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Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Doing what another film tried and failed to do well at is the equivalent of going Turbo.
Genre: Comedy
Directed By: Rich Moore
Phil Johnston
Produced By: Clark Spencer
Written By: Phil Johnston
Rich Moore
Jim Reardon
Pamela Ribon
Josie Trinidad
Starring: John C. Reilly
Sarah Silverman
Gal Gadot
Taraji P. Henson
Jack McBrayer
Jane Lynch
Alan Tudyk
Alfred Molina
Ed O'Neill
Photography: Color
Distributed By: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release Date: November 5, 2018 (El Capitan Theatre)
November 21, 2018 (United States)
Runtime: 112 minutes
Country: United States
Budget: $175 million
Box Office: $529.3 million
Franchise: Wreck It Ralph
Prequel: Wreck-It RalphGMW
Sequel: Untitled Ralph Breaks the Internet sequel

Ralph Breaks the Internet (originally titled Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2[1] and simply referred to as Wreck-It Ralph 2) is a 2018 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The film was directed by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston (in his feature directorial debut), written by Pamela Ribon and co-written by Johnston, and is not only the 57th feature-length animated film from Disney but also a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph.

The film had its world premiere at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on November 5, 2018, and was released in the United States on November 21, 2018.

Plot

Video game bad guy Wreck-It 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 (a portmanteau of Buzzfeed and YouTube).

