I saw this movie on Monday with my dad and brothers. We all enjoyed the movie. It stars John C. Reily, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch and Jack McBrayer. In this film, Ralph (Reily) is the villan of an arcade game called Fix-It Felix, Jr., in which the hero of the game, Felix (McBrayer), must fix a building that Ralph destroys. Ralph has been the villan for 30 years now, and he is tired of being the bad guy. So one day, he leaves his game to prove he can be a hero and enters another arcade game, a first-person shooter called Hero’s Duty, in which the game’s leader, Sergeant Calhoun (Lynch) and her army must battle Cy-Bugs, the game’s villans, and get to the top of a building. Ralph later crash-lands in Sugar Rush, a kart-racing game set in tracks made of candy, where he meets one of the game’s characters, Vanellope von Schweetz, whose world is threatened when Ralph accidentally unleashes a deadly enemy that threatens the entire arcade.
I would recommend this movie to children all ages, and I think everyone will think it’s funny. Especially video game lovers will enjoy this movie.While those moments are great, most of the humor is much more broad-based, and the touching story will win over everyone, regardless of their ability to put a name to M. Bison’s face.From a homeless Q-Bert to Oreo guards at the candy palace, every minute of “Wreck-It Ralph” comes with a smile and a laugh. It’s worth plunking down some quarters.