Ralph Breaks the Internet

Video game bad guy Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope’s video game, Sugar Rush. In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet — the netizens — to help navigate their way, including an entrepreneur named Yesss, who is the head algorithm and the heart and soul of trend-making site BuzzzTube.

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Film Cast:

  • Wreck-It Ralph (voice): John C. Reilly
  • Vanellope von Schweetz (voice): Sarah Silverman
  • Shank (voice): Gal Gadot
  • Yesss (voice): Taraji P. Henson
  • Felix (voice): Jack McBrayer
  • Calhoun (voice): Jane Lynch
  • KnowsMore (voice): Alan Tudyk
  • Double Dan / Little Dan (voice): Alfred Molina
  • Mr. Litwak (voice): Ed O’Neill
  • Taffyta Muttonfudge (voice): Melissa Villaseñor
  • J.P. Spamley (uncredited voice): Bill Hader
  • Arthur (voice): John DiMaggio
  • Pocahontas (voice): Irene Bedard
  • Anna (voice): Kristen Bell
  • Moana (voice): Auli’i Cravalho
  • Ariel (voice): Jodi Benson
  • Cinderella (voice): Jennifer Hale
  • Aurora (voice): Kate Higgins
  • Jasmine (voice): Linda Larkin
  • Merida (voice): Kelly Macdonald
  • Elsa (voice): Idina Menzel
  • Rapunzel (voice): Mandy Moore
  • Belle (voice): Paige O’Hara
  • Snow White (voice): Pamela Ribon
  • Tiana (voice): Anika Noni Rose
  • Mulan (voice): Ming-Na Wen
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (voice): Roger Craig Smith
  • Tapper (voice): Maurice LaMarche
  • Eeyore (voice): Brad Garrett
  • C-3PO (voice): Anthony Daniels
  • Buzz Lightyear (voice): Tim Allen
  • Baby Groot (voice): Vin Diesel
  • The Eboy (voice): Sean Giambrone
  • McNeely (voice): Jaboukie Young-White
  • Maybe (voice): Flula Borg
  • Felony (voice): Ali Wong
  • Butcher Boy (voice): Timothy Simons
  • Little Debbie (voice): Glozell Green
  • Pyro (voice): Hamish Blake
  • Zangief / eBay Bidder / Sour Bill / Stormtrooper (voice): Rich Moore
  • eBay Bidder / Surge Protector (voice): Phil Johnston
  • Miranda Sings (voice): Colleen Ballinger
  • Show Host (voice): Dani Fernandez
  • Tiffany (voice): Tiffany Herrera
  • Duncan (voice): Horatio Sanz
  • Ebay Elayne (voice): Rebecca Wisocky
  • Lee the Office Nerd (voice): Sam Richardson
  • Candlehead (voice): Katie Lowes
  • Jimmy (voice): Alex Moffat
  • Jimmy’s Grandma (voice): June Squibb
  • Swatti (voice): Della Saba
  • Nafisa (voice): Michaela Zee
  • Rancis Fluggerbutter (voice): Jamie Elman
  • Ballet Mom (voice): Ana Ortiz
  • News Anchor (voice): Dianna Agron
  • Hey Nongman (voice): Jason Mantzoukas
  • Gene (voice): Raymond S. Persi
  • Instagram Pop-Up (voice): Fuschia!
  • Grumpy (voice): Corey Burton
  • Auctioneer (voice): Jason Hightower
  • Auctioneer (voice): Brian Curless
  • Auctioneer (voice): Ann Barry Colgin
  • Auctioneer (voice): Viveca Paulin
  • FN-3181 (voice): Michael Giacchino
  • Stormtrooper (voice): Kevin Deters
  • Stormtrooper (voice): Jeremy Milton
  • Stormtrooper (voice): Jesse Averna
  • Mo’s Mom (voice): Nicole Scherzinger
  • Baby Mo (voice): Brittany Kikuchi
  • Goat (voice): Olivier Bénard
  • Ben (voice): Ben McKee
  • Daniel (voice): Daniel ‘Z’ Platzman
  • Dan (voice): Dan Reynolds
  • Wayne (voice): Wayne Sermon
  • God (voice): Mark Rhino Smith
  • Skeleton Dancer (voice): Kent Boyd
  • Nafisa (voice): Rachel Crow
  • The Bee (voice): Jenica Bergere
  • Additional Voices (voice): John Lavelle
  • Additional Voices (voice): Josie Trinidad
  • Additional Voices (voice): Ruth Strother
  • Additional Voices (voice): Elise Aliberti
  • Additional Voices (voice): Maddix Robinson
  • Additional Voices (voice): Bradford Simonsen
  • Additional Voices (voice): Fabienne Rawley

Film Crew:

