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    Ralph Breaks the Internet (UHD Blu-ray) review

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    Plot
    Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope risk it all by travelling to the Internet in search of a part to save her game. When Vanellope embraces the thrilling new world, Ralph realizes he may lose the only friend heís ever had.

    My Thoughts
    Our entire family really enjoyed Wreck it Ralph and looked forward to seeing this one on home video. While it isnít quite as good as the first film, itís very enjoyable and stands on its own quite well. It starts off extremely strong for the first half of the film and then slowly runs out of steam. Maybe itís a bit too long at 112 minutes for an animated film and felt it in the last act.

    The A/V presentation is outstanding, especially the animation and the rich color palette. Like most Disney titles on UHD, it requires an uptick on the volume knob, but once adjusted, itís a very engaging experience and fits the genre of the film.

    Video 10/10 (MVC)

    Audio 9.5/10 (Dolby Atmos)


    Special Features (Housed on BD Disc):

    • How We Broke the Internet
    • Surfing for Easter Eggs
    • The Music of Ralph Break the Internet
    • Deleted Scenes
    • BuzzzTube Cats
    • Music Videos
    • Baby Drivers (Digital Exclusive)
    • Blu-ray + Digital Copy






    Conclusion
    While not quite as good as the first film, nonetheless, this is a fun movie for families to enjoy together. The UHD is outstanding, especially the video quality, and other than some minor volume issues, the Atmos track is very engaging and will please the audience. Recommended.
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    David Vaughn
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    Greetings,

    I enjoyed this one too Dave. I am also a fan of the first film but, found this one to be just a hair better. Different strokes notwithstanding, this one is a winner all around.
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    I greatly enjoyed the first one. Will check this out. Thanks for the review.
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