History Disney / WreckItRalph

7th Feb '16 10:35:57 PM ThePocket
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* FreezeFrameBonus: Turbo gets points for mugging to the ''movie's'' camera for a split-second, complete with his signature thumbs-up. [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130216192536/wreckitralph/images/6/65/Turbo.jpg See for yourself]].
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* FreezeFrameBonus: Plenty, though you'll be hard pressed to actually see them on the Blu-Ray release (you know, the one that's in HD so you could pick out details more easily) due to an auto-playing "intermission" that pops up when you hit pause. ** Turbo gets points for mugging to the ''movie's'' camera for a split-second, complete with his signature thumbs-up. [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130216192536/wreckitralph/images/6/65/Turbo.jpg See for yourself]].
31st Jan '16 1:09:23 PM Morgenthaler
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** In regards to King Candy, [[spoiler:Turbo, in addition to being the name of a Sega arcade game, is a knock-off of the marquee chalky-skinned mascot from the Bally/Midway game ''RallyX''. His King Candy persona is one of The Wizard from ''TheWizardOfOz''. He comes from another land (his own game), is leading his subjects on through manipulation and usurping the rightful ruler and having their memories locked away (Ozma and Vanellope), the hero comes to him for a favor (in Ralph's case, the medal he got from ''Hero's Duty''), while he asks of something in return that involves the "villain" (Vanellope, which he calls "The Glitch", and smashing her candy car), and is ultimately a fraud hiding behind another image that makes the hero appreciate the things they have in life. There's even some cute allusions with the fact he's ruling over what can be considered Munchkins (the other candy racers) and has Oreo guards which chant, drill and ''move'', in the same fashion as those from the movie]].
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** In regards to King Candy, [[spoiler:Turbo, in addition to being the name of a Sega arcade game, is a knock-off of the marquee chalky-skinned mascot from the Bally/Midway game ''RallyX''.''VideoGame/RallyX''. His King Candy persona is one of The Wizard from ''TheWizardOfOz''. He comes from another land (his own game), is leading his subjects on through manipulation and usurping the rightful ruler and having their memories locked away (Ozma and Vanellope), the hero comes to him for a favor (in Ralph's case, the medal he got from ''Hero's Duty''), while he asks of something in return that involves the "villain" (Vanellope, which he calls "The Glitch", and smashing her candy car), and is ultimately a fraud hiding behind another image that makes the hero appreciate the things they have in life. There's even some cute allusions with the fact he's ruling over what can be considered Munchkins (the other candy racers) and has Oreo guards which chant, drill and ''move'', in the same fashion as those from the movie]].
30th Jan '16 7:56:48 PM jameygamer
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Henry Jackman [[http://www.firstshowing.net/2014/wreck-it-ralph-composer-reveals-a-sequel-is-developing-at-disney/ revealed]] in an interview that a sequel is in early development. If made, it will be the fifth sequel in Disney's official classics canon, preceded by ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros'', ''[[Disney/TheRescuers The Rescuers Down Under]]'', ''[[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Fantasia 2000]]'' and ''Disney/WinnieThePooh''. In addition, it would make ''Wreck-It Ralph'' the first film since 1977's ''The Rescuers'' to get a direct sequel that is part of the canon (alongside ''Frozen''; the only other single-story sequel and the first sequel period, ''The Rescuers Down Under'' from 1990, [[BoxOfficeBomb bombed at the box office]] against ''Film/HomeAlone'', being the only bomb of the Disney Renaissance and getting sandwiched between ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', which led to ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'s'' [[WesternAnimation/AladdinTheReturnOfJafar sequel]] and the others until 2008 going DirectToVideo.)