  • Executive Producer: John Lasseter
  • Sound Designer: Gary Rydstrom
  • Editor: Fabienne Rawley
  • Story: Jim Reardon
  • Producer: Clark Spencer
  • Executive Producer: Chris Williams
  • Associate Producer: Bradford Simonsen
  • Casting: Jamie Sparer Roberts
  • Story: Rich Moore
  • Original Music Composer: Henry Jackman
  • Story: Phil Johnston
  • Editor: Jeremy Milton
  • Executive Producer: Jennifer Lee
  • Story Artist: Lauren MacMullan
  • Story Artist: Nancy Kruse
  • Story: Pamela Ribon
  • Art Direction: Matthias Lechner
  • Executive Music Producer: Tom MacDougall
  • Story: Josie Trinidad
  • Production Supervisor: Jennifer Newfield
  • Production Manager: James E. Hasman
  • Production Supervisor: Christopher Kracker
  • Technical Supervisor: Ernest J. Petti
  • Character Designer: Jin Kim
  • Sound Effects Editor: Samson Neslund
  • Production Supervisor: Marisa X. Castro
  • Production Supervisor: Stephanie Hachem
  • Production Supervisor: Ruth Strother
  • Head of Animation: Renato Dos Anjos
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Scott Kersavage
  • Director of Photography: Nathan Warner
  • Art Direction: Ami Thompson
  • Songs: Julia Michaels
  • Production Manager: Holly E. Bratton
  • Production Manager: Nathan Curtis
  • Production Supervisor: Nicholas Russell
  • Head of Animation: Kira Lehtomaki
  • Production Design: Cory Loftis
  • Production Supervisor: David A. Thibodeau
  • Production Supervisor: Scott Sakamoto
  • Associate Editor: Jesse Averna
  • Production Supervisor: Charlyn Go
  • Production Assistant: Alaia Braxton
  • Production Supervisor: Sam Stratton

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: Gets right into the “Internet” part of _Ralph Breaks the Internet_ real early in the piece, and scarcely plods along ever-after. I was surprised that I enjoyed the first _Wreck-It Ralph_ movie, but I was expecting a step down in quality for this one, which I absolutely got. There’s still some things to like, and even the core message is an important one we don’t see much of, plus i’m sure this will work as a movie for kids, which to be fair is its target demographic, I’m just saying I don’t think I’ll ever come back to see Ralph break the Internet a second time around.

    _Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._

  • r96sk: Marginally exceeds the original, at least in my eyes.

    The internet setting works way better than the video game world. Don’t get me wrong, I very much enjoyed ‘Wreck-It Ralph’. I just think this one feels much more relatable, the vast majority of viewers understand the internet as opposed to the smaller market for old arcade games. For that, it means you can do some much more with the premise. All the references are amusing, while the inclusion of the Disney world itself is pretty cool.

    I do have a few critiques, of course. The run time is about 20 minutes too long, while the final act isn’t as great as it could’ve been. Everything else, though, they get mostly spot on. It’s very entertaining, the end credit scenes are terrific too.

    John C. Reilly (Ralph) and Sarah Silverman (Vanellope) are again very good, Jane Lynch (Calhoun) and Jack McBrayer (Felix) are marginalised but I’d argue that’s fine – there’s not much more you could do with those two characters. Alan Tudyk returns too, albeit in a new role as KnowsMore. I’m not usually a fan of same actor/different character, but that newbie is fun. Taraji P. Henson (Yesss) and Gal Gadot (Shank) are two newcomers, Gadot’s character is more memorable but both are up-to-scratch.

    I really like this ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’, it’s a rare Disney animated sequel that has strong quality.

  • Kamurai: Great watch, will watch again, and do recommend.

    Even if you haven’t seen the first one, you can watch this just fine.

    As much as I like this movie, the best part is by far the cg animated Disney Princesses: what a good tease for new CG movies, which they should have been doing instead of the live action garbage.

    Again, as much as I like this, it is a bit of a deviation from the first movie with a bit of a mixed antithetical message to it. While the first movie focused on Ralph and his quest dragging collateral damage in its wake to eventually bring the characters together in a spirit of inclusion, this movie scales up in a weird way, showing the internet as a place of connected inclusion and then “wrecking it”. Even the main story line is about Ralph’s mission to fix things so they can maintain a status quo and Vanellope’s search for change and “the new”. It’s literally about how they shouldn’t be together, or maybe that they’re still together even if they aren’t.

    It just gets weird real fast, and while J.C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman do a great job with their roles, you’ve got to operate with some suspension of disbelief that they can do any of what they’re doing or that it makes any sense. They also deviated with how Ralph “wrecks” things.

    Once you get past some of the nit-picky stuff, they’re on a well structured adventure filled with charm and wonderment with lots of interesting characters.

    I honestly would be surprised if anyone actively disliked this.

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