"This is what Disney Magic looks like," one critic writes.
People are praising "Ralph Breaks the Internet" for its "heart," "emotional core" and "charming" humor.
The film follows titular character Wreck-It Ralph (voiced by John C. Reily) and Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) on a new adventure deep inside of the Internet. From the trailer, we saw that the sequel will have many Easter eggs and pop-culture references, from Google to "Star Wars," as well as an epic meetup of all the Disney princesses.
Those who were lucky to see early screenings of the film on Friday took to Twitter to give their spoiler-free reactions to the animated Disney sequel. So far, it sounds like it didn't disappoint.
Critics raved about the film, applauding its "huge heart," "laugh out loud" moments and a plot that shows "what Disney Magic looks like."
"Ralph Breaks The Internet is great," one viewer wrote. "Super funny, creative, and charming, with the same kind of character-based emotional core that made the first one so special. It's a really fun follow-up - very happy.
"The best thing about Ralph Breaks the Internet is it has a huge heart," another said. "That, along with some surprising subtexts, elevate what’s already a surprising, funny, exciting movie. It’s a sequel equal to its predecessor."
While most of the reviews were positive, not all who saw it were thrilled, with one person tweeting the movie is "absolutely not a movie for people who work on or use the internet regularly."
See how Twitter is reacting to the "Ralph Breaks The Internet."
Just finished screening #RalphBreaksTheInternet— Rama's Screen (@RamasScreen) November 3, 2018
The movie made me miss my old college friends whom I don’t hang out with anymore cause they got busy with their own families now, which is understandable but man, connecting thru social media just isn’t the same thing
Ralph Breaks The Internet is great. Super funny, creative, and charming, with the same kind of character-based emotional core that made the first one so special. It's a really fun follow-up - very happy. pic.twitter.com/pHhRUECU7c— Eric Eisenberg (@eeisenberg) November 3, 2018
Ralph Breaks The Internet is better than the original in every way. Huge laughs and plenty of heart. The princess sequence will more than likely become one of the most memorable scenes of 2018. Be sure to stay through the credits for even more laughs. #RalphBreaksTheInternet pic.twitter.com/9K6PA4bYH3— Scott Menzel (@TheOtherScottM) November 3, 2018
You guys, #RalphBreaksTheInternet is absolutely wonderful. Much, MUCH bigger than the first one, but it really works. Maybe the best animated movie so far this year? (It’s neck and neck with INCREDIBLES 2, gotta watch it again)— Charlie Ridgely (@charlieridgely) November 3, 2018
The best thing about Ralph Breaks the Internet is it has a huge heart. That, along with some surprising subtexts, elevate what’s already a surprising, funny, exciting movie. It’s a sequel equal to its predecessor. pic.twitter.com/FGiSXWo2Z7— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) November 3, 2018
RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET: It has plenty of story issues but plenty of fun moments. I thought it was a lot funnier than the first film.— Not Sean Mulvihill (@NotSPMulvihill) November 3, 2018
Good news: Disney didn’t screw up Ralph Breaks The Internet, but it’s not as great as the first. A lot of laugh out loud moments but the character driven emotional center, deeper dissection of internet’s pitfalls & toxic relationships elevates it. Stick through the credits.— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) November 3, 2018
Ralph Breaks The Internet was...much much funnier as a trailer? It’s absolutely not a movie for people who work on or use the internet regularly. And that’s okay! But it’s definitely not for me.— Meg Downey (@rustypolished) November 3, 2018
Thoroughly enjoyed Ralph Breaks the Internet. Great messages about the evolving nature of friendship, made me laugh, tear up and long for an epic Disney Princess Avengers-style movie all its own. Also — stick through the credits! pic.twitter.com/mcooDn7wDK— Boo-rian Particelli (@BrianParticelli) November 3, 2018
"Ralph Breaks The Internet" hits theaters November 20.
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