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Submitted by bubs78 745d ago | review

Wreck It Ralph Review | Bone-idle

Bone-idle writes "Wreck-It Ralph is a union between two of the greatest of guilty pleasures, Disney movies and video-games. At times, this can be a shaky partnership, almost any Disney interactive video-game is a testament to this…Lilo and Stitch for the Playstation, in fairness, was like Crash Bandicoot for old-age pensioners. However, there are moments when it works beautifully. A shining example of this is the Kingdom Hearts series, and the reason these games work so well is because they are enjoyable games first, that happen to offer terrific fan service. You’d be fighting Hercules villains one moment and exploring Agrabah with Aladdin the next. This pastiche of characters winking at the audience is generally the same format that Wreck-It Ralph follows and, for the most part, it works." (Cinema, Wreck-It Ralph) 3/5

bubs78  +   745d ago
The Bad Guy AA Meeting was my favorite bit in the film.

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