iedb

Les mondes de Ralph

Les mondes de Ralph
Les mondes de Ralph Rating: 75 out of 100 based on 31 reviews.
Ralph est le méchant du jeu vidéo d'arcade Répare-le, Félix !, et depuis 30 ans, à chaque partie, il détruit le même immeuble et menace ses habitants avant que Félix n'apparaisse et répare le bâtiment avec son marteau magique. Mais avec toutes ces années et le manque de considération des autres personnages du jeu, Ralph en a assez ! Après avoir participé à une réunion des "Méchants anonymes" (version dérivée des Alcooliques anonymes), le gentil méchant décide de se mettre en quête d'une médaille de héros pour passer du bon côté de la barrière. Pour cela, il part dans un autre jeu d'arcade, caché sous l'uniforme de combat d'un soldat. Il parvient à obtenir la médaille convoitée, mais se retrouve dans un jet qu'il ne parvient pas à contrôler, ce qui l'emmène dans un troisième jeu, un jeu de course appelé Sugar Rush. Son jet s'y crashe, la créature monstrueuse qui l'avait attaqué disparait dans une mare sirupeuse, et Ralph fait la connaissance d'une petite fille, surnommée "l'anomalie", Vanellope von Schweetz. Il va progressivement s'apercevoir que cette fillette rejetée par les autres personnages de son jeu et lui ont des choses en commun.
Acteurs et actrices
John C. Reilly

