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Let's be honest; There are many Disney comics and animations that can give you emotional scars.
Bambi's mother is shot by a hunter, the strange brutality of Fantasia, Mufasa meets his producer in The Lion King, the pink elephants in Dumbo, the oven in Toy Story 3 …
They are all nightmares.
Yep, the children's movies really have a strong tradition of messing their heads, but we firmly believe that the best can always tear the line between light and dark.
On this note, Ralph Breaks Internet, or Wreck-It Ralph II, is very much in this vein because, as mentioned in our spoiler-free review, the meta-jokes about pop culture are back with a blow, but it's a real heart to Rich Moore and Phil Johnston's film.
Truth is being told, when the very first trailer was released, the audience could only talk about a twisted gag that probably gave each and every parent a sadistic laughter when it played out on the screen.
You know what we're talking about … The cat gets the pancake.
If you have not seen it yet, it is included at the end of the trailer here.
Clipboard via Walt Disney Animation Studios
Who does not love to see exploding entrails of a pixelized cartoon character?
Yep, that's the kind of amazing trauma that defines Ralph Breaks Internet, and when JOE took up the directors in Disney's newest caps, we had to ask them about the best post-credit sequence we've seen this page of MCU.
"We were both in love with that scene, and when we cut it from the movie, the trailer had already come out and we were like" Oh no! People really like that scene.
"It's very funny, and they even make toys of these characters (rabbit and kitten), so we should probably figure out a way to get it back in there!" said johnston.
Is it not wonderful that the two board members who are happy to inflict minor childhood injuries on the children who are watching?
With regard to the plot of Ralph Breaks Internet, we are back in company with Ralph and Vanellope as they discover a Wi-Fi router in their arcade, which leads them to a new adventure.
Vanellope, of course, is a true princess after she has performed on Sugar Rush in the first film, but after walking into the world of the Internet, Vanellope von Schweetz is getting a collapse in Disney's history, especially quite complex personalities , fairy tales and backgrounds of each princess.
Without giving way too much, Sarah Silverman finds her character surrounded by Snow White, Elsa, Rapunzel and co. but what unfolds is one of the smartest and most meta-bursts of the animation genre.
Abduction, poisoning, curse, PTSD, Stockholm syndrome, touch of death …
Yes, you do not see discussions like this in all animations.
"It was a blast to register, but seeing it and just knowing that Disney was a game to make it was great," said Silverman.
"Yes, it was so cool that Disney was a game to have all of her princesses out there, and because of my character with these princesses with their tight, thin corsets and waist to make them have comfortable clothes, it was a proud moment for me to be a moment! "
With rude shotgun on Star Wars, Marvel, great websites from all over the world and Disney's own story, it's clear that Wreck-It Ralph has lost its ability to destroy.
Long may it last.
You can check out our interviews with the cast and crew of Ralph Breaks Internet below.
John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman.
Co-directors, Phil Johnston and Rich Moore.