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02/01/19

RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET (Movie Review)


Everybody used to think of Wreck-It Ralph as a bad guy, the big, lumbering fellow who always destroyed everybody’s arcade-gaming fun. But when he became best buds with Vanellope, a feisty little cutie from the racing game Sugar Rush, it changed everything.

Since then, life as a video game character in Mr. Litwak’s Family Fun Center has been good. Well, for Ralph, anyway. I mean, he would be satisfied if things just trundled along like they always have ‘til the end of time. You do your job in your own arcade game by day, and you meet your pals for a cheery root beer at Tappers by night.

Vanellope, however, isn’t so content. Maybe it’s her sugar-fueled lifestyle. She loves Ralph and the gang and all, but … she sure wishes there could be something new in her racing game once in a while. She knows every track, she’s mastered every turn. If only there could be more.

Of course, when your BFF tells you she wants something new, naturally, you wanna help. So Ralph takes his big old sledge hammer fists into Sugar Rush to mix things up a bit. And … things don’t go so well. In fact, his actions end up breaking the game.

And a broken arcade game will get unplugged.

And an unplugged game means really bad things for that games’ racing residents.

And there’s only so much time before a glitching Vanellope might just glitch her way out of existence.

Ralph has to fix this problem, pronto. Fortunately, Mr. Litwak recently installed something called WiFi in the arcade. That may sound like a game about arranged marriage—it did to Ralph—but it’s really an open door to a fantastic place called the internet. And Ralph has heard that you can get anything in there, even an old part for an ancient arcade game. How hard can it possibly be?

Soon, he and Vanellope set off together for this virtual utopia, in search of the proper part. All they have to do along the way is figure out how to get their hands on something called money.

That shouldn’t be too hard in a wondiferous, wish-fulfilling wonderland like the World Wide Web.

Right?

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