Ralph (voice)
Jack McBrayer

Felix (voice)
Jane Lynch

Calhoun (voice)
Sarah Silverman

Vanellope (voice)
Alan Tudyk

King Candy (voice)
Mindy Kaling

Taffyta Muttonfudge (voice)
Joe Lo Truglio

Markowski (voice)
Ed O'Neill

Mr. Litwak (voice)
Dennis Haysbert

General Hologram (voice)
Edie McClurg

Mary (voice)
Raymond S. Persi

Gene / Zombie (voice)
Jess Harnell

Don (voice)
Rachael Harris

Deanna (voice)
Skylar Astin

Roy (voice)
Adam Carolla

Wynnchel (voice)
Production
Director:Rich Moore
Producer:John Lasseter (executive producer)
Clark Spencer (producer)
Monica Lago-Kaytis (associate producer)
Writer:Phil Johnston (screenplay) and)
John C. Reilly (additional story material) and)
Rich Moore (story) and)
Jim Reardon (story)
Sam J. Levine (additional story material) (as Sam Levine) &)
Jared Stern (additional story material)
Jennifer Lee (screenplay)
Avis pour Les mondes de Ralph
MediaMikes
“Wreck-It Ralph” is the latest 3D animated film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and it also has become of my favorite films of the year. When I heard that Disney was making a film based on an 8-bit game, I was ecstatic.
Fresno Bee
"Wreck-It Ralph," a kid's version of "Tron," suggests all of the electronic characters in arcade video games have their own personal lives when no one's shoving quarters into the machine's slot.
RedEye
Anyone who has ever possessed a weakness for candy and/or video games will want to jump inside “Wreck-It Ralph,” a sweet, colorful 3-D animated feature that finds Disney passing its stuck-in-a-rut partners at Pixar (“Cars 2,” “Brave”).
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Falling behind Pixar Animation Studios as well as DreamWorks Animation and Blue Sky Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios has been a laggard in the computer-animation wars.
St. Petersburg Times
Wreck-It Ralph is pleasantly nostalgic for days when the most popular video games were proudly innocuous, not first-person virtual killing machines, when arcades sounded more like circus calliopes than battlefields, and collecting magic coins was more...
Nouvelles
Mario, absent des "Mondes de Ralph", pourrait bien apparaître dans la suite du film, dont le projet serait actuellement envisagé !
allocine.fr - 2012-12-08
Avis pour Les mondes de Ralph
MediaMikes
“Wreck-It Ralph” is the latest 3D animated film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and it also has become of my favorite films of the year. When I heard that Disney was making a film based on an 8-bit game, I was ecstatic.
Fresno Bee
"Wreck-It Ralph," a kid's version of "Tron," suggests all of the electronic characters in arcade video games have their own personal lives when no one's shoving quarters into the machine's slot.
RedEye
Anyone who has ever possessed a weakness for candy and/or video games will want to jump inside “Wreck-It Ralph,” a sweet, colorful 3-D animated feature that finds Disney passing its stuck-in-a-rut partners at Pixar (“Cars 2,” “Brave”).
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Falling behind Pixar Animation Studios as well as DreamWorks Animation and Blue Sky Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios has been a laggard in the computer-animation wars.
St. Petersburg Times
Wreck-It Ralph is pleasantly nostalgic for days when the most popular video games were proudly innocuous, not first-person virtual killing machines, when arcades sounded more like circus calliopes than battlefields, and collecting magic coins was more...
CLIPS
Wreck-It Ralph (the voice of John C. Reilly) is the villain in the arcade game of hero Fix-It Felix, Jr. (Jack McBrayer). Longing to be the good guy, Ralph heads out on a quest across the arcade through other video games to prove he has what it takes...
Eric D. Snider
Whichever Disney employee said, “Let’s do ‘Toy Story,’ but with video game characters,” I hope he or she got a big fat raise, if only to compensate for the seething jealousy coming from co-workers kicking themselves for not thinking of it first.
iHaveNet.com
"Wreck-It Ralph," the exhaustingly dazzling new Walt Disney Animation Studios feature, qualifies as the most manic baby sitter in town, clever and detailed in its kaleidoscopic depiction of the private lives, seething resentments and yearning dreams of...
Hollywood
Wreck-It Ralph lives in an arcade, and while that may be a longstanding fantasy for many of the children of the 80s, the shine has more than worn off for Ralph. He resides in a videogame called Fix-It Felix and has been executing the same program for...
CinemaBlend.com
I immediately want a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph. It’s not that it ends with a big cliffhanger, has unresolved storylines or too much story for one film – it’s that the world created in the movie is so utterly fascinating that I desperately want to see...
Sacramento News & Review
The villain in a classic 1980s videogame (voice by John C. Reilly) gets tired of being the bad guy, but his efforts to prove himself a good guy end up jeopardizing every game in the arcade. This animated feature has a lot going for it: clever writing...
The A.V. Club