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Henry Jackman [[http://www.firstshowing.net/2014/wreck-it-ralph-composer-reveals-a-sequel-is-developing-at-disney/ revealed]] in an interview that a sequel is in early development. If made, it will be the fifth sequel in Disney's official classics canon, preceded by ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros'', ''[[Disney/TheRescuers The Rescuers Down Under]]'', ''[[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Fantasia 2000]]'' and ''Disney/WinnieThePooh''. In addition, it would make ''Wreck-It Ralph'' the first film since 1977's ''The Rescuers'' to get a direct sequel that is part of the canon (alongside ''Frozen''; alongside ''Frozen'' [[note]] the only other single-story sequel and the first sequel period, ''The Rescuers Down Under'' from 1990, [[BoxOfficeBomb bombed at the box office]] against ''Film/HomeAlone'', being becoming the only bomb of the Disney Renaissance Renaissance, stopping that franchise (star Eva Gabor's death also was a factor; she voiced Bianca), and getting sandwiched between ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', which led to ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'s'' [[WesternAnimation/AladdinTheReturnOfJafar sequel]] and the others until 2008 going DirectToVideo.) )[[/note]]
30th Jan '16 7:54:44 PM jameygamer
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Henry Jackman [[http://www.firstshowing.net/2014/wreck-it-ralph-composer-reveals-a-sequel-is-developing-at-disney/ revealed]] in an interview that a sequel is in early development. If made, it will be the fifth sequel in Disney's official classics canon, preceded by ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros'', ''[[Disney/TheRescuers The Rescuers Down Under]]'', ''[[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Fantasia 2000]]'' and ''Disney/WinnieThePooh''.
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Henry Jackman [[http://www.firstshowing.net/2014/wreck-it-ralph-composer-reveals-a-sequel-is-developing-at-disney/ revealed]] in an interview that a sequel is in early development. If made, it will be the fifth sequel in Disney's official classics canon, preceded by ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros'', ''[[Disney/TheRescuers The Rescuers Down Under]]'', ''[[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Fantasia 2000]]'' and ''Disney/WinnieThePooh''. ''Disney/WinnieThePooh''. In addition, it would make ''Wreck-It Ralph'' the first film since 1977's ''The Rescuers'' to get a direct sequel that is part of the canon (alongside ''Frozen''; the only other single-story sequel and the first sequel period, ''The Rescuers Down Under'' from 1990, [[BoxOfficeBomb bombed at the box office]] against ''Film/HomeAlone'', being the only bomb of the Disney Renaissance and getting sandwiched between ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', which led to ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'s'' [[WesternAnimation/AladdinTheReturnOfJafar sequel]] and the others until 2008 going DirectToVideo.)
28th Jan '16 6:00:44 AM Adept
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* FloatingLimbs: Sour Bill has neither arms nor legs.

* RaymanianLimbs: Sour Bill has neither arms nor legs.
17th Jan '16 10:01:09 PM morenohijazo
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-->-- '''Saitine:''' ''"I'm not Satan. [[DiabloIII I'm Diablo. The third.]] With ExpansionPack."''
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-->-- '''Saitine:''' ''"I'm not Satan. [[DiabloIII [[VideoGame/DiabloIII I'm Diablo. The third.]] With ExpansionPack."''
7th Jan '16 11:39:06 AM erforce
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** Ever wondered how Sonic somehow wound up in the arcade? Well, there's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it frame of a very obscure (but indeed real) arcade machine titled ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters'' (a fighting game with Sonic and the gang) during the evolution of arcade sequence in the beginning. Another rather obscure Sonic game called ''SegaSonic the Hedgehog'' was made exclusively for arcades, and predates ''Fighters'', though it is not shown in this movie. Also ties in with Bowser and Eggman in the fact that their home console games also had coin-op ports back in the day. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlayChoice-10 here]] and [[http://segaretro.org/Mega-Tech here]]). As of 2015, ''Sonic Dash'' has also been ported to arcades. As for ''Sonic the Fighters'' (or ''Sonic Championship'' in Japan), the game is playable on the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube compilation ''Sonic Gems Collection'' and was re-released on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.
