Film, Premiers, Reviews
Nov 16, 2018

Movie Review: Ralph Breaks The Internet

Disney captivates audiences of all ages in Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck It Ralph 2.


Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman), now best friends forever, are introduced to a wi-fi router giving them access to not only other games but the entire world wide web. Although access is forbidden, they embark on a new adventure to replace a steering wheel to Vanellope’s broken Sugar Rush game through eBay. Without the wheel, Sugar Rush will be retired and Vanellope and characters will be displaced forever. Upon finding a replacement they bid for on eBay, they lack the money to pay and are forced to figure out how to make a large sum of money in a short amount of time. They venture to the game Slaughter Race in hopes of stealing the coveted car guarded by Shank (Gal Gadot), the mysterious and gritty street racer, and her crew that will bring in more than enough money. Entranced by this new racing game, Vanellope finds a new life beyond Sugar Rush and is drawn to the adrenaline rush of racing with no barriers or rules. The pair also meet Yesss (Taraji P. Henson), the stylish and sassy algorithm who heads the video sharing site BuzzzTube. She aides Ralph in becoming an internet sensation to garner more money. Vanellope and Ralph ultimately are faced with deciding between the new world of the web and the familiar world of their neighborhood arcade. With the main characters tackling the web, to seeing the entire cast of the Disney Princesses, Ralph Breaks the Internet will leave you laughing and engaged with your family.

I was able to take my 5-year-old daughter to the sequel and she loved it! It was a double surprise, as this was her first time seeing a movie in a theater, ever.  Her and her sisters are big fans of the original and couldn’t wait to see their favorite characters again. She had nothing but funny moments to recap, and the thrill of seeing familiar Disney characters left her feeling enchanted and transported to another world.


Make sure to stay till the end, there are fun clips after the credits and after the after credits. You’ll find some of our photos from the official Disney premiere below, as Press Pass LA is always proud to cover Disney’s red carpets. This is a grand slam movie outing if you’re deciding on what to see over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.