Bad Qualities

  1. It is basically Disney's equivalent of The Emoji Movie (although this film was somehow met with more favorable results than the former was), as it is overloaded with product placements from real-life Internet apps while also seen as trying to leech off of Disney's own brand extension; the film is basically a commercial masquerading as a movie.
  2. In one of the most shameless pieces of product placement in the whole movie, the main plot literally revolves around eBay.
  3. It is also overloaded with meaningless fan service that feels more like shameless self-promotion for Disney, including references to and character appearances from the Star Wars franchise.
  4. The film itself is a waste of a great concept. It could have been explored as to how retro arcade games struggle to remain relevant in modern times, especially given the potential of the fact that they went there in the first place just to save Sugar Rush, whilst Sugar Rush likely becoming an online console game like Mario Kart, whereas Ralph was still stuck in his 80s' game.
  5. Even though the first two acts had their moments, the third act is very predictable, with the climax containing a massive reference to King Kong.
  6. Not all the characters have been either written or screen-time as well as in the first film:
    • Wreck-It Ralph acts out-of-character, as he is now an insecure, clingy and childish moron who practically has the mental capacity of a toddler, which he never was in the previous film; one could argue that characters change over time, but this comes out from nowhere and it is never explained why Ralph is like this when he wasn't in the previous film, and thus it feels jarring; in fact, the sad thing is that this could have worked in the context of the story had he acted more like an "overprotective father"-like figure rather than a clingy man-baby.
    • It is understandable for Ralph to be upset about potentially losing Vanellope, his closest friend, the one person (possibly besides Felix) who showed him that he was valuable regardless of whether he is a bad guy or not, but the fact that they pretty much screwed up his character so much just to fit within the plot just fails to work out; in the first movie he acted more mature and had dreams that were justified, whereas here he basically has the characterization of a selfish, unresourceful and childish moron, which wasn't the case at all in previous film (it is notable that he did think about just himself in the first film until he realized the importance of friends), in fact his self-reflectiveness was the entire impetus of the original film.
    • Whilst still likable, Felix and Calhoun do not really get that much screen-time in the film and are basically forgotten about, which is weird since the film did hint at a subplot with the two raising the other racers from Sugar Rush (it did get some payoff, but the film literally hides the explanation as to how Felix and Calhoun became great parents). There were, however, more scenes that the trailers featuring them, which were sadly cut.
    • Vanellope comes across as extremely selfish with very little concerns about her actions facing consequences and completely ignores about how Ralph feels, and she literally goes Turbo in the ending, which is really annoying since Vanellope broke the "rules" of going Turbo (if one remembers, in the first movie it is explained how Turbo tried to take over RoadBlasters and ended up crashing it, resulting in both his game and RoadBlasters being put out-of-order); the previous film made it very clear that going Turbo is wrong when Ralph and Turbo himself did it then, but when Vanellope does it in this film it seems to be celebrated and portrayed as a healthy continuation of her character growth, rather than showing how much of a terrible character she has become.
  7. Overuse of dated references to popular culture as an attempt to be hip, such as Ralph performing various dance moves from Fortnite including flossing, as well as him being shown as a screaming goat; even the title itself seems to reference the "Breaks the Internet" meme popularized by Paper magazine when Kim Kardashian was shown on the cover of a 2014 issue with her bottom being exposed[2].
    • In fact, characters such as Yessss exist solely to be named and developed as a character to rely on popular culture Internet trends.
  8. It teaches a lesson about knowing when to let friends go when the time has come for them to leave, but it is executed rather horribly; thus, it feels more like forgetting about them entirely for your own selfish actions.
    • It also encourages an unhealthy message of tying oneself only to the Internet to benefit said oneself without even acknowledging the consequences.
  9. Mediocre attempts at comedy, notably Ralph mistaking Google as a place to get goggles; Ralph appearing in various viral video trends (aside from the reference to Bob Ross) also comes across as far more embarrassing than hilarious.
  10. In three separate instances, the film tends to lack subtlety and point out things that are rather very obvious:
    • During the sixty seconds counting down to save Vanellope from certain doom, Ralph literally has to waste time explaining to Spamley that he has to save Vanellope before going inside Slaughter Race to do so.
      • There is also no real reason for the film to have Ralph explain any of this to Spamley, as Shank also literally explains the exact same thing to Vanellope a moment later.
    • During the climax, Ralph awkwardly states the message of the movie, "From up here, I can see how I do come across as needy and clingy and self-destructive like KnowsMore said," without allowing even younger viewers to pick it up themselves.
  11. While the animation is an improvement from in the previous film, it tends to look rather uncanny at times, especially for the Pixar characters; an example is in the sequence at Oh My Disney, where, in a small cameo, Buzz Lightyear appears with a rather unfinished design that is seemingly inaccurate in comparison to Pixar's model of the character (this problem also extends to characters such as Merida from Brave, who has noticeably much larger eyes whereas in the actual film she had smaller eyes).
  12. In one scene, Rapunzel infamously makes a feminist preach to Vanellope: "Do people assume all your problems got solved because a big, strong man showed up?"
  13. There are uses of movie clichés, including the "misunderstanding" cliché.
  14. It tries way too hard to be emotional and dramatic, but fails, especially in scenes such as the infamous "comments section" scene, and when Vanellope ends her friendship with Ralph by throwing his cookie medal below.
  15. The Ralph virus clones chasing after Vanellope as they mindlessly and repeatedly utter the word "friend" in the climax is disturbing and creepy, especially when considering the massive age difference between Ralph and Vanellope.
    • In fact, the entire best friendship between Ralph and Vanellope in this film is creepy (considering the aforementioned massive age difference between the two), in contrast to in the first film where it was heartwarming and charming.
  16. Much of the supposed satire about the Internet is uncreative, obvious, and overly on-the-nose.
  17. Felix never shows up again after promising to cover up for Ralph.
  18. Internal contradictions and continuity errors, including:
    • For some reason, the Sugar Rush arcade game is now a single-player game to fit the plot, even though it was actually a two-player game in the previous film.
    • When Sugar Rush is unplugged and its inhabitants become homeless, the Surge Protector remarks how there hadn't been "this many homeless characters since Space Invaders went down," even though a Space Invaders arcade machine is clearly shown in the film's opening scene.
    • At one point Ralph reminds Vanellope that they haven't been apart in six years, even though they are usually apart whenever they go to work in their respective arcade games every day.
    • In the climax, Vanellope tells Ralph that she never said she didn't want to be his friend and that she said just that he was acting like a bad friend, even though earlier she refused to spend time with him again to the point where she threw his cookie medal below and told him not to follow her.
    • During the film's intro, Ralph states that he had been alone for twenty-seven years before he met Vanellope, even though there is a thirty-year time skip in the first film occurring before he ever met her.
    • There isn't a single mention or reference to the first film's main antagonist Turbo/King Candy and all his actions of "going Turbo" from the first film, hence eliminating any potential chances of Vanellope realizing the implications of her decisions to abandon Sugar Rush in favor of staying at Slaughter Race because of her own personal desires in this film.

