Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A delightful French comedy about change, the past, and time travel.
This playful, sometimes whimsical, always engaging take on a familiar storytelling theme - alternative futures - manages to make the fantasy meaningful
The film is at its most successful in its depiction of perspective and the old adage that time brings the wisdom to differentiate between the things we can and cannot change
The film plays the scenario straight and seriously ... the lessons learned don't take much of a detour from what Peggy Sue discovered in her time travel.
A smile-engendering journey back to youthful innocence that we all wish we could take.
It's all a pleasant enough idyll, or maybe even a dream, but as an exercise in philosophically-grounded whimsy, Camille's time travels fall short.
I was disappointed. The 80's setting is pretty wasted and I don't think it worked having her appearance stay the same even though she's meant to have reverted back to her teenage self.
Not as funny or interesting as it sounded. It's a shame.
Needless to say, there is not much originality in this ordinary comedy that reuses the cliched plot of the character who goes back in time to have a second chance in life. Even so, the story proves to be more enjoyable than it leads us to imagine.
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