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“Wreck-It Ralph” was solid. I thought the characters and worlds were very well designed, and I enjoyed a lot of the voice acting, particularly from Alan Tudyk and his Ed Wynn-style King of Candy. The concept was also pretty good, but the script had a few too many coincidences and repeated dialogue for my taste. I does feature quite a few video game cameos and references, often tucked into the background or cleverly disguised.
If you’re going to see it, I highly recommend the pre-show short “Paperman”. It’s beautiful and touching, but I don’t want to spoil it, so I’ll leave it at that.
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What’s the Joke, Projectionist? Having a bunch of video game inside jokes explained to you is a daunting proposal, which Del conveys through sarcasm in the final panel. Also, since “Wreck-It Ralph” is about video game characters, the strip is done in a faux 16-bit style.