Ralph Breaks The Internet is a worthy successor, that keeps building on the relationships of the first movie with many hilarious, emotional and honest moments. It also features a large amount of pop-culture references that will appeal to both children and adults.
January 14, 2019
Eh inegavel que o filme possui seus momentos bons, engracados e divertidos, porem, pelo mundo a ser explorado, o da internet, deixou muito a desejar, em muitos momentos me senti perdido se o filme realmente gostaria de apresentar uma historia divertida e recuperar a magia dos jogos de fliperamas junto com a magia dos games novos onlines ou passar uma ideia, um ideal ou uma mensagem subliminar feminista/feminina de que garotas sao tao boas quanto garotos e de que todos devam seguir seus sonhos independente do que eh certo (assim como perdedores tambem sao sempre vencedores). A disney anda muito estranha ultimamente, antigamente criavam historias que duravam para sempre, hoje, criam mensagens que soh duram no tempo de exibicao do filme. Me senti frustrado, mais um filme para ser esquecido com o passar dos anos.

It is undeniable that the film has its good moments, funny and fun, but the world to be explored, the internet, left much to be desired, many times I felt lost if the movie really would like to present a fun story and recover magic of the arcade games along with the magic of the new online games or pass on an idea, an ideal or a subliminal feminist / feminine message that girls are as good as boys and that everyone should follow their dreams regardless of what is right (losers are be a winners too). Disney has been very strange lately, they used to create stories that last forever, today, they create messages that last only in the time of the movie. I felt frustrated, yet another movie to be forgotten over the years.
½ January 14, 2019
This truly is a testament to disneys ability to add charm and wonder to anything as the creators manage to make the internet a fun and imaginative world. But despite all the fun characters and funny scenarios, Ralph Breaks the Internet still cannot shake the fact its a mish mash of different ideas, characters and worlds all borrowed from other successful movies. While Venelope and Ralph are given compelling and emotional stories, much of the film seems a tick box exercise. The original film was so unique its a shame we lose the comedy, worlds and characters that made the first film a success.
January 14, 2019
Ralph Breaks the internet has a good moral message about insecurity and friendship but it does it with such messy execution and predictability that it leaves you restless in your seat, regretting your decision not to have stayed in and watched something better on the real internet.
It seems Disney animation is having an identity crisis. It is clambering to capture too many audiences while failing to entertain any of them. This becomes obvious when the script flip flops between meaningless fart jokes and songs that repeat the word slaughter too many times to be comfortable in a Disney film. Vanellope is a child protagonist whose acceptance of a dark teenage game makes you wonder at what the movie is trying to say. I cringed through jokes about death and grungy nods to games the target audience shouldn't even come close to knowing about. At one point Vanellope remarks 'Mother Fudger". Not a line I ever thought I would hear in a family film and one that legitimises the vulgar content for children. This is especially true when the main characters end up working for a viral pop up website which never truly gets held to account.
The movie does have delightful peppered moments that preach how the internet is a dangerous place but never delves deep enough to really feel there is a point.
The world building and visuals are of course rich and interesting but the way they change the locations in such a fast paced way can leave you feeling a little dizzy.
If that hasn't *wrecked* your appetite, this movie reads like a corporate advert. It peddles self referencial humour to a level I haven't seen until now. We see so many corporate logos we can almost hear the Disney shareholders rubbing their hands together. Company synergy over plot appears to be this movie's main drive.
Disney used to make timeless tales that pushed artistic boundaries and furthered the medium of animation. Alas this movie plays closer to a Tumblr blog post than the next Bambi.
January 14, 2019
Has a few great scenes but spends so much time on bland, safe internet parodies that the bunny-feeding scene from the trailer was cut because it no longer fit in this sanitized sequel.
January 14, 2019
Such a good movie and better than the first one. Kept the littles entertained
January 14, 2019
(Spoilers) Great successor to the Wreck-It Ralph movie, I'll admit it didn't leave as much as a profound effect on me as the first one did, but the idea was incredibly original and fresh, yet again, and the concepts of how the wifi, modem and how the internet world looks like - wow. Just wow. I was there with my mouth hanging the entire time Ralph and Vanellope zoomed into the internet. And how all humans were avatars in the internet world. It was so succulently fresh and I applaud the team for making the internet world even more magical than I ever thought it could be.

