Ralph Breaks the Internet


Ralph Breaks the Internet is a 2018 Family Animation Comedy movie directed by . It stars John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot, among others.

Ralph Breaks the Internet is currently rated 7.4 stars on the ReelBugs scale.

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Title Ralph Breaks the Internet
Language en
Genres Family
Status Released
Countries United States of America,
Runtime 112 min

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Ralph Breaks the Internet Summary

Taking place six years following the events of the first film, the story will center on Ralph's adventures in the Internet data space when a Wi-Fi router gets plugged into the arcade as he must find a replacement part to fix Sugar Rush.

Ralph Breaks the Internet Cast

John C. Reilly Ralph Breaks the Internet Ralph (voice)
John C. Reilly

Ralph (voice)

Sarah Silverman Ralph Breaks the Internet Vanellope (voice)
Sarah Silverman

Vanellope (voice)

Gal Gadot Ralph Breaks the Internet Shank (voice)
Gal Gadot

Shank (voice)

Taraji P. Henson Ralph Breaks the Internet Yesss (voice)
Taraji P. Henson

Yesss (voice)

Alan Tudyk Ralph Breaks the Internet KnowsMore (voice)
Alan Tudyk

KnowsMore (voice)

Jack McBrayer Ralph Breaks the Internet Fix-It Felix (voice)
Jack McBrayer

Fix-It Felix (voice)

Jane Lynch Ralph Breaks the Internet Calhoun (voice)
Jane Lynch

Calhoun (voice)

Phil Johnston Ralph Breaks the Internet Surge Protector (voice)
Phil Johnston

Surge Protector (voice)

Paige O'Hara Ralph Breaks the Internet Belle (voice)
Paige O'Hara

Belle (voice)

Irene Bedard Ralph Breaks the Internet Pocahontas (voice)
Irene Bedard

Pocahontas (voice)

Mandy Moore Ralph Breaks the Internet Rapunzel (voice)
Mandy Moore

Rapunzel (voice)

Auli'i Cravalho Ralph Breaks the Internet Moana (voice)
Auli'i Cravalho

Moana (voice)

Kristen Bell Ralph Breaks the Internet Anna (voice)
Kristen Bell

Anna (voice)

Idina Menzel Ralph Breaks the Internet Elsa (voice)
Idina Menzel

Elsa (voice)

Kelly Macdonald Ralph Breaks the Internet Merida (voice)
Kelly Macdonald

Merida (voice)

Anika Noni Rose Ralph Breaks the Internet Tiana (voice)
Anika Noni Rose

Tiana (voice)

Linda Larkin Ralph Breaks the Internet Jasmine (voice)
Linda Larkin

Jasmine (voice)

Jodi Benson Ralph Breaks the Internet Ariel (voice)
Jodi Benson

Ariel (voice)

Ming-Na Wen Ralph Breaks the Internet Mulan (voice)
Ming-Na Wen

Mulan (voice)

Jennifer Hale Ralph Breaks the Internet Cinderella (voice)
Jennifer Hale

Cinderella (voice)

Parents Guide

Ralph Breaks the Internet is rated PG. Some material may not be suitable for children. Parents urged to give "parental guidance". May contain some material parents might not like for their young children. For a more detailed description, check out Ralph Breaks the Internet - Parents Guide

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June 4, 2018

Pocahontas' hair is flowing without wind in the room...

Yup. I am completely sold on this.

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July 26, 2018

I can imagine myself in a room with all the Disney villains and saying: ''I'm a villain too''.

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July 27, 2018

See Sony? THIS is how you do product placement!

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Aug. 11, 2018

The main antagonist is Ajit Pai

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Aug. 2, 2018

1:23 is no one gonna talk about Eeyore appearing in the movie?

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June 5, 2018

Hopefully they won't discover the deep web.

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Aug. 27, 2018

1:24 I honestly never thought that I would EVER see Iron Man, a T-65 X-Wing Starfighter, the house from Up, and Luxo Jr. in the same scene with Daft Punk blaring in the background in an official movie trailer from Disney

and the Death Star

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July 17, 2018

Time to roast the feminists in this movie:

Rapunzel, You're certainly one to talk, considering the fact that you-and about EVERY SINGLE OTHER PRINCESS IN THIS ROOM got their problems solved because a big strong man showed up(AND I DON'T CARE IF THIS IS JUST DISNEY POKING FUN AT ITSELF).

Let's start with Cinderella, shall we? When you went to the ball, you immediately caught the eye of Prince Charming, and if he hadn't become so obsessed with your beauty and finding you to be his wife, you'd still be a slave at the hands of those three egotistical ----- -------- you call your stepfamily.

How about Belle? Granted she is probably one of the most intelligent of you lot, but the only difference here is that your problem WAS a big strong man showing up(Gaston). And it was only solved when another big strong man (The Beast) and you met up and realized that true beauty is found within and blah blah blah.

