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Ralph Breaks The Internet

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Emily Beckmann

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Ralph Breaks The Internet, directed by Phil Johnston and Rich Moore, is a family sequel to the 2012 film Wreck-It Ralph. Six years after the events of Wreck-It Ralph, Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly, and Vanellope, voiced by Sarah Silverman, discover a series of troubles and become closer friends in the process. In order to overcome these troubles they need to go into the forbidden internet router to order Vanellope a new steering wheel for her arcade game before it is unplugged for good. While traveling to the internet, they discover that the world of internet is much more expansive and thrilling than what they’re used to. Throughout this film, Vanellope realizes that her game back home isn’t what she wants anymore and Ralph has to comprehend with the fact that he may not be going home with his best friend.

About half of the online movie reviews show that this film did very well and the other half say that it did very average. Overall, Ralph Breaks The Internet got a 68 percent audience score and a 89 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. This movie got a 7.6 out of 10 on imdb.com and is shown to be a great movie for children. Ralph Breaks The Internet is currently showing at Northwoods Cinema 10 in Owatonna and is estimated to come out on DVD in February of 2019. This film runs at one hour and fifty two minutes long and is rated PG. Reviews from critics appear clear that this movie is for younger audiences. Edward Porter from rottentomatoes.com said, “The concept and jokes aren’t great, but there’s a whooshing, kid-pleasing fair to the film, and it gets away with a few brazenly commercial nods to other disney movies.”

The concept and jokes aren’t great, but there’s a whooshing, kid-pleasing fair to the film, and it gets away with a few brazenly commercial nods to other disney movies.”

— Edward Porter

Ralph Breaks The Internet has everything to appeal to younger children and connects perfectly with Wreck It Ralph, but it does not necessarily entertain all the adult viewers. Although some older audience members did not seem entertained, this film has a powerful message to all that an individual should be able to feel complete while being independent too. Ralph Breaks The Internet is just as good as the original and both movies will not leave a single audience member with dry eyes.

 

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Emily Beckmann is a senior this year at the Owatonna Senior High School. Outside of school she is a Wyldlife leader and is very involved in Younglife....

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