Skip to comments.Movie Recommendation For Families - Wreck It Ralph
Posted on 11/03/2012 5:48:58 PM PDT by My Favorite Headache
Just took my daughter to see the new movie Wreck It Ralph. If you are a fan of Toy Story and you were child of the 70s and 80s generation you will totally appreciate this film. Incredible animation, excellent storyline, and the story is so creative and original that I want to go see it again.
We saw it in D-Box 3-D and that made the experience all the more better. Zero profanity. Zero sexual suggestive words...just pure FUN with a capital F.
Every show that was screening today was SOLD OUT. I think the days of Toy Story being the dominant franchise for toys/kids movies is OVER. They could EASILY make 4 sequels out of this and it would never get boring.
For those who are not familiar with it here is the trailer:
I saw a tweet that said the movie will be a cult classic for stoners.
I don’t think so. Sarah Silverman?
It looks like a good movie but having to see ANYTHING with Jane Lynch, who constantly is trashing Republicans and Tea Partiers..I don’t know, maybe I will see it..but I just can’t stand that woman, same goes for Sarah Silverman
Look...I can’t stand her either...but I literally would never be able to take my kid to a movie like this...they are all liberals...not much I can do about a kids/family film that my daughter wanted to see. She doesn’t understand politics...she is soon to be 5. Besides, Sarah actually did a great job in this film.
Agreed. I can’t listen to Sarah Silverman or Jane Lynch, who also voices a character in the movie.
I’ll wait for it on bittorrent when someone uploads it. Won’t give a dime to these lib pukes.
Agreed. Went to see Flight which was good, but why do they need to use curse words? So unnecessary.
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