Good Qualities

  1. The animation is an improvement from in the last film and mixes different styles in one; the normally 2D designs for most of the Disney Princesses also translate perfectly into computer-animation.
    • The Rick-roll post-credits scene is a stunning shot-for-shot remake of the original.
    • KnowsMore's eyes are also animated in a way that is impressive.
    • Even the backgrounds in the Internet world can be incredibly beautiful at times.
  2. Also similar to in the previous film, the voice acting and casting choices for the characters are spot-on for the most part.
    • Some of the voice actresses who played characters in prior Disney films have returned to reprise their roles as those characters in this film, including Paige O'Hara, who reprises her role as Belle, after having retired from the role seven years prior.
  3. Just like the first movie also, there are some of the places that aren't product placements, like a fictional online game called Slaughter Race, which is pretty cool to look at and could have given the film potential to focus more on Internet gaming being the future to the irrelevance of the arcade rather than the Internet in general.
  4. The scene in which Vanellope meets up with the Disney Princesses is very funny and original, pointing out many outdated clichés and making fun of some classic stereotypes.
  5. Despite the plot basically centering itself around eBay in an egregious way, there is a fun moment where Ralph and Vanellope spout random numbers in an auction, which arguably harkens back to how their relationship was in the first film.
  6. Amazing score by Henry Jackman.
    • The musical number sung by Vanellope and the Slaughter Race crew is jam-packed with so much creativity and imagination, and the song itself is pretty enjoyable, working as a decent satire of the traditional Disney Princess 'I want' songs.
  7. Some of the new characters are actually decent, though not as good as the ones in the previous movie.
  8. Despite a majority of the attempts at humor being rather mediocre, there are at least some hilarious moments that are worth a laugh, such as one scene where Ralph is portraying as Bob Ross, and the above mentioned Rick-roll post-credits scene.
  9. Stan Lee's brief tribute cameo.

Reception

Box office

As of December 30, 2018, Ralph Breaks the Internet has grossed $175.7 million in the United States and Canada, and $174.7 million in other territories, for a total worldwide gross of $350.4 million, against a production budget of $175 million, making it a box-office hit.

Critical response

Ralph Breaks the Internet received mixed-to-positive reviews from critics and audiences, who called it a "worthy successor" and praised the animation, humor, characters, and plot, as well as the vocal performances of Reilly and Silverman, although people nowadays are taking a negative response to it, while referring to it as a big downgrade from the first film. On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 88% based on 223 reviews, with an average rating of 7.3/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Ralph Breaks the Internet levels up on its predecessor with a funny, heartwarming sequel that expands its colorful universe while focusing on core characters and relationships.". Metacritic calculated a weighted average score of 71 out of 100, based on 43 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A−" on an A+ to F scale, down from the "A" earned by the first film, while PostTrak reported filmgoers gave it 4 out of 5 stars.

Accolades

Ralph Breaks the Internet was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 91st Academy Awards, 76th Golden Globe Awards, and 24th Critics' Choice Awards, but lost to all three of them to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Sequel?

John C. Reilly (Ralph’s voice actor) says that he has an idea if a third film was to be made, he would like to see Ralph and Vanellope "beaming themselves right out into space".

Spin-off?

Rich Moore and Phil Johnston said that the second film, would have a spin-off film focusing on the Disney Princesses could be made depending on the audience's response, and "If there's a good story to be told."

Videos

Trivia

  • An IMDb logo is prominently displayed when Ralph first falls into the Internet; it can be seen in fourty-five seconds into the first teaser trailer.
  • The end credits go on for nearly thirteen minutes.
  • Like its predecessor, Super Mario makes no appearance in the game; however, in one sequence at Spamley's office, a stack of question mark boxes from the Super Mario series appear, lying in a corner.
  • Hidden Mickey: In one scene Ralph whistles music from Steamboat Willie, the first cartoon to feature Mickey Mouse.
  • The film was originally scheduled to be released in the United States on March 9;[3] however, it was pushed back to November as Disney scheduled A Wrinkle in Time for the original date instead.[4]

External links

References

Comments


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Roblistic

5 months ago
Score -6
I wanted it to be WIS, but oh well, I guess according to the page, it's average (still think The Emoji Movie is way better, but even that film has many problems).
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ACoolBlaze5

