Journey into unknown reaches of internet
Ralph and Vanellope embark on emotional roller-coaster of an adventure in this sequel
THE sequel to the beloved 2012 Pixar film,
is finally here and this time Ralph and Vanellope’s adventures will take them beyond the arcade and into the vast, unknown reaches of the internet in
Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Co-writer Phil Johnston, who worked on the original film said: “Ralph and Vanellope had only known each other for a short time, yet they became best friends and we love them for that. But it didn’t feel like their story was over; there were still more adventures to be had.”
And more adventures they certainly got, with a story that sees Vanellope (voiced by Sarah Silverman) becoming bored with her game, and wanting to expand her horizons.
Ralph (John C Reilly), meanwhile, couldn’t be happier with his role in
Tragedy strikes when Ralph, in an attempt to make Vanellope’s game a bit more fun, unwittingly sets off a chain of events that ends with a player ripping off the steering wheel of
Litwak, the arcade’s owner, learns that replacing the steering wheel would
Sugar cost more than the game makes in a year, and says he will have to unplug the game and sell it for parts.
To save Vanellope’s home, the two friends journey to the internet to find a place called Ebay where they might find a steering wheel for and an emotional, hilarious journey ensues.
Joining Ralph and Vanellope are some fresh faces, such as Shank (Gal Gadot), a tough-as-nails racer from the game and Yesss (Taraji P Henson), the lead program of the video site BuzzzTube.
Alongside them are some returning characters, including Ralph’s friend
Fix-It Felix Jr (Jack McBrayer) and the battle-hardened Sergeant Calhoun (Jane Lynch). While it is a fun and upbeat affair, there is still lots of emotion on display in the second film.
will make people laugh, but some of the emotional struggles that Ralph and Vanellope go through in this movie are pretty intense and complicated,” Johnston added.
is in cinemas now and is definitely worth a look if you enjoyed the first film.
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