Applauses for how it touched "real issues". The Reddit community was saying it was "too real", but isn't that great? Going past boundaries people are afraid to touch, like the aspect of farewell a la Toy Story 3. Bittersweet but life goes on, and there are ways to overcome this together :)

The princess scenes are INCREDIBLE. That collaboration to "save a big and strong man" was iconic, along with Henry Jackman's background track that echoed each princess' theme. It was phenomenal. Nobody gave two hoots that Ralph was wearing a dress, Ralph didn't either (and even complained it was too small!) - and that made me smile!

And Vanellope's song! That blew me away! Never did I expect a true blue disney-esque song to appear in Wreck-It Ralph as much as I didn't expect to hear a song in How To Train Your Dragon 2!

Overall, very pleasant, but not as impressive as the first. Glad I saw this in the theaters, but bummed I missed the second after-credits scene. Couldn't get rick-rolled by Ralph himself. Bummer.
January 14, 2019
This is not a professional review. Wreck it Ralph Breaks the Internet was extremely disappointing. The plot felt so rushed and forced. The ending made no sense, and they completely ruined the characters and the growth from the first movie. The side characters like Fix It and Calhoun didn´┐ 1/2(TM)t get any screen time. I understand that this was supposed to be about Ralph and Vanellope, but they could have fit the other characters in at least a little. The whole plot of the first movie seemed to focus on accepting yourself and making the most of a bad situation. At the end of the movie, Vanellope was happy in her game and to have Ralph with her. The way she acted at the end of the first movie just makes the way she acted in the beginning of the second so... unnatural. The whole movie I felt like I wasn´┐ 1/2(TM)t looking at Ralph or Vanellope. In the first movie, Ralph was tough and determined. He wasn´┐ 1/2(TM)t a crybaby. In the first movie, Vanellope was so I´┐ 1/2(TM)m love with her game. She was so happy when everyone accepted her. But in the second it´┐ 1/2(TM)s like they are entirely new characters. Just with the Wreck It Ralph logo slapped on. Safe to say I am EXTREMELY disappointed with this move. The only redeeming qualities were the amazing cameos, and of course, the princess scene. (I also despised the singing scene because the real Vanellope would never do that). I understand that this may be a kid´┐ 1/2(TM)s movie, but that doesn´┐ 1/2(TM)t mean it has to butcher the first movie.
January 14, 2019
My niece and I did enjoy the movie even although it had its slow moments. It could have used a new sub-story(s) with the introduction of all the new internet characters rather them just being sidekicks used to move the linear story along. I guess we'll watch it again using boxxy software app.
½ January 14, 2019
An other movie that couldn't be made without feminist entitlements and supremacy infesting the storyline.
The earlier princess movies did have the male character save the princess, but instead of mentioning how much the princess characters have grown since then and how now the male and female lead characters need or depend on each other to save the day, it seems better to the writers to have the princesses comment about it as if it were inaccurate.
If the only way to teach little girls how to be competent and strong is by putting one gender above another and coming up with scenarios where the male characters are insecure and incompetent then there is no real virtue or merit to be learned here, only more lies concerning gender and no real equality.
January 14, 2019
Ralph Breaks the Internet has to be the most charming, nuanced and heartfelt animation feature this year.
½ January 13, 2019
dis movie has disney princesses's so it sux
January 13, 2019
It was your okay family movie, but was it necessary? It had a good, entertaining story, but the end had me confused and disappointed. I'd probably watch it again, but I guess my excitement from the first 'Wreck-it-Ralph' just didn't carry over as much in this new film.
½ January 13, 2019
I liked it a lot I did have lol moments but honestly I donÔ(TM)t know if itÔ(TM)s better than the original I mean Ralph did get downgraded from the super awesome bad guy to the way too hey buddy ol pal guy and was real winny comedy wise it I wouldnÔ(TM)t say itÔ(TM)s and upgrade but nor is it a downgrade itÔ(TM)s more mediocre some jokes dragged on like when trying to pronounce things although there are some real funny moments like the ones with the princesses it also tried to relate with both adults and kids which they both succeeded and miserably failed at the same time I would see it again but probably with people who havenÔ(TM)t seen it or there is nothing else it was a good first time experience but it probably wonÔ(TM)t be something I watch a lot though all in all it was pretty good if havenÔ(TM)t seen it I would recommend it
½ January 13, 2019
Very boring movie, I love most kids movies but this was just ridiculous, the story dragged out and the writing was sloppy this was the only movie that i have actually fallen asleep in.
Snooze fest
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