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Wreck-It Ralph, the Ultimate Collector’s Edition

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Wreck-It Ralph is a story about a video game “Bad Guy” who is on a mission to becoming a “Good Guy”.

I enjoyed watching this movie myself, so I say it’s for all ages, but obviously more appealing to the younger crowd (boys and girls alike) because it’s a cartoon. However, don’t let that fool you into thinking you won’t enjoy it.

This movie is a unique view of the video games and you are going to enjoy this one, as will everyone who watches it.

Without completely ruining the storyline, by day, the video games are just that; a video game, but by night, the characters come to life to reveal the real characters. They can also visit other games and characters.

I don’t want to spoil the plot and story, but I am confident that young and old, boy or girl, you’re going to enjoy this movie.

And Disney pulled out all the stops on this one too. This is the Ultimate Collector’s Edition. It comes in 4 formats: a Digital Copy, DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D! Plus it also has Behind the Scenes, Deleted Scenes, and more. What is the “and more”? Well, you’re just going to have to check it out and see.

Hope you enjoyed the review and teasers. After you watch the movie, drop me a comment on what YOU thought of it. I’ll be looking forward to your comments.

Mark

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