“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is everything you want out of a Wreck-It Ralph sequel.
Disney’s Thanksgiving movie release this year is “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” a sequel to the splashy 2012 video game-themed film about unlikely friendships that wrecked the hearts of many.
This fall, those beloved characters will be thrust into the world wide web when the arcade introduces WiFi for a story that will resonate with viewers of all ages – especially for the Internet aficionado.
The story of how the Grinch stole Christmas is a classic holiday (or should I say, “wholiday”?) story that many have grown up with. Of course, like many other tales, it’s one that’s going to be retold time and time again to stay relevant with each generation.
Not to be confused with the original “Halloween” (1978), the new “Halloween” film is a sequel with the same title as the original. Ignoring all other “Halloween” sequels, the new movie takes elements of the classic and blends them with modern horror staples to create a story that both fans of the original and newcomers to the franchise will enjoy.
Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) is an adult who has lost his way in life and no longer knows how to do anything but work. But what happens when his childhood comes back to him asking for help? In the wonderful movie, “Christopher Robin”, Pooh (voice of Jim Cummings) takes Christopher on an adventure that brings him back to his roots and his more carefree days.