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(2012) (voices of John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman) (PG)

Alcohol/Drugs Mild
Blood/Gross Stuff Moderate
Disrespectful/Bad Attitude Heavy
Frightening/Tense Scenes Heavy
Gun/Weapons Heavy
Imitative Behavior Heavy
Jump Scenes None
Music (Scary/Tense) Moderate
Music (Inappropriate) Minor
Profanity None
Sex/Nudity Mild
Smoking None
Tense Family Scenes Mild
Topics to Talk About Heavy
Violence Heavy

Animated Action/Comedy: A video game character leaves his arcade game in hopes of becoming a hero rather than the villain he's played for the past thirty years.
For the past 30 years, Wreck-It Ralph (voice of JOHN C. REILLY) has been the villain in the arcade game "FIX-IT FELIX JR!" where he wrecks a several story building, only to have the game's hero, Fix-It Felix (voice of JACK McBRAYER), repair all of the damage with his magic hammer. But Ralph has grown disillusioned with his role, especially since once the game play is done for the day, he must retreat to the nearby brick dump for the night, all while Felix enjoys the congratulations and company of the game's other characters.

Even his support group of fellow arcade game villains can't boost his spirits. But when one of the building residents says he'll be welcome at their parties if he can prove he can be a hero by winning a medal, Ralph goes rogue and leaves his game. When he comes across a soldier character from the arcade game "Hero's Duty," he takes that man's place and fights alongside platoon leader Sergeant Calhoun (voice of JANE LYNCH), blasting the voracious and deadly Cy-Bug monsters.

He manages to secure a medal by breaking the rules, but when a newly hatched Cy-Bug attacks him, he ends up losing control of a spacecraft and accidentally flies out of "Hero's Duty" and into "Sugar Rush," a pastel, candy-based, cart racing game. There, he runs into Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of SARAH SILVERMAN), a girl who's considered a glitch by others and thus not allowed to compete in the big race overseen by the game's ruler, King Candy (voice of ALAN TUDYK).

Ralph and Vanellope's goals collide when she uses his medal as an entry coin into the race. From that point on, he tries to get that back, all while Felix tries to find Ralph and thus avoid their game being shut down, all while Sgt. Calhoun shows up, knowing full well the potential ramifications of the escaped Cy-Bug on those inside the "Sugar Rush" game.

It's a good bet many will.
For some rude humor and mild action/violence.

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