Wreck-it Ralph

Wreck-it Ralph

Meanwhile, Calhoun meets Felix, who has set out in search of Ralph to get him back into Wreck-It Ralph before that game is pulled out, for its star villain having surprisingly gone missing. Calhoun's tough-as-nails exterior melts before Felix's old-world simplicity and charm.

Disney has a winner in terms of the story, the stories within the story, the actors who voice its characters, especially the delightfully plucky and utterly un-self-conscious Venellope, and in not letting 3D overwhelm it all. Executive producer John Lasseter (Toy Story, Up, Brave, Tangled) knows a thing or two about childhood, adulthood and the cusp in between, and this film is a reminder about all the minutiae that go into designing a video game for the fans and for especially the non-fans who couldn't care less.

shalini.langer@expressindia.com

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