Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph
Wreck-It Ralph




97 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy



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Disney dazzles with this inventive computer-animated comedy that imagines what would happen if arcade game characters could come to life and go game-hopping after dark. A frantic, rainbow-coloured confection packed with clever and hilarious in-jokes, it sees massive-fisted villain Ralph decide to change his reputation as a brainless destroyer by escaping into other games in his arcade and becoming a hero instead. But while this noble mission lets him explore visually amazing new worlds, it also has terrible repercussions, accidentally unleashing a powerful digital enemy that threatens the entire video game universe. Of course, it's up to Ralph and some unlikely allies to save the day, in a feast of fun and excitement that will delight viewers of all ages.


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Contains mild violence

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