If you liked arcade games, oh my goodness you’re going to love this!

So, the formidable stature Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly) is the villain – but not by choice. Deep down inside (and this is where it’s so heart-wrenching), he just wants to be good. The problem with being the bad guy is that everyone is naturally wary around him. Yeah you know when they say someone is “nothing but trouble”? Kinda like that.



Hence, in an attempt to do some soul-searching, however odd that might sound since he is an arcade game character, Ralph leaves his game and travels in Sugar Rush. What is Sugar Rush?

Oh, only one of the cutest, most kid-friendly cart racing games ever known to mankind. Lots of candy, that’s for sure. In other words, Ralph is totally out of place in that forsaken land but hey, anything to earn that hero status and the respect of others, right?

In Sugar Rush, he finds a bond with adorable little Vanellope (voiced by Sarah Silverman). They become fast friends and when they both stumble upon a threat that might harm the entire arcade, Ralph decides that he has to step up his game (no pun intended) and like it or not, use his natural villain skills to save the world arcade!

A good guy using villain tactics to prove that he’s a hero?

Now, isn’t that something to think about?


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And as expected from a Disney animated film, all’s well ends well. But we won’t spoil it for you. Also, trust us when we say that you don’t need to be an arcade games pro to understand this one. In fact, you’ll love it!

We’re already planning to catch it in the cinema for the second time. Honest!

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