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** Ever wondered how Sonic somehow wound up in the arcade? Well, there's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it frame of a very obscure (but indeed real) arcade machine titled ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters'' (a fighting game with Sonic and the gang) during the evolution of arcade sequence in the beginning. Another rather obscure Sonic game called ''SegaSonic the Hedgehog'' was made exclusively for arcades, and predates ''Fighters'', though it is not shown in this movie. Also ties in with Bowser and Eggman in the fact that their home console games also had coin-op ports back in the day. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlayChoice-10 here]] and [[http://segaretro.org/Mega-Tech here]]). As of 2015, ''Sonic Dash'' has also been ported to arcades. As for ''Sonic the Fighters'' (or ''Sonic Championship'' in Japan), the game is playable on the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube compilation ''Sonic Gems Collection'' and was re-released on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork.

** Felix's quip about [[SuperMarioBros Mario]] being "fashionably late per the norm" isn't just a reference to Mario not being in the movie - it's also an allusion to how, after ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'', [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube consoles often didn't]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} get Mario games]] [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS straight at launch]]. Also whenever Mario gets an invitation from the Princess, usually concerning a party or cake; the norm is that Bowser kidnaps her shortly before he arrives.
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** Felix's quip about [[SuperMarioBros [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] being "fashionably late per the norm" isn't just a reference to Mario not being in the movie - it's also an allusion to how, after ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'', [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube consoles often didn't]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} get Mario games]] [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS straight at launch]]. Also whenever Mario gets an invitation from the Princess, usually concerning a party or cake; the norm is that Bowser kidnaps her shortly before he arrives.
3rd Jan '16 4:42:50 PM morenohijazo
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* JokeExhaustion: Vanellope thinks the game ''Hero's Duty'' sounds like "Hero's ''Doody''" and launches into a series of [[ToiletHumor toilet jokes about it]]. Ralph is not amused. Before dropping the subject, she cheerfully begs him to let her get "one more!" joke in before stopping.
1st Jan '16 11:51:37 AM sabremeister
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** In regards to King Candy, [[spoiler:Turbo, in addition to being the name of a Sega arcade game, is a knock-off of the marquee chalky-skinned mascot from the Bally/Midway game ''RallyX''. His King Candy persona is one of The Wizard from ''TheWizardOfOz''. He comes from another land (his own game), is leading his subjects on through manipulation and usurping the rightful ruler and having their memories locked away (Ozma and Vanellope), the hero comes to him for a favor (in Ralph's case, the medal he got from ''Hero's Duty''), while he asks of something in return that involves the "villain" (Vanellope, which he calls "The Glitch", and smashing her candy car), and is ultimately a fraud hiding behind another image that makes the hero appreciate the things they have in life. There's even some cute allusions with the fact he's ruling over what can be considered Munchkins (the other candy racers) and has Oreo guards which chant in the same fashion as those from the movie]].
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** In regards to King Candy, [[spoiler:Turbo, in addition to being the name of a Sega arcade game, is a knock-off of the marquee chalky-skinned mascot from the Bally/Midway game ''RallyX''. His King Candy persona is one of The Wizard from ''TheWizardOfOz''. He comes from another land (his own game), is leading his subjects on through manipulation and usurping the rightful ruler and having their memories locked away (Ozma and Vanellope), the hero comes to him for a favor (in Ralph's case, the medal he got from ''Hero's Duty''), while he asks of something in return that involves the "villain" (Vanellope, which he calls "The Glitch", and smashing her candy car), and is ultimately a fraud hiding behind another image that makes the hero appreciate the things they have in life. There's even some cute allusions with the fact he's ruling over what can be considered Munchkins (the other candy racers) and has Oreo guards which chant chant, drill and ''move'', in the same fashion as those from the movie]].
29th Dec '15 7:43:19 PM DoctorCooper
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* UnkemptBeauty/[[UnkemptBeauty Unkempt Cutie]]: Sgt. Calhoun and Vanellope, respectively.
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* UnkemptBeauty/[[UnkemptBeauty Unkempt Cutie]]: UnkemptBeauty: Sgt. Calhoun and Vanellope, respectively.Vanellope.
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