With Wreck-It Ralph, Disney delivers a fun and funny animated film that packs a surprisingly nuanced message about what it means to be “good.”
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Walt Disney Animation Studios announces Wreck-It Ralph, a CG-animated comedy about a video game villain who desperately wants to be one of the good guys.