Wreck-It Ralph 3D User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.47

Current Rating: 4.47

based on 38 votes and 14 reviews

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  • 5 stars Very good movie for any age!
  • 4 stars Cute movie!!!
  • 5 stars AWESOME!!!!!!
  • 5 stars I didn't like it because it was too good. I loved the movie! I sure just wish I could give it 6 stars :(.
  • 5 stars Fun-filled and creative plot, sprinkled with lots and lots of good ol' video game references that casual and serious gamers alike will know and appreciate. Well done~!
  • 5 stars OMG-hahahaha, in spite of the animation's simple visual character style, it's a visual treat to watch. cute story of struggles of longing of 'bad-guy' W-I-Ralph for acceptance and inclusion as well as that of the 'defective' (glitchy outcast girl) V-von-Shweetz who seeks the same. Sarah Silverman's sweet cute expressive voice acting absolutely carried her Schweetz to adorable heights!!! absolutely loved her vulnerable cuteness!!! lol. unexpected surprise for me; good all round story with depth too. FUN! FUNNY!!!
  • 5 stars Great movie, loved it!!
  • 5 stars Great movie guessed half the end and the other part hit me like a truck wow
  • 3 stars Loved general story line but my children and I did not appreciate the unnecessary gore. (Zombie getting beating heart ripped from chest as it spurted blood for one example) Why??? It's a G movie. Did it really need these details for story line or entertainment? No. We will not be buying this DVD. Disappointing :o(

Wreck-It Ralph 3D

Genre:  Family | Running Time:  108 min.
Release date:  November 2, 2012 | On DVD/VOD:  March 5, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 4.47
based on 38 votes and 14 reviews
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Cast: John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Alan Tudyk, Mindy Kaling, Joe Lo Truglio, Ed O'Neill, Dennis Haysbert, Adam Carolla, Rachael Harris, Edie McClurg, Horatio Sanz, Stefanie Scott