Saturday, November 3, 2012

Wreck-It-Ralph Review

So does "Wreck-It-Ralph" win the high score at the theaters or does it really just wreck it?

I want to know how someone came up with the idea of "Hmmm, I wonder what happeneds when arcades close and the games are free to do as they want... I know let's write a movie about it". The reason I want to know is because I want to thank them.  The 3D effects are AMAZING and really bring the movie to life. The story is a great one and touchs a lot of topics, such as why not to judge because of labels. It is also a fun family action packed movie.

One of my favorite parts of the movie is how they work in the fact that even in the movie it is still in the video game world and some of the characters still moved like they were in the game they are from. Such as the Pac-Man ghost in the TV Ad as well as the movie itself. Make sure to watch for both the good and bad guys.. Comment on here after seeing the movie and let me know who you see from classic video games.

It is a movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat. You really never know what will happen next.

The cast was fantastic. I believe John C. Reilly's voice is a huge part of him being Ralph, he did a great job bringing the bad guy who wants to be a good guy to live. Executive producer was John Lasseter, are we shocked that the movie he was part of is wonderful?

Over all it is a great movie and one viewers young and old will love. So make sure you go see it.  To answer my first question.. This movie 100% took the high score (No cheat codes needed).

Thank you to ESSEX CINEMAS and T-REX for being the theater of choice for my movie reviews. When you are looking for the best place to check out a movie, make it ESSEX CINEMAS and T-REX at the Essex Outlets Center in Essex, VT!

The T-Rex Theater is AMAZING!!! With the 60 foot curved screen and 124 speakers which is part of 7.1 Digital Surround Sound, there are 401 extra wide luxury seats with memory-foam headrests making a movie theater trip you will never forget! T-Rex stands for “Theatre Real Extreme” 

Also check out movies in Plattsburgh, New York at Cumberland 12!

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