If you want to teach your kids how the Internet works, Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet is the way to go. This film takes you on a journey through atypical router that has Wi-Fi and then the Internet itself.
It’s truly amazing how Disney was able to come up with a movie this detailed. Let’s dig in and talk about the film more.
John C. Reilly is the voice of Ralph, Sarah Silverman is the voice of Vanellope (Ralph’s best friend), and other stars are the cast of the new, hit animated film.
"Ralph Breaks the Internet", the sequel to 2012's "Wreck-It Ralph" earned over $120 million since its release on Nov. 21.
As you’re watching you’ll notice tons of big online stores and social media sites, which in simpler terms, is “in your face” paid production within just about every seen. I can only imagine how much money these certain companies produced just from having their names promoted in the film.
With a $175 million budget, Disney went all out to do whatever they could. As a result, they not only allowed audiences to watch this film but also have an ability to be in it. The film can be a roller coaster of emotions at times where things seem to be going up or down when it comes to friendships.
However, there may be some things that not everyone may understand from a technological standpoint, so be prepared for quite a bit of computer lingo/jargon throughout the film.
Ralph Breaks the Internet also gives concrete examples of how some people fight and never give up just to get something if they want it, no matter how impossible the task is or may seem to be.
This is what the film strongly emphasizes on, teamwork and we all know the saying relating to it: “teamwork makes the dream work”, one of life’s most important quotes and pieces of advice. The film is currently sitting atop first place for the top movies at the box office with a gross of over $120 million for Daily Box Office movies.
Another sequel, Creed II grossing at $14,131,561 is at second place, according to www.boxofficemojo.com. The duration of Ralph Breaks the Internet is 1 hour and 56 minutes. It was an almost empty theater the night I went to see the film, ironically.Lastly, here’s my official rating.
The movie was very well done, but it may be a bit tough for it to compete with some of the other movies that have done extremely well. Despite it relating to the Internet, kids may enjoy this film more than adults but if you happen to differ than that’s just fine too. No one is too old for fun or certain children’s movies. My rating for Ralph Breaks the Internet is 4 out of 5 stars.