For just a moment early on, Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph looks like it’s attempting to ape Pixar’s Toy Story. There are certainly superficial similarities: Both animated films initially focus on the relationship between children and their playthings.
Reel Views
With Wreck-It Ralph, the video game/movie synergy is complete. Here's a movie that isn't based on a video game; it literally takes place within the world of video games. The concept is a little like that of Toy Story: the characters in video games...
lire la critique31 oct 2012
Slant Magazine
Wreck-It Ralph is built on licensing. Like Toy Story and Who Framed Roger Rabbit before it, Disney's latest non-Pixar computer animation aims for a kind of self-contained cartoony realism by acquiring the rights to use real-world properties...
lire la critique28 oct 2012
Movies.com
Black-and-white Dorothy leaves black-and-white Kansas, the home she hates where nobody appreciates her, where people are always hassling her. But in colorful Oz she gets to reinvent herself, steal some shoes, join a gang of new friends and perfect the...
Entertainment Weekly
Nostalgia has been digitized. In Wreck-It Ralph's byte-size universe of arcade games, a pixelated panoply of characters (both copyrighted and made-up) commingle each day after the final quarter has been dropped.
Movie Web
When I have heard that Disney was going to make a new movie this time about a video game arcade with some of the 80s greatest video games ever made, I was really excited and wanted to see this with lots of expectations.
lire la critique15 déc 2012
New York Post
When the hero says, “I wreck things. Professionally,” I thought I had wandered into “The Barack Obama Story,” but the speaker in Disney’s visually dazzling, intermittently funny “Wreck-It Ralph” is a depressed video-game villain who yearns to be the...
FirstShowing.net
Of course, the relationship between video games and movie would lead to this, an animated film that reads on paper like Toy Story for video games. But Wreck-It Ralph is much more than that. Strong characters married with perfect voice acting choices...
Kc
Wreck-It Ralph อนิเมชั่นส่งท้ายปีจากค่ายดิสนีย์ที่ได้ Rich Moore ผู้เคยกำกับอนิเมชั่นซีรีส์ The Simpsons และ Futurama หนังหยิบเอาตัวละครเกมดังๆมารวมตัวกันเพื่อสร้างโลกใหม่ ใครจะรู้ว่าเมื่อหลังร้านเกมปิดลงในแต่ละวัน ตัวละครเหล่านี้เขาทำอะไรกัน...
lire la critique11 déc 2012
SFX
With Pixar co-founder John Lasseter in charge of the animation team at Disney, and his company’s “brain trust” of their creative leaders available to offer guidance, it was only a matter of time before a Disney film arrived that feels like a Pixar movie.
lire la critique8 fév 2013
TotalFilm.com
When it comes to the game of filmmaking, Wreck-It Ralph plays on the hardest difficulty. For this is a project - long-awaited, highly anticipated and highly ambitious - that could have gone spectacularly wrong.
lire la critique21 jan 2013
Flicks.co.nz
I would have been content with Disney’s cameo-chaotic animated feature had it simply provided a crack-like fix of nostalgia for retro gamers as well as demonstrating vibrant imagination that will instantly hook their children.
canada.com
Remember those great old video games of the 1980s -- the busy Marios and the hungry Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man, and that bar called Tapper where patrons had to be served in a hurry?
Shadows on the Wall
Disney's animators clearly had a great time mixing a wide variety of animation styles in this action comedy, which perhaps has too much energy for its own good. Kids won't mind the relentlessly frenetic pace, but the film sometimes feels...
lire la critique18 nov 2012
MovieXclusive.com
This reviewer had his fair share of fun in his younger days, hanging out at arcade centers, thinking it was hip to tap furiously on buttons to kill video game villains. Then there was what he termed as “home entertainment” – video consoles which you...
India Today
Nobody loves the bad guy, everyone loves to see him beaten. That's the problem of Wreck-It Ralph, villain of an arcade game ruled by its saviour hero Fix-it Felix.
Hindustan Times
The titular protagonist is an ogre-like villain (dubbed by Reilly) from a fictional 1980s game, who regularly demolishes apartment blocks inhabited by the Nicelanders. But after three decades, Ralph is ready for a change.
lire la critique9 déc 2012
The Sydney Morning Herald
Disney animated characters have been getting into mischief in the workplace since Mickey Mouse played up in his debut, 1928's Steamboat Willie, but they find a new angle, both enjoyable and clever, in the studio's latest release.
lire la critique16 déc 2012
Indian Express
A film about video games gives you a certain degree of apprehension, particularly when at the heart of it lies a game about a 9-foot giant wrecking a building and a 4-ft nothing fixing the same.
lire la critique10 nov 2012
IBNLive
Clever and touching in equal measure, this is a gorgeous film that unabashedly celebrates retro pop-culture. I’m going with three-and-a-half out of five for Wreck-It Ralph. Anyone who’s ever been to a video game arcade, or owned one of those...
