The most emotionally charged moments for me were when Ralph smashes Vanellope's cart and when he repeats the Bad Guy mantra as he plunges toward Cola Mountain.
And Turbo's probably the most frightening Disney villain I've seen yet. That line where he tries to force Ralph into watching Vanellope die struck genuine terror in me.
I consistently thought there was something up with King Candy when he fiddled with the code and claimed that gamers would think Vanellope's glitching would make them dislike her. Gamers love glitches. Especially extremely exploitable ones. But his big reveal as Turbo sent me for a loop.
Yes oh my, not many movies make me cry. But The smashing cart moment, I saw t coming but the gravity of it... And as you said for him diving into the cola mountain too. Heh, cried like a baby in theaters.
Turbo is one of the most frightening villains, I gasped when I saw the king first start glitching, I saw a flash of red and white and my jaw dropped, it took my friends until the BIG reveal to see it, so they kept saying "WHAT? WHAT?!" I did NOT see it coming!
When I first saw the king I was immediately infatuated with him, I didn't care if he was going to be a big part of the movie at all, I just LOVED his character. Him being Turbo came as an AMAZING surprise~~
My favorite scene is the part where Ralph smashes Vanellope's kart. There is just so much emotional devotion that builds up to that scene. Ralph finding redemption in his friendship with Vanellope, Vanellope's very endearing goal to find acceptance with her peers. And then to have Ralph destroy the kart that they built together, as well as their friendship, because he believes it will save Vanellope's life. I proudly admit that I cried a little at that scene.
I've already seen it three times in theaters and when it comes out I'll be sure to get the collector's edition with all the extras (if they make one). While I hear that they're already getting ready to make a sequel, I personally wouldn't care if Mario got a cameo. The film wasn't about the cameos (as much as the promotional posters would have you believe otherwise) and the film was better for primarily focusing on original characters in original worlds. I mean, really, did it matter to the film that much to have Sonic the Hedgehog spill exposition for all of 5 seconds?
No, but the only reason Mario WASN'T in the film was because Nintendo and the film's producers wanted him to have a deeper part in the story. So maybe in the sequel there'll be a scene where he gives Wreck-it Ralph advice or something! A poster can dream.
Loooooved it! It was so clever hehe. I like how it kept taking so many twists and turns and kept a good pace, so it felt really....new. Plus it made me all giddy and nostalgic with all the throwbacks to the classic games The zombie at the Bad Guy meeting towards the start cracked me up the most!
But like all kids movies, there's ALWAYS the token sad part, and I cried a little (a lot) when ***(SPOLERS)**** Ralph destroyed the ______ because he was told it was for the best for the whole system
They're pretty awesome. I like Felix, he's adorable.
Now that I think of it, my favourite scene might be the Cy-bug swarm when Ralph "goes Turbo" in that game. Might just be the music that makes it so cool, but I was sitting in the theatre with my 3D glasses on mouth ajar. That movie was good at making my jaw drop. XD
And Sugar rush was just so awesome looking! Oh my! -thinks Disney world should make a new addition to their park called Sugar Rush- >.>
Oooh, what did it remind me of... I certainly had a feeling of dejavu... Hmmm, maybe I just recalled all the theme parks I've been too. They all looked so vivid and awesome. ^.^
Oh dear... I hope you don't get kicked out for speeding... Because I'm kind of nuts behind a Go-kart wheel. XP I don't crash unless some idiot locks your steering... If I had known back then that they did that to me I would have waltzed right up to the guy at the controls and punched him in the nads. XD Cutting my engine power would have stopped me less violently... But noooou, lock my steering so I loose my helmet and crack my ribs... genius.
hahah, Guess I'd have to behave myself if they ever did make it into a go-kart track. O:
I actually really like the scene where ralph broke the go kart... Not to be mean though, I just thought it was so touching how they couldn't understand each other. He didn't want to see her hurt so he did the one thing that could hurt her more than anything else. So sad and really emotional but I loved it.
I did too! I've never teared up at a movie before... (Except act of valor but that's different) I thought when my friend took me to see it a second time it wouldn't happen but it did. I was still so touched by it all. I completely understand why he had to do it.
I've cried at... Pans Labyrinth and Repo the Genetic opera... I dunno if I can think of many more movies I've cried at lately. But that car scene... Oh boy. I would have done the same thing... It would have hurt so bad though... Hahah, King Candy had me sooooo fooled by that. D: I needed more reason's to love him at the time anyways...
I know I totally didn't expect that! I thought "wow, King Candy is really just trying to help, he doesn't want poor little vanelope to get hurt" I LOVE repo but I didn't cry at it. I have most of the songs memorized though XD
I know they don't show up for long or have a big part, but they're in it! X3 I whent to see it because of the "Glasses" part that was advertised, and Bowser, because Bowser's cool. But now... I'm completely infatuated with King Candy. XD
I saw Wreck-It Ralph with my mom. I thought it was one the best Disney movies I've seen. My favorite part of the movie was when Ralph was in Game Central Station as Sonic the Hedgehog made a Public Service Announcement to all the characters about not dying outside of their game.
I loved it too hahah, and what a twist to the villain! I can't pick a favorite hahahaaah I liked everyone really, the friendship between Ralph and Vanellope was adorable, but then so was the chemistry between Calhoun and Felix. SO MUCH CUTE IN THAT MOVIE. Nice job nabbing the King-Candy name, hahah!
Oooh yes! Vanellope and Ralph must be friend's forever. They're interactions were so adourable! And Callhoun and Felix, aw man... that man can really fix anything can't he? XD Fixed her broken heart. X3
Yessss~ I was like... Do I change my name?.... YESOMGYES.