For a gamer, Wreck-It Ralph is about as epic as it gets-especially those who've played games their entire lives and have seen the industry advance to the mind-boggling era it is now in. There is no doubt in my mind that director/writer Rich Moore (who also directed numerous Futurama and The Simpsons episodes) and writer Phil Johnston are huge video game fans because the movie includes numerous cameos from video game characters (including the voice actors of the game icons) and gamer-laced gags litter in literally every second of the film. There's even a freaking kill screen at the end of the credits.
But Wreck-It Ralph goes beyond just some "All Your Base" references and the Konami code to get 30 lives. It's a touching tale about friendship and a man who's suppose to be the bad guy trying to be the good guy.
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