lire la critique10 nov 2012
Acteurs et actrices
John C. Reilly...Ralph (voice)
Jack McBrayer...Felix (voice)
Jane Lynch...Calhoun (voice)
Sarah Silverman...Vanellope (voice)
Alan Tudyk...King Candy (voice)
Mindy Kaling...Taffyta Muttonfudge (voice)
Joe Lo Truglio...Markowski (voice)
Ed O'Neill...Mr. Litwak (voice)
Dennis Haysbert...General Hologram (voice)
Edie McClurg...Mary (voice)
Raymond S. Persi...Gene / Zombie (voice)
Jess Harnell...Don (voice)
Rachael Harris...Deanna (voice)
Skylar Astin...Roy (voice)
Adam Carolla...Wynnchel (voice)
Stefanie Scott...Moppet Girl (voice)
Scott Menville...Additional Voices (voice)
Jamie Elman...Rancis Fluggerbutter (voice)
Gerald C. Rivers...M. Bison (voice)
Horatio Sanz...Duncan (voice)
Roger Craig Smith...Sonic the Hedgehog (voice)
Reuben Langdon...Ken (voice)
Kyle Hebert...Ryu (voice)
Brandon Scott...Kohut (voice)
Maurice LaMarche...Root Beer Tapper (voice)
Katie Lowes...Candlehead (voice)
Josie Trinidad...Jubileena Bing-Bing (voice)
Cymbre Walk...Crumbelina Di Caramello (voice)
Tucker Gilmore...Sugar Rush Announcer / Turtle (voice)
Tim Mertens...Brad (voice)
Kevin Deters...Clyde (voice)
Martin Jarvis...Saitine (voice)
Brian Kesinger...Cyborg (voice)
Ava Acres...Additional Voices (voice)
Isabella Acres...Additional Voices (voice)
Bob Bergen...Additional Voices (voice)
David Boat...Additional Voices (voice)
Reed Buck...Additional Voices (voice)
Mike Carlsen...Additional Voices (voice)
David Cowgill...Additional Voices (voice)
Jim Cummings...Additional Voices (voice)
Elizabeth Daily...Additional Voices (voice)
Debi Derryberry...Additional Voices (voice)
Terri Douglas...Additional Voices (voice)
Sandy Fox...Additional Voices (voice)
Eddie Frierson...Additional Voices (voice)
Tyler Ganus...Additional Voices (voice)
Earl Ghaffari...Additional Voices (voice)
Emily Hahn...Additional Voices (voice)
Jennifer Hale...Additional Voices (voice)
Daniel Kaz...Additional Voices (voice)
Dave Kohut...Additional Voices (voice)
Lauren MacMullan...Additional Voices (voice)
Mona Marshall...Additional Voices (voice)
Laraine Newman...Additional Voices (voice)
Paul Pape...Additional Voices (voice)
Lynwood Robinson...Additional Voices (voice)
Trenton Rogers...Additional Voices (voice)
Jadon Sand...Additional Voices (voice)
Kath Soucie...Additional Voices (voice)
April Stewart...Additional Voices (voice)
Fred Tatasciore...Additional Voices (voice)
Jennifer Christine Vera...Additional Voices (voice)
John DiMaggio...Beard Papa (voice)
Will Deters...Additional Voices (voice)
Cooper Reed...Additional Voices (voice)
Nick Grimshaw...Brad (voice: UK version)
Rich Moore...Sour Bill / Zangief (voice)
Phil Johnston...Surge Protector (voice)
Jamie Sparer Roberts...Yuni Verse (voice)
Production
Director:Rich Moore
Producer:John Lasseter (executive producer)
Clark Spencer (producer)
Monica Lago-Kaytis (associate producer)
Writer:Phil Johnston (screenplay) and)
John C. Reilly (additional story material) and)
Rich Moore (story) and)
Jim Reardon (story)
Sam J. Levine (additional story material) (as Sam Levine) &)
Jared Stern (additional story material)
Jennifer Lee (screenplay)
Composer:Henry Jackman (original score composed by)
Editing:Tim Mertens
Casting:Jamie Sparer Roberts
Art Director:Ian Gooding
Production Management:Mike Huang (production supervisor: animatics)
Brent W. Hall (post-production supervisor)
Kristen Kolada (production supervisor: editorial)
Aria Stewart (production supervisor: environments)
Jeremy Costello (production supervisor)
Christopher Kracker (production supervisor)
Brooke Randolph (production supervisor)
Kristin Yadamec (production supervisor: crowds)
United States2 nov 2012
Hong Kong20 déc 2012
Hungary1 nov 2012
Russian Federation1 nov 2012
Canada2 nov 2012
Romania2 nov 2012
France5 déc 2012
Australia26 déc 2012
Argentina18 nov 2012
Brazil4 jan 2013
Denmark7 fév 2013
Norway8 fév 2013
Sweden8 fév 2013
Czech Republic29 nov 2012
Malaysia29 nov 2012
Germany6 déc 2012
Italy20 déc 2012
Singapore20 déc 2012
New Zealand26 déc 2012
Lithuania11 jan 2013
Bulgaria2 nov 2012
Thailand27 déc 2012
Spain25 déc 2012
Finland15 fév 2013
Portugal8 nov 2012
Belgium12 déc 2012
Netherlands12 déc 2012
Turkey15 fév 2013
IcelandIceland9 nov 2012
Poland18 jan 2013
Japan23 mar 2013
KuwaitKuwait1 nov 2012
Philippines1 nov 2012
Mexico2 nov 2012
China6 nov 2012
India9 nov 2012
Indonesia9 nov 2012
Vietnam9 nov 2012
IsraelIsrael29 nov 2012
Slovakia6 déc 2012
MacedoniaMacedonia20 déc 2012
CambodiaCambodia24 déc 2012
Greece25 déc 2012
Chile27 déc 2012
Taiwan28 déc 2012
Estonia25 jan 2013
Ireland8 fév 2013
United Kingdom8 fév 2013
Paraguay4 jan 2013
Peru25 déc 2012
Colombia1 jan 2013
Croatia10 jan 2013
Slovenia14 fév 2013
LatviaLatvia21 déc 2012
LebanonLebanon1 nov 2012
Ukraine1 nov 2012
United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates1 nov 2012
Egypt21 nov 2012
Austria6 déc 2012
Pakistan14 déc 2012
Korea, Republic of19 déc 2012
Bolivia25 déc 2012
Uruguay28 déc 2012
Venezuela28 déc 2012
Ecuador11 jan 2013
South Africa25 jan 2013
Bangladesh7 nov 2012
Kazakhstan18 nov 2012
AlgeriaAlgeria6 déc 2012
OmanOman17 déc 2012
ArmeniaArmenia24 déc 2012