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Tribune News Service
2018-11-27 by Katie WalshIt's pretty incredible to see how the filmmakers easily and boldly slip concepts right from the therapist's office into the wild rumpus through the internet.
Globe and Mail
2018-11-25 by Barry HertzRalph Breaks the Internet is less a film, more a commercial. Game over, everyone.
2018-11-23 by Philip De SemlyenIt's not every animation that features an eBay-spoofing riff involving a corn chip shaped like Beyoncé.
2018-11-22 by Matthew RozsaI am happy to say that the misogynists' worst fears were realized. This is very much a movie whose female characters are equal to their male counterparts...
2018-11-21 by Brian TallericoRalph Breaks the Internet works because it doesn't pander, and it doesn't simplify.
2018-11-21 by David SimsRalph Breaks the Internet is, without a doubt, the best film made about the lives of computer programs since the Wachowskis' Matrix sequels; I mean this as a glowing compliment.
2018-11-21 by Adam Graham"Ralph Breaks the Internet" doesn't have anything new to say about our online behavior; it just wants us to log on and tune out.
2018-11-21 by Scott TobiasThe opposing trajectories of Ralph and Vanellope's friendship, fueled by their mutual insecurities and hurt, gives Ralph Breaks the Internet the little bit of heart it needs to keep from becoming mere product.
Dallas Morning News
2018-11-21 by Britton PeeleRalph Breaks the Internet is smart, charming and funny while also being pointed, effective and very timely.
2018-11-21 by Michael Phillips"Ralph Breaks the Internet" concerns a long-established friendship on the verge of inevitable, painful change, and Reilly and Silverman work every part of that dynamic successfully.
2018-11-21 by Tom RussoReilly does nice work playing his big lug's insecurity and struggle to let his friend go, but Silverman delivers a performance that's downright moving in its expression of yearning - on a couple of different levels, interpretation depending.
2018-11-20 by Peter HowellThe internet had it coming and this movie delivers serious silicon schadenfreude. Come for the breaking, stay for the hacking.
2018-11-20 by Soren AndersenThe best animated movies are those that feel timeless. "Ralph," with its right-now storyline, seems already dated, a product of thinking that's five minutes ago.
2018-11-20 by Jake CoyleIt would be better if it went further and wrestled more with the online world than used it as another bits and bytes background. Really, it doesn't quite live up to the title. Ralph could have done more damage.
2018-11-20 by David FearWill he break the Internet or will it break him? It's painfully recognizable, this neediness, as is the rise and fall. Ralph, c'est moi.
Minneapolis Star Tribune
2018-11-20 by Jeff StricklerHaving Ralph show up may not solve all our problems, but at least it makes us forget about them for a while. "Ralph Breaks the Internet" breaks us up.
2018-11-20 by Kristen Page-Kirby"Ralph Breaks the Internet" looks great. But it's the script that gives it its heart.
New York Post
2018-11-20 by Johnny OleksinskiTechnology can be tough to toss into kids' movies. The way "The Emoji Movie" did it was cynical and cold. The web of "Ralph," however, has smarts and soul.
2018-11-19 by Richard RoeperFor such a sweet-natured, candy-colored, family-friendly animated adventure, Ralph Breaks the Internet serves up quite the mega-helping of meta material.
New York Times
2018-11-19 by Bilge Ebiri"Ralph Breaks the Internet" might look like just another adorable, funny animated family film, but it also connects to our current reality in ways that are downright bone-chilling.