Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) in a scene from "Ralph Breaks the Internet."
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In a battle between the internet and John C. Reilly, who among us wouldn't root for the latter?The web of "Ralph Breaks the Internet" is a strictly PG-rated, sanitized version.That doesn't mean there aren't cruel truths that Ralph must confront in cyberspace none more than when a crestfallen Ralph sees the responses to his popular viral video. Vanellope crashes with Ralph, but he can see his friend is feeling lost.Ralph resolves to journey into the internet to purchase the replacement part that will save Vanellope's game.Directed by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston, this film's vision of the internet is an idealized one.There's much that's clever in "Ralph Breaks the Internet," but it's the film's heart, thanks to Reilly and Silverman's voice work and easy rapport, that has made them more than a whiz-bang graphical blast.Ralph could have done more damage.
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