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Blu-ray Review: 'Wreck-It Ralph: Ultimate Collector's Edition'

3/12/2013 12:00pm EDT
Wreck-It Ralph
Ready to add a little video game into your animated flick?  Then insert a quarter as we review the new to Blu-ray flick "Wreck-It Ralph: Ultimate Collector’s Edition" out now from Walt Disney Home Entertainment.  The game-hopping adventure gets reviewed below!



   Title: "Wreck-It Ralph: Ultimate Collector’s Edition"

   Grade: 4

   Cast: Voices of John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch

   Director: Rich Moore

   Rating: PG

   Runtime: 108 minutes

   Release Company: Walt Disney Home Entertainment



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Check Out 'Wreck-It Ralph' On DVD, Blu-ray & More March 5

3/3/2013 6:52am EST
Wreck It Ralph
An 8-bit video-game character attempts to shed his bad-guy image by escaping into a popular first-person shooter but inadvertently wreaks havoc in the video-game universe by freeing a digital villain who can only be contained with the help of a most unlikely ally in the colorful animated adventure "Wreck-It Ralph."

Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) is the arch nemesis of Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer), one of the most beloved video-game icons of all time. In a noble bid to prove he is more than the sum of his programming, Ralph sneaks from his cozy retro home into a highly advanced combat game...

80s Nostalgia, Pirates! & Frankenweenies: Which Film Will Win The Oscar For Best Animated Feature?

2/24/2013 2:30pm EST
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Two years after winning this Oscar for Toy Story 3, Disney's back in the mix with not one, but two animated features amongst the five nominees in the category.

The studio will have better odds of winning -- but it's not a question of if one of their two films will win, it's a question of which one will win.

The clear choice here is Wreck-It Ralph, the highly nostagic story of a retro, 80s-style video game bad guy who just wants to be a good guy.

There should be little competition from the two Halloween-themed films: Tim Burton's lacking Frankenweenie and the equally 'meh' ParaNorman.


Lincoln, Life Of Pi & Les Mis Lead 2013 Oscar Nominations (See Full List)

1/10/2013 10:13am EST
This year's Oscars host, Seth MacFarlane, was accompanied by actress Emma Stone Thursday morning to announce the nominees for the 85th annual Academy Awards.

Over 400 media representatives from around the world attended the 5:30am (Pacific) press conference to find out which films and stars are this year's cream of the crop.

Not surprisingly, Steven Spielberg's Abraham Lincoln biopic Lincoln led the pack with a whopping 12 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Daniel Day Lewis), and Best Director (Spielberg).

There were few surprises amongst this year's nominees, most notably ...

'Wreck-It Ralph' Wrecks The Competition At The Weekend Box Office

11/5/2012 10:06am EST
Wreck It Ralph
"Wreck-It Ralph" grossed $49.1 million at the weekend box office, earning almost twice as much as Denzel Washington's "Flight" ($25 million). "Ralph" was Disney's highest-grossing opening weekend ever for an animated movie.

In the film, a video game character attempts to get rid of his bad guy image by escaping into a popular first-person shooter, but he inadvertently wreaks havoc by freeing a villain who can only be contained with the help of a most unlikely ally.

Ben Affleck's Iranian hostage crisis drama "Argo" fell from first to third place with a $10.2 million.

Review: Disney's 'Wreck-It Ralph' Will Please Gamers Of All Ages

11/4/2012 4:00pm EST
Wreck It Ralph Support Group
Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph” is a fun, playful romp that lives up to its ambitious attempt to appease video game lovers of all ages. It does this by combining the aesthetics of a Pixar film, the same reverence for video games as “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” and zany characters reminiscent of ones from “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”

Videogame baddie Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly), isn’t actually a bad person, he’s just tired of being misunderstood. After 30 years of work, he longs to be loved like his nemesis, Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer). Since people in his video game world only appreciate he...

Weekend Movie Preview: 'Flight,' 'Wreck-It Ralph,' 'The Man with the Iron Fists,' & 'A Late Quartet'

11/2/2012 1:00pm EDT
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This weekend at the theater, Robert Zemeckis returns to the land of live-action with the Denzel Washington drama “Flight,” the videogame world is turned upside down when a villain decides to switch sides in “Wreck-It Ralph,” Wu-Tang rapper RZA makes his directing debut with the kung fu flick “The Man with the Iron Fists,” and a classical music group struggles to prevail against inner turmoil in “A Late Quartet.”

Today’s column contains my reviews of “Flight,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” and “A Late Quartet” along with my predictions about how “The Man with the Iron Fists” will be.


An airl...

John C. Reilly Using 'Wreck-It Ralph' Press Tour To Help Victims Of Hurricane Sandy

11/1/2012 11:04pm EDT
John C. Reilly
Walk Hard star John C. Reilly is using TV appearances to promote his new movie Wreck-It Ralph to urge viewers to donate to the Red Cross and help the victims of former Hurricane Sandy.

Sitting down for a chat with comedienne Chelsea Handler on her show Chelsea Lately on Wednesday, the actor admitted he felt silly talking about an animated family movie when so many people on the east coast were homeless or without power after Monday's storms.

He said, "There's an elephant in the room. There's this major major thing that happened on the east coast... (and) people are gonna be dealing with i...

Skrillex Gets Animated For Disney's 'Wreck-It Ralph'

9/20/2012 1:30pm EDT
Electronic dance music star Skrillex is getting animated for a cameo in Disney's forthcoming movie Wreck-It Ralph.

The dubstep DJ was asked to provide the soundtrack for the family project, which features the voices of John C. Reilly and Jane Lynch, and producer Clark Spencer decided it would be fun to turn Skrillex into a cartoon character too.

Spencer reveals the musician was "ecstatic" to be invited to make an appearance in a party scene, but he was very particular about his character's look.

He tells Britain's Total Film magazine, "We built his model, we put on his look, and we se...