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Happy Birthday Internet From Ralph Breaks the Internet!

Ralph Breaks the Internet – Ralph (John C. Reilly), Vanellope von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) – Image courtesy of Walt Disney Animation Studios.

Happy Birthday to the internet!

Sarah Silverman of Ralph Breaks the Internet wishes the internet happy birthday in a new video from Walt Disney Animation Studios; then Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz try to find a replacement part for her Sugar Rush racer.

Ralph Breaks the Internet opens on November 21st.

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Impressive Attention to Detail Trailer: Ralph Breaks the Internet!

Ralph and Vanelope head to the internet to find a piece that will fix her racing game, Sugar Rush. Complications ensue.

Check out the new trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet below.

Ralph Breaks the Internet opens on November 21st.

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What’s Up With That? Trailer: Ralph Breaks the Internet!

After conquering the arcade the only logical next step is to hit the internet.

The new trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet (Wreck-It Ralph 2) shows us a glimpse of what we can expect – and yes, there are princesses.

Ralph Breaks the Internet is in theaters on November 21st.

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We’re Good at What We Do Trailer: The Sisters Brothers!

The Sisters Brothers – Charlie Sisters (Joaquin Phoenix) and Eli Sisters (John C. Reilly) – Photo by Magali Bragard /Courtesy of Annapurna Pictures.

Based on Patrick Dewitt’s acclaimed novel of the same name, follows two brothers – Eli and Charlie Sisters – who are hired to kill a prospector who has stolen from their boss.

Like Charles Portis’ True Grit, The Sisters Brothers is a uniquely wonderful tale. The trailer for the film adaptation hints at just how delightful the movie might be.

The Sisters Brothers is coming soon to a theater near you.

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Look At All This Stuff! Trailer: Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2!

Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 – Vanellope von Schweetz and Wreck-It Ralph – Photo courtesy of Disney/©2018 Disney. All Rights Reserved.

Video game bad guy Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Sarah Silverman) navigate the vast and dynamic world wide web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope’s game, Sugar Rush.

Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 opens on November 21st.

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Walk Hard is Just Funny Enough. Michelle Alexandria’s Review

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For many people the quintessential rock and roll spoof is the classic mockumentary This is Spinal Tap. Walk Hard is a spoof of the Rock and Roll bio picture and the music industry, but it’s not trying to be Spinal Tap, and it’s not trying to be a spoof of E!’s True Hollywood Story.  Well, then again maybe it is.   Honestly, I’m not quite sure what it’s trying to be. The humor is not sophisticated, or dry, or even over the top. It goes for the sweet middle ground, and you know what?  That’s ok, because, for the most part this movie works.  The first 1/2 hour has some laugh out loud moments, 30 minutes into it, it clearly runs out of steam, but picks up again for the third act.

John C. Reilly‘s Dewy Cox is part Elvis crossed with Johnny Cash, his music makes girls go wild.  He eventually falls in love with his own June Cash, his backup singer Darlene Madison (played by Jenna Fischer) He’s chasing the dream of one day writing the perfect song that sums up his entire life.  Along the way he has a series of tragedies including the death of his brother and mother which sends him spiraling out of control and into a world of drugs given to him by his constantly high band mate Sam (Tim Meadows). That’s about all the plot you need to know.  

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