Creators of Wreck-it-Ralph Breaks the Internet brings the internet to life

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Creators of Wreck-it-Ralph Breaks the Internet brings the internet to life

Wreck-it-Ralph Breaks the Internet is the second film of the Disney movie Wreck-it-Ralph. Movie designers use their creative brains and knowledge of the internet to create a world inside the internet to be explored.

Before Wreck-it-Ralph Breaks the Internet premiered there was The Emoji Movie based on the life of an emoji inside phones. Movie creators are trying to keep up with the times of technology to appeal to this new generation of young tech users. The movie made parallels to the internet world and what it would be like from an imaginative inside view.

Overall the movie was heartwarming and funny, but my favorite part was seeing the internet from a different perspective.”

The creators made the internet world to resemble Time Square in New York City. All of the major online sources were represented by skyscrapers/buildings decorated with their logo and theme on the outside. The internet users looked like the person who was on the computer, the users were in hovering cars; if there was a traffic jam that meant the internet was running slow. Along with the streets, there were pop up ads on the street which were represented by obnoxious people with signs with their ad, and they would yell in the users face about the ad.

One of the ads was for free money! When clicked on the person behind the ad brought the user to his browser which was in a dirty back alley. I thought it was interesting how the sketchy sights were down in the alleys. The dark web was also down in the alleys and that is where viruses were sold and released. The viruses were robotic bug-like creatures which had electricity swarming around them.

The search engine was a small booth with books, the person behind the search engine was a boy with glasses and a graduation cap. He would keep guessing what the user was going to say before they said it, like a search engine’s auto responses. The movie very comedic because everyone could relate to it and laugh.

One of the websites that was depicted was Ebay which was like many small auctions in one. Sellers had their own stand where they would give a starting number and people would bid to get the item. To purchase the item people would stand in very long lines to wait to give their payment information. To find an item that one needed they would just need to look up at the ceiling and find the category it would be in. Much like a grocery store with the signs above the isles.  

Wreck-it-Ralph Breaks the Internet depicted the internet in a very creative and unique way. I loved seeing how if the internet was an actual world what it would be like. Overall the movie was heartwarming and funny, but my favorite part was seeing the internet from a different perspective. I can not wait to watch the movie again and see details I might have missed, and bring out my inner child. I would most definitely recommend this movie for all ages, it shows people about true friendship and how just because a friend is going on a different path than you doesn’t mean they are abandoning you. Just means they want to try something new but that doesn’t mean they’re getting rid of you.

 

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