Wreck-It Ralph Movie: Interpret Heroism
The animation movie tells about the character Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly), an antagonist of the game Fix-It Felix who has a “hobby” to destroy the building. As the destroyer, Ralph suddenly upset because all this is getting a lot of appreciation it is Felix (Jack McBrayer) who always repair the damage created by Ralph. Evil character who owned and played, it makes Ralph very nervous because of the heart of hearts he wants to also get the appreciation and sympathy like a hero, as obtained Felix.
Ralph then desperate, out of the scope of the game and pursue the representation medal awards for heroism. He entered the game shooting contest that bringing the Sergeant Calhoun (Jane Lynch) the leader of the array. Even managed to get medals craved, without knowing Ralph, he had made a fatal mistake by opening the way for dangerous criminals to intervene destroy all the games in the complex.
Hope is on Vanellope Ralph von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman), the little girl “troublemaker” from the game “Sugar Rush” is sloppy, but good-natured. Their friendship goes well until then a misunderstanding occurs which causes the atmosphere to grow worse, plus more when Felix and Sergeant Calhoun go into the game Sugar Rush.
Good animation display and charming main attraction for this movie. Textures shown so natural and vivid imagination of the audience brought soared far. I was impressed at the display bright colors lively game of “Sugar Rush” or the impression of grandeur, but dark on a penalty shot game and natural expressions of the characters were adapted to the character-filled voice.
I suddenly remembered the animated film Monster Inc.yang show “magical world” behind the door while watching this movie. Yes, we are invited to enjoy the thrill of adventure game known figures in our world and in the past such as Pac Man, Zombie, Sonic or Mortal Combat and how they socialize on the “behind the scenes” monitor game.
Messages are delivered as interpret moral heroism and solidarity conveyed properly and proportionately through a number of actions in this movie. How to appreciate their respective roles and respect the roles of others while at the same time synergize and collaborate with the slick. “I’m bad and that’s good. I’ll never be good, and that’s not bad “Ralph said in an intriguing dialogue.
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