Ralph Breaks the Internet
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There are only so many times you can be told how unbelievably great something is without starting to hate it a little bit.
For those with even a passing interest in comic books this is perhaps the best documentary of its kind.
Director Paul Goodwin provides fans with an exhaustive oral history and conveys the comic's bold house-style by interspersing interviews with animation.
Skilfully assembled and comprehensive in its research, this is a must-see for comic fans and essential viewing for Dredd-heads.
It's not just for fans, but it might make some new ones.
While the 2000AD British "brotherhood" put staid American efforts such as Superman in the shade, this film is mostly a series of middle-aged talking heads nostalgically discussing a past that we barely glimpse.
Everything from the post-apocalyptic ballyhoo of Mad Max: Fury Road to the Fallout video game series owe its gleefully violent tone a debt. But 2000AD did it originally with bold, brutal style.
The film matches the scurrilous energy, anarchic glee and political engagement of its subject - and there's a happy ending in that 2000AD survives and thrives to this day.
Interspersed with bursts of animation in the house style, Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD is an anecdotal trawl through the magazine's history by the people who made it
Worth watching but it does get a bit arrogant.
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