Ralph Breaks the Internet
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The story and characterizations never get much deeper than "We're all special in our own way." At times, the five writers borrow a little too heavily from other properties.
Even if you allow for the the fact that the film is geared towards the 5-year-old set, it's still a pretty dreary experience, made even more so by screamingly vivid colors, uninspiring animation and grating songs.
A weak Toy Story-esque animated film for preschool kids made with little imagination, little art, and even less soul.
It's a fun, fantastical tale for the toddler set but may not translate to older children who are too tied up with heady video games. For adults, it may take you back to a time when crayons were king.
This is a pretty lame computer-generated animated movie that will likely not engage kids much past the first grade.
Cheerfully exhorting imagination, creativity and bravery in children while demonstrating none of those virtues itself, "The Hero of Color City" proves to be a dispiritingly colorless feature-length babysitter.
It should appeal to the little ones, but there's not much here for the over-sixes.
... might at best provide desperate parents with an electronic babysitter.
"The Hero of Color City" was made for five-year-olds and is unashamedly derivative of "Toy Story."
Bland, though well-meaning, animated fable.
Gentle adventure is sweet, colorful, but not very original.
There's also a character who's a borderline libelous ripoff of 'The Simpsons'' Jerry Lewis-y Professor Frink.
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