5 months ago
Score 12
I'm sorry, but due to the positive reception and balanced pointers, it uses BQ GQ
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Roblistic

5 months ago
Score 1
OK.
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Orangeboy 2003

one month ago
Score 0
WIS?
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Chilly5000

one month ago
Score 0
"Why It Sucks".
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Orangeboy 2003

one month ago
Score 0
ah! thanks!
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HellLord

5 months ago
Score 7
Rest in peace: the greatest movies wiki version of this page
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Acapal8893

21 days ago
Score -1
I think I have an idea. We COULD remake the Greatest Movies Wiki page, but keep the page for Awful Movies Wiki. If it worked for Crappy Games Wiki and Awesome Games wiki, it could possibly happen here too.
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Trevor807

21 days ago
Score 0
I’d be surprised if this does get approved.
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Acapal8893

18 days ago
Score 0
There have been pages on both Crappy Games Wiki and Terrible TV shows wiki that made it on the other wikis. Why can't we do it here?
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Trevor807

17 days ago
Score 2
All the shows on BTVSW and TTVSW are good or bad seasons of series.
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Acapal8893

17 days ago
Score 0
I get that. But, what about CGW and AGW?
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Trevor807

17 days ago
Score 0
DeciduousWater534 believes there shouldn't be a category like this on the games wikis, either, except for stuff that went bad.
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Masson Thief

17 days ago
Score 0
Hi Acapal! We need to think about your proposition but in the meantime you are free to write a positive blog version of this movie.
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Acapal8893

15 days ago
Score 0
I could. Unfortunately, I can only access my own account on my IPad due to changes a while ago and I might have to use the template of the former page if thats possible and it still exists.
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HellLord

5 months ago
Score 3
I liked this film but it’s a fucking shame that they didn’t release the full DanTDM cut into home media
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SporeShroom2007

5 months ago
Score 1
#ReleaseTheDanTDMCut
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HellLord

5 months ago
Score 0
YEAH!!!!!!
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Roblistic

5 months ago
Score 0
And now Rich Moore is at Sony Pictures Animation.
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Μπέλα2006

5 months ago
Score 1
Is this page ready?
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FreezingTNT

5 months ago
Score 9

R.I.P. the page on the Greatest Movies Wiki.

Press F to pay respects.
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Trevor807

5 months ago
Score 16
F
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ACoolBlaze5

5 months ago
Score 12
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HellLord

5 months ago
Score 2
F
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Athaggard160

5 months ago
Score 2
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The Autistic Raccoon

5 months ago
Score 2
F
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Mr. Dready

5 months ago
Score 4
F: Rank UP!
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SummonWater827

4 months ago
Score 0
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P51Mustangfan42

3 months ago
Score 0
F
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MatthewThePrep

2 months ago
Score 1

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MeMeGuYWasLost

5 months ago
Score 4
The emoji movie except it’s made by Disney.
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DatCoolRedstoneGuy Est. 2004

5 months ago
Score 11
At least Ralph Breaks the Internet is better than The Emoji Movie
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Athaggard160

5 months ago
Score 3
I totally agree and find RBTI much better as well.
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Roblistic

5 months ago
Score 1
This might sound unpopular, but I think The Emoji Movie is better than this (I actually find that film pretty decent), because while that film had characters that were pretty bad and forgettable, this film takes the characters you know and love and ruins them.
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SpongeBob99Swell

5 months ago
Score 1

Honestly, I find this movie to be worse.

While The Emoji Movie was bad, at least we all expected it to be in the first place. "Ralph Breaks The Internet" is MILES worse because it not only had wasted potential, but it also came from a studio that has nearly 90 years of practice at storytelling and could've and should've done better, and I hate what the film represents more on the count of that. It hasn't even been 2 full years since it came out and it already feels dated.
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Trevor807

5 months ago
Score 2
Plus it might not have even been Rich Moore and Phil Johnston’s fault; rumors say Disney hired Pamela Ribon to rewrite the film to add feminist overtones.
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Roblistic

5 months ago
Score 1
And now I fear that the third film won't be good since Rich Moore is now at Sony Pictures Animation (though he might come back, maybe after he's done with Vivo, which is a film that he'll be directing for Sony Pictures Animation).
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Roblistic

