Wreck-It Ralph harks back to the video arcades of an earlier era. Though these places still exist, they exude a feeling of old-school technology that relies on large visible pixels rather than photorealism or high definition.
Like Tron, a landmark film from the 1980s, Wreck-It Ralph takes place in a digital world, but with much better animation and a generous dose of reflection about the changes games have undergone over time. In an early time-lapse scene, the central game – one of the oldest in the arcade – fills the screen, and over time the camera tracks back to reveal the other consoles around it come and go, always replaced by games with better and better, more lifelike graphics.
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Wreck-it Ralph is on circuit in Bulgarian cinemas, under the title Разбивачът Ралф