\"Wreck It Ralph\" begins with an interesting premise, but leaves her halfway, under the weight of the \'important message\' the film purports to pass, about self-acceptance and tolerance of diversity. But the script does so in such a drastic way that it turns the movie into an ode to conformism, since any attempt to alter the status quo could lead to the destruction of the universe. The only acceptable change is the restoration of a good and old old order, with the return of power to a princess who is too good to wish to be a princess. As for the social pariah, who supposedly should be the protagonist, he must resign himself to his position given to him by destiny, just as the hero is a hero by a prior determination, and thus will be entitled to all the prizes and a beautiful love interest. Ralph can at most obtain the recognition by the gentrified elite of their indispensable role in the operation of the game, which is too obvious, but without effective improvement of their situation. \"Wreck It Ralph\" is the incarnation of a progressive mentality that of so dominant, no longer wants real change of the social order. Mega M Ind and Despicable Me, two films that were quite compared to Wreck It Ralph, are actually much superior because they recognize the possibility of their protagonists real change the direction of their lives.
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