Expect to be immersed in another world from your childhood when you see Walt Disney Animation Studios' newest animated film, "Wreck-It Ralph." Much like the clever and funny "Toy Story" series, "Wreck-It Ralph" allows audiences a look at what goes on with our playthings when the kids aren't around. Yet this time it's a view behind the screens of video games to expose what happens after the kids leave the arcade.
The story is about Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly), the bad guy in the Fix-It Felix, Jr. game. As his name indicates, Ralph's job is to destroy things that the other residents of Niceville, especially hero Fix-It Felix Jr. (voiced by Jack McBrayer), have built. After 30 years of being an outcast, Ralph is fed up and decides to try to prove he, too, can be one of the good guys so that he will be accepted by the other game characters.