Snow White's story? When the evil queen showed up disguised as an old hag and put you into euthanasia with a poisoned apple, it was up to your very own prince to wake you up with true love's kiss. And considering the fact that you were practically singing "Someday My Prince Will Come" throughout the ENTIRETY of your movie, there is no chance in hell you can claim the mantle of "independent woman".

Then there's Rapunzel. In the original story, you were found by (Guess again) ANOTHER prince for whom you let down your hair. And after you were cast off in god knows where, the prince, though blinded, was the one who found you due to your singing voice. In Tangled, if it wasn't for that thief Eugene Fitzherbert, you would still be gleefully ignorant locked away by Mother Gothel. Heck, I don't even know why I call her "Mother", she is a mother to the devil only.

Next up is Moana. She could have NEVER restored the heart of Te Fiti on her own. She needed the help of Maui, who although was the reason this problem existed in the first place, was a key part in solving this problem. And though you say you're simply the daughter of the chief, I tend to agree with the Rock on your true status.

Anna...sweet naive pitiful Anna. The fact that your father locked you and your sister away for thirteen years should have driven you both insane. It's wonder why you weren't. But even after Elsa revealed her powers, it was Kristoff who took you up the North Mountain to get her down.

Pocahontas, you're not actually a princess-but your problems in the movie were partly solved by a man, namely John Smith. And whether or not you stood in the way of your father's mace as part of some ritual of goodwill or whether you truly did love him, proves you are everything BUT independent.

Even Tiana doesn't count for this, because although she DID work her butt off to raise money to open her own restaurant, the final push to achieve her dream came from Prince Navine.

And how about Ariel. Her vast curiosity was only sated after meeting Prince Eric, whom she went to great lengths to get her own set of legs to join him on land and eventually marry.

Then we have Merida. Now it's true she did attempt to take her marriage situation into her own hands by cheating the entire trial to find you a husband, but the clues of how to make things right with your mother came from the story of who? You guessed it, the story of a big strong man who let his pride get the better of him, but a big strong man nonetheless. In fact he wasn't just a big strong man, he was a big man with the strength of ten men.

Jasmine, your story is quite similar to Merida's, in that your parents both tried to force you to marry when you either didn't want to or hadn't found the right person. The difference here, is that a man DID show up, who happened to be a "street rat", but you ended up marrying him anyways, solving that problem and, alongside him, ridding your Sultanate of the villain Jafar once and for all.

And finally you, Vanellope. If it wasn't for Wreck-it Ralph, you'd still be trapped inside your own game and everyone would think that you are a glitch.

In fact, the only two people in this room who DIDN'T get their problems solved by a big strong man showing up are Elsa and Mulan, and they're not even Princesses at all!(one of them is a Queen and the other is not related to a royal family)

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Aug. 11, 2018

Muppets: Time
Star Wars: Reality
Animation: Power
Marvel: Mind
Pixar: Space

Finally collects the soul stone

Fox: Soul

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July 30, 2018

Can there be a Disney Villain scene in it? I WANNA SEE MY BOYS SCAR AND JAFAR SO BAD!

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June 5, 2018

Infinity War is the World's most ambitious crossover


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July 23, 2018

The comment that broke the internet

at 1:28 "but elsa is not a princess??

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Aug. 11, 2018

Are all the princesses voiced by the same person?

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July 29, 2018

Vanelope: "Oh, come on! Princesses and cartoon characters? BARF!"
Me: "Well look who's talking, LOL"

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July 17, 2018

there better be club penguin or i swear to god and not the 3d penguin crap either

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June 5, 2018

Please dont end up like emoji movie.

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July 20, 2018

I’ve watched this trailer a few times and I now barely notice Mickey Mouse on top of Disney animation between Marvel and Star Wars 1:27

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Nov. 22, 2018


So the scene when the bunny eat the milkshake and pancakes, that part isn’t in the movie! Anyone know why?

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Sept. 23, 2018

Can I get all like . It's my birthday today.

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July 19, 2018

1:38 What does jasmine plan to do with that lamp? like seriously XD

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June 4, 2018

I bet Ajit Pai will be the villain😂

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Aug. 9, 2018

I bet you a virus is the villian.

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July 25, 2018

If we can have Robert Downey Jr doing the voice for Iron Man if he has a scene, then this movie is complete! Disney is killing it with this new movie! 👍🙏

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July 16, 2018

They left out one of the most important disney princesses ever:

Drax The Destroyer

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Dec. 13, 2018

I've watсhеd yеsterdау іn full HD quality at thіs websіtе: plushd. іnfо

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June 5, 2018

This trailer felt like Disney was patting itself on the back.

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Sept. 6, 2018

I just love how some dudes were so triggered by the 'big man showing up' comment they took the time to elaborate huge posts that explain to us how the men actually did solve all their problems lol.

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Aug. 11, 2018

1:10 Ralph Finds Out What MLP Inflation Porn Is And Consequently Leaves

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July 19, 2018

0:21 daft punk confirmed.

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July 18, 2018

1:55 Was that even necessary in a kids movie?