5 months ago
Score 0
Bill Hader was wasted in this film.
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HellLord

5 months ago
Score 1
D I F I
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ItMeansNothing

5 months ago
Score 3
This movie was disappointing to me at least.
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CreativePenguin50

5 months ago
Score 3
I actually liked this movie... I respect all of your opinions, guys!
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Athaggard160

5 months ago
Score 1
I really still like this movie, even after it ended up here.
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Masson Thief

5 months ago
Score 2
Of course a page on our wikis doesn't dictate anyone's tastes.
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FreezingTNT

5 months ago
Score 1
Fair, but Evil Tim's pointers for his old sandbox of The Last Jedi convinced me that the film really was bad (initially I thought it was pretty good, and I was aware of the flaws Star Wars fans had criticized the movie for).
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Mr. Dready

5 months ago
Score 4

First: Terminator: Dark Fate Second:Birds of Prey Third: Mulan and now this.

I'm doing a similar thing even know i added Armikrog back when on fandom on Awesome Games wiki, but since it's neutral i thing it more belongs on Crappy Games wiki.
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TanReviewer

5 months ago
Score 1
I honestly agree except Mulan which was inevitable
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Mr. Dready

5 months ago
Score 2
Though I still like this movie.
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Edunk5

5 months ago
Score 2

I don't think Ralph Breaks the Internet is as bad The Emoji Movie. I mean I feel that compared to TEM, it has a better researched depiction of the internet, most of the internet properties are fictional, it uses memes and trends that are timeless and when it uses such that are quickly or already dated, it is done satirically. I don't think it's a commercial for internet properties or apps let alone be a commercial in general for the most part though I do feel the whole Oh My Disney sequence is shameless self-promotion on Disney's part. Overall unlike TEM, RBTI at least has a storyline and some heart plus since the former was released when the latter was still in production, the filmmakers knew they have to seriously make it intelligent and humble as well as taking their time.

Also another bad quality I believe is the climax in that the Disney Princesss come over to save the day when it would've been a lot better if Shanks did it as it would complete her own character development.
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SpongeBob99Swell

5 months ago
Score 0

I don't necessarily think it's done satirically considering how all the film did was acknowledge that these trends exist.

While The Emoji Movie was bad, at least we all expected it to be in the first place. "Ralph Breaks The Internet" is MILES worse because it not only had wasted potential, but it also came from a studio that has nearly 90 years of practice at storytelling and could've and should've done better. It hasn't even been 2 full years since it came out and it already feels dated.
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FreezingTNT

5 months ago
Score 3
To add to your point, The Emoji Movie at least gives some of the IRL Internet properties and apps a purpose in the story (Instagram is the place where Mel reveals that he is a malfunction like Gene is, a Twitter bird is summoned by Jailbreak to bring her and Hi-5 to Textopolis, YouTube serves as a bit of a distraction for Smiler's robots whilst Gene, Hi-5 and Jailbreak escape, Just Dance is where Gene and Jailbreak bond a bit, they're dancing, and is where Jailbreak is revealed to be a princess, also their actions cause the app to be deleted and Hi-5 with it and they have to rescue him, etc.).
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AgentLocke

5 months ago
Score 4
I was just waiting for this film to appear i knew it wouldent stay on the greatest films wiki for long
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Hayden B.

5 months ago
Score 1
Same. I really don't see why this film deserved a spot there in the first place...
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RaymesisEvil

5 months ago
Score 0
The Emoji Movie 2.0
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 2
I liked this movie. I'd call it The Emoji Movie done better like page said.
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ACoolBlaze5

5 months ago
Score 6
The Emoji Movie 2: Electric Boogaloo
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Ghostskye6666

5 months ago
Score 1
Why was this added on here in the first place?
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HellLord

5 months ago
Score 1
Because it was found out that the film is actually bad
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HellLord

5 months ago
Score 0
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Nihirichan

5 months ago
Score 1
r/fellowkids
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3 O 5

5 months ago
Score 0
I was only ever motivated to watch this because Dan said he acted in it. Unfortunately, in my country someone else voiced the character he was supposed to voice.
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JDM4678

5 months ago
Score 0

All I wanted in this is a Newgrounds refer-

Wait no, Newgrounds is intended to be used by teens and adults
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Jureg Óbvio O Ogro Verde

