‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Breaks Into Kenyan Cinemas this Weekend
Disney’s ball rolls on, this time taking movie enthusiasts through another intriguing adventure. Coming to Kenyan cinemas this weekend, Ralph Breaks the Internet journeys through the complexity of the internet, a reason we stamp this animation film an apt one, given we are in the information age vastly opened up by the internet.
This follow-up to the 2012 animation Wreck-It Ralph sends protagonists Ralph and Vanellope, two modern misfits, into a memorable adventure that starts when they discover a Wi-Fi router in their arcade.
The film masterfully explores the insidious insecurities fueled by use of internet, an activity that phased out the pre-internet era 20 years ago.
Among the issues tackled hard to the ground are cyber-bullying and self-esteem, issues that make this film arguably the best for kids who will not only have fun, but also take home priceless lessons.
Directed by Phil Johnson and Rich Moore, Ralph Breaks the Internet will break into the space of movies worth your dime as well as your time.
John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman swing into action, breathing infectious energy into the characters of video game wonk Ralph, and his crony Vanellope von Schweetz respectively. The adventure also stars universally acclaimed actors and actresses like Taraji P. Henson, Jack McBrayer, Gal Gadot among others, voicing different characters in this animation film.
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