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Ralph Breaks the internet (2018)
Ralph Breaks the mạng internet (2018)

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

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Rating: PG (Some kích hoạt and Rude Humor)

Genre: Kids & family, Comedy, Adventure, Animation

Original Language: English

Release Date (Theaters): Nov 21, 2018 wide

Release Date (Streaming): Feb 12, 2019

Box Office (Gross USA): $201.1M

Runtime: 1h 52m

Distributor: Walt Disney

Production Co: Walt Disney Animation Studios

Sound Mix: Dolby Atmos, Dolby, DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS

Aspect Ratio: Scope (2.35:1)

Cast và Crew

John C. Reilly

Ralph Voice

Sarah Silverman

Vanellope Voice

Gal Gadot

Shank Voice

Taraji p. Henson

Yesss Voice

Jack Mc

Felix Voice

Jane Lynch

Calhoun Voice

Alan Tudyk

More Voice

Alfred Molina

Double Dan Voice

Ed O"Neill

Mr. Litwak Voice

Sean Giambrone

The eboy Voice

Flula Borg

Maybe Voice

Kristen Bell

Anna Voice

Auli"i Cravalho

Moana Voice

Kelly Macdonald

Merida Voice

Mandy Moore

Rapunzel Voice

Anika Noni Rose

Tiana Voice

Irene Bedard

Pocahontas Voice

Linda Larkin

Jasmine Voice

Paige O"Hara

Belle Voice

Jodi Benson

Ariel Voice

Phil Johnston


Rich Moore


Phil Johnston


Pamela Ribon


Clark Spencer


John Lasseter

Executive Producer

Jennifer Lee

Executive Producer

Jeremy Milton

Film Editing

Henry Jackman

Original Music

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After a clunky few scenes that seem nội dung to recall the first film more than expand on it, “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” the sequel to lớn 2012’s beloved “Wreck-It Ralph,” really opens up & delivers for kids & adults. It even becomes the rare product of the Hollywood machine that questions some of the lessons that have come before it, particularly in relation khổng lồ the myth of the “Disney Princess,” but also with a well-done theme that offers a richer truth than a lot of family entertainment. As a parent of three boys, trust me when I tell you that a lot of kids movies are about “getting people together”—to size a team, stop a bad guy, solve a problem, etc.—and no one is denying the importance of team-building as a lesson for kids, but “Ralph Breaks the Internet” dares khổng lồ encourage kids khổng lồ not only be themselves but allow their friends to be true to lớn their wants and needs as well. Your friend doesn’t have khổng lồ be exactly like you to lớn be your friend. It’s a message that’s very well-threaded through an entertaining, clever ride.

Unlike “Incredibles 2” which compressed real-world time khổng lồ produce a sequel that picked up immediately after the action of the first film, six years have gone by in the world of Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope (Sarah Silverman). The former villain is happy with his routine of working in his trò chơi in Litwak’s arcade during the day and hanging out with his best bud at night. They even get some recreation time in the Tron game và hang out at Tapper’s khổng lồ drink root beer. Felix (Jack Mc
Brayer) & Calhoun (Jane Lynch) are back as well, but this is all mere prologue khổng lồ the bulk of the film, which unfolds when Litwak plugs in a Wi
Fi router. Seeking something more adventurous than her repetitive tracks in Sugar Rush, as well as a new wheel to lớn fix her broken game, Vanellope races off to the mythical internet & Ralph follows.

Just as the first “Wreck-It Ralph” allowed for consistent references to the world of arcade games, sending its protagonists lớn the internet allows for a regular flow of jokes and easter eggs for adults & kids. The kiến thiết of the internet here looks a little like the future sky-cities of “The Fifth Element,” with avatars of real-world users racing in every direction. Those exhausted by real-business branding in family films may want lớn turn away as the creators of “Ralph” have blended their reality with our own, resulting in numerous shots of real logos for companies lượt thích Amazon, e
Bay, & Pinterest alongside made-up ones lượt thích Knowsmore & a hit game called Slaughter Race. That GTA-inspired racing trò chơi is where Vanellope discovers that her skills are going khổng lồ waste in Sugar Rush. She might want more of her digital life than Ralph, và the mạng internet promises new opportunities.

There are a number of smart themes woven through “Ralph Breaks the Internet” in ways that kids may not fully grasp but are mở cửa for conversations they can have with their parents after. Unlike soulless hàng hóa placement films like “The Emoji Movie,” the writers here grapple with the concept of the mạng internet as an amplifier, for good and bad. Without spoiling, the final act of “Ralph Breaks the Internet” hinges on how the mạng internet broadcasts Vanellope"s and Ralph’s insecurities, something it arguably has the nguồn to do for everyone.

Of course, kids will go for the kích hoạt and comedy, both of which are here in abundance, even if the script feels lượt thích it could have used a little tightening (112 minutes is pretty lengthy for an animated adventure). For the most part, “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is astute và funny, especially in a fantastic subplot involving Vanellope meeting the “Disney Princesses,” the heroines from films like “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,” “Tangled,” “Pocahontas,” “The Little Mermaid,” và many more. They tell her how they break into tuy nhiên when they’re sad, usually while looking at a body toàn thân of water, và how often they need men to lớn save them. It’s an incredibly witty scene that wrestles with Disney’s legacy when the filmmakers could have just included another tribute khổng lồ the company that pays their bills.

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” works best when it takes risks lượt thích that. So many family filmmakers think they need khổng lồ take as few risks as possible—offering easily digestible nội dung that parents can use as a babysitter more than a teaching tool. But “Ralph Breaks the Internet” works because it doesn’t pander, and it doesn’t simplify. In the first movie, Ralph learned he was more than a bad guy. In this one, he learns that it’s OK to want variety and stand out from the crowd. If only more animators could learn the same lesson as Ralph.


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