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Old 10-05-2012, 05:08 AM   #61
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Nice! Hopefully it's not one of those "And the hero realises his place is right back where he started" kind of stories which it seems to indicate but I guess I can live with that. Disney has certainly been working hard to create a great movie.
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Nice! Hopefully it's not one of those "And the hero realises his place is right back where he started" kind of stories which it seems to indicate but I guess I can live with that. Disney has certainly been working hard to create a great movie.


I have been saying it is exactly that, because what else would it be? I feel they've played the whole movie already, at least storywise.

However, the animation and look are wonderful and it looks funny, so I can live with a stock plot (there are only so many, especially in kid's movies) if the characters and dialog are enjoyable.
 
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I have been saying it is exactly that, because what else would it be? I feel they've played the whole movie already, at least storywise.

However, the animation and look are wonderful and it looks funny, so I can live with a stock plot (there are only so many, especially in kid's movies) if the characters and dialog are enjoyable.


I vote in the opposite direction.

I predict the ending will be Wreck-It-Ralph becomes Player 2 to Fix-It-Felix... that is... he becomes a bonafide hero.

I think the Disney "message" here is "You can be who you make yourself to be."

So it can't end that Ralph understands he has to spend the rest of his life wrecking apartments and losing to Felix.
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