How did they get copyrights to all those games?!?
I have, and I was skeptic at first. It really reminded me of a Toy Story for video games. With Disney owning Pixar now, I was thinking they were recycling a formula with a different medium, and it wasn't going to be quality.The more I see on it, the more I like. And Matt's question above really makes me think this may be another Gem like "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" that had both WB and Disney Cartoons side by side. I know I'm pumped to see it, and I really think we should have a class field trip to go see it (group discount anyone)?
I am ridiculously excited for this movie. I love films that play with perspective like this, forcing a character who is typically not thought of as protagonist material into the spotlight. I love that Ralph exists in a universe not entirely composed of his own game, but where his game is like a tree branch or a country within a greater, more expansive universe. I'm interested to see how it will end, to see whether Ralph will return, empowered, to his own game or if he will make his own way in the world. It will be interesting to see what kind of message is shown.