History Disney / WreckItRalph

17th May '16 9:45:33 AM EclipseMT
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Directed by Rich Moore, who was a former director on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and later on ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. It was released on November 2, 2012. Watch the teaser trailer [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPSQOomMWro here]], which was released during E3 2012. There's also [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87E6N7ToCxs a theatrical trailer]] and [[http://youtu.be/P1Np5N98Gcw international trailer]] as well. The film is preceded by the animated short ''WesternAnimation/{{Paperman}}''.

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Directed by [[Creator.RichMoore Rich Moore, Moore]], who was a former director on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and later on ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. It was released on November 2, 2012. Watch the teaser trailer [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPSQOomMWro here]], which was released during E3 2012. There's also [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87E6N7ToCxs a theatrical trailer]] and [[http://youtu.be/P1Np5N98Gcw international trailer]] as well. The film is preceded by the animated short ''WesternAnimation/{{Paperman}}''.
14th May '16 8:21:51 PM FordPrefect
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*** The second is when Moppet Girl [[spoiler: is reading the lit-up Sugar Rush placard]], if you pause it when you see [[spoiler: Taffyta standing in front of her kart, look at the tiny images beside her, more specifically the racer at the left of the top row, (closest to Taffyta)]].
* FriendlyEnemy: At closing the two Street Fighters comment on their rough day and head to Tapper's together.

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*** The second is when Moppet Girl [[spoiler: is reading the lit-up Sugar Rush placard]], if you pause it when you see [[spoiler: Taffyta standing in front of her kart, look at the tiny images beside her, more specifically the racer at the left of the top row, row (closest to Taffyta)]].
* FriendlyEnemy: At closing closing, the two Street Fighters comment on their rough day and head to Tapper's together.
14th May '16 8:20:10 PM FordPrefect
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** After Vanellope uses the medal she stole from Ralph, he arrives in the scene and wreaks havoc. Vanellope ultimately hides in King Candy's car. After everyone has their attention at Ralph, she runs and passed by Crumbelina's car. [[spoiler: The former is her original car, while the latter is the one she'll use to rescue Ralph at the climax]].

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** After Vanellope uses the medal she stole from Ralph, he arrives in the scene and wreaks havoc. Vanellope ultimately hides in King Candy's car. After While everyone has their attention at on Ralph, she runs and passed passes by Crumbelina's car. [[spoiler: The former is her original car, while the latter is the one she'll use to rescue Ralph at the climax]].
30th Apr '16 10:56:32 PM Tavernier
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* ActorRoleConfusion: A really bizarre example that raises more questions than it answers: every video game character seems to consider himself and his fellows to be {{Animated Actor}}s who are off the clock once the lights go out. Except the villains, who aren't actors like them and aren't playing a role. Seeing a "Bad Guy" is enough to send small-fry scurrying, and things are so bad that the villains have a ''support group.''
30th Apr '16 3:27:06 PM brian8871
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** Sour Bill and the Sugar Rush racers do this to Vanellope [[spoiler: after they remember that she's the game's princess.]]
30th Apr '16 3:17:04 PM brian8871
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** Sour Bill and the Sugar Rush racers do this to Vanellope [[spoiler: after they remember that she's the game's princess.]]
16th Apr '16 5:23:07 PM DrNoPuma
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* KingKoopaCopy: Though more an expy of the original Donkey Kong, Ralph fits into this category, being the stout and [[HairTriggerTemper short-tempered]] bad guy from the arcade game Fix-It Felix Jr.
27th Mar '16 8:15:38 AM MacronNotes
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23rd Mar '16 9:14:57 PM Ramona122003
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* OutsideContextHero: Any character who game hops into another game falls into this. Ralph is completely out of context for the people in ''Super Rush'' since all the characters, save for King Candy, are cute anime girls, while he's a big brute able to shatter jawbreakers, something that is thought to be impossible. Vanellope is quick to take advantage of this.
* OutsideContextVillain: The Cy-Bugs that infects ''Super Rush''. Since there is no beacon to keep them under control like ''Hero's Duty'', they breed like crazy and eats the game from the inside out. They threaten to do the same to the entire arcade if they escape ''Super Rush''.
20th Mar '16 9:49:22 PM rjung
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Zangief of ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' is portrayed in the movie as a bad guy (or, at least, a PunchClockVillain): in the ''StreetFighter'' lore he's a decent guy - not exactly a hero, but an UnwittingPawn at worst. He doesn't know about the WorldDomination plot that the tournament is supposed to cover for. WordOfGod is that this was a mild TakeThat from director Rich Moore, who considered Zangief his most difficult ''[=SF2=]'' opponent.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Zangief of ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' is portrayed in the movie as a bad guy (or, at least, a PunchClockVillain): in the ''StreetFighter'' lore he's a decent guy - not exactly a hero, but an UnwittingPawn at worst. He doesn't know about the WorldDomination plot that the tournament is supposed to cover for. WordOfGod is that this was a mild TakeThat from director Rich Moore, who considered Zangief his most difficult ''[=SF2=]'' opponent.
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