5 months ago
Score 2
Finally. The Emoji Movie 2.0 is now in Awful Movies Wiki! I’m so happy!
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TheSwagSceptile

5 months ago
Score 1
This movie was on greatest movies wiki
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Necropolis

5 months ago
Score 3
Yeah, But now it moved to Awful movies wiki for some reason
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Trevor807

4 months ago
Score 8
Because it's actually bad.
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ItMeansNothing

3 months ago
Score 1
Or disappointing.
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Jego5542Gonzalez

4 months ago
Score 1
I never hated this movie because I disagree with this page.
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Bluetigerelevenblue

4 months ago
Score 1

The Emoji Movie 2: Wreck It Ralph's Internet Adventure


Although I actually liked this film, I just wanted to join the fun.
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Bluetigerelevenblue

4 months ago
Score 0
Tbh I actually think that both this and The Emoji Movie are decent.
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Portrock1566

4 months ago
Score 2
The Virgin Emoji Movie vs the Chad Ralph Breaks the Internet.
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Anonymy

4 months ago
Score 1
The emoji virgin vs chad breaks the internet
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Roblistic

4 months ago
Score 1
Virgin Stafford vs Chad Brady.
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Nitesh Surya Vanapalli

4 months ago
Score -2
No offense, but I think this wiki is taking modern movies very seriously.
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Trevor807

4 months ago
Score 6
There are lots of modern movies we don't take seriously, such as the Sonic movieGMW.
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Peter Parker

2 months ago
Score 0
Uhhhhh.... I thought we were supposed to fix it, not advertise it.
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Trevor807

20 days ago
Score 0
There’s a difference between correction and advertising.
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Nitesh Surya Vanapalli

4 months ago
Score 1
Sorry, but I disagree with this page, but I won't vandalize it.
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KlumTheGreatHero

4 months ago
Score 0
I don't believe it.
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P51Mustangfan42

3 months ago
Score -8
this should not be on this wiki
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ItMeansNothing

3 months ago
Score 1
Uno reverse card
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P51Mustangfan42

3 months ago
Score -6
no Uno we should put this film back on the greatest movie's wiki
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ItMeansNothing

3 months ago
Score 3
No stop it fanboy
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P51Mustangfan42

3 months ago
Score -4
shut up
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Anonymy

3 months ago
Score -1
no
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DatCoolRedstoneGuy Est. 2004

3 months ago
Score 1
Ralph Breaks the Internet was added on this wiki as an average film
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DatCoolRedstoneGuy Est. 2004

3 months ago
Score 1
And it was also added there for a reason
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Master Chief

3 months ago
Score 1
I actually really like this movie.
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Masson Thief

17 days ago
Score 0
That's fine by me.
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PlantyB0i

3 months ago
Score 1
The Emoji Movie done right.
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Hayden B.

3 months ago
Score 2

"Ralph makes an asmr video and gets cyberbullied."

-Stevie (Letterboxd)
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Stomps

2 months ago
Score 6

Vanellope: Wow! This cartoon world full of colors is so lame!!!


But she is a PRINCESS of a game that is "lame" to her
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Trevor807

2 months ago
Score 2
President, actually.
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Peter Parker

2 months ago
Score -2
Basically The Emoji Movie but it's very polarizing.
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Eric Cartman 2001

2 months ago
Score 1
I liked it honestly.
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IronKidFan8

2 months ago
Score 1
I love that film. I hope they make a Wreck-it Ralph 3 one day.
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HH!MagicalReviewer

one month ago
Score 0
Wreck it ralph was a boring film but this movie is even more boring, average at best
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LancedSoul

one month ago
Score 0
The Emoji Movie: Disney Edition
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Blubabluba9990

one month ago
Score 0
This movie is 10000x better than The Emoji Movie though.
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The7Guy

26 days ago
Score 1
Heck yea, bluba! It's much, MUCH better and it doesn't look that much of a "How do you do, fellow kids?" moment.
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Cecilia1945

24 days ago
Score 0
I don't HATE this movie, but I don't particularly "like" it either.
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Cecilia1945

4 days ago
Score 0
I don't like it, but, yeah.
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Triggeredrepatillo

5 days ago
Score 0
ralph break the reception wikis is next!

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