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Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy
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.
A film guide that looks at Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (2009), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The LEGO Movie (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Visually peerless example of Hollywood coming to terms with computers, in which programmer Kevin Flynn get sucked into a game.
7–11 years 92 mins
Old-fashioned cowboy toy Woody is threatened by the arrival of flashy, hi-tech Buzz Lightyear in this character-driven animation from Pixar.
7–11 years 79 mins
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