Official ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2’ Trailer Debuts!

An official trailer for Disney’s upcoming Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 has debuted!

So what do I like about this trailer? Well, I’m loving how the animation is as good as its predecessor, the voicework seems to be the same, and that the Internet lends itself to numerous possibilities for a plot! Also, I LOVE Alan Tudyk’s KnowsMore character and how the filmmakers raised our concerns as to why the film isn’t titled Ralph Wrecks the Internet!

In terms of cons, I wish that the trailer gave us more of the plot. And although I do like the Princesses scene (like, mind you, not love), I am upset that “Belle” seems to suggest that she was kidnapped or enslaved. I know that they did this as a joke, but I feel Belle would be the first to tell you that was neither kidnapped nor enslaved and would be upset if you thought otherwise.

All in all, I’m hoping to like this film more than its predecessor, which I’m not really a fan of. Gotta wait till November 21, 2018 to find out!

10 thoughts on “Official ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2’ Trailer Debuts!”

      1. Well, I guess I don’t mind mostly because they ended the scene with the “do people think that” hitting my pet peeve about the way the Disney Princesses are derided bullseye. It was the perfect balance between “we are not perfect” and “but not all criticism levelled against us have merit”.

  1. I’m excited for this. I saw the full princess scene at D23 (probably about 5 minutes or so) and it was really funny. Who knows what they might have changed, though. And yeah, Belle was definitely kidnapped. Just because she was ultimately let go and made the decision to return doesn’t change the fact that she was literally locked in a dungeon against her will in the beginning 🙂

    1. I disagree that she was kept against her will. She made the decision to stay there in place of her father. I feel this is what makes her “strong”. And the Beast gave her a room to stay in, not a dungeon. Yes, at the request of Lumiere, but he took the advice.

      I hope I like this film more than its predecessor.

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