Dakota Nelson, that's me, will be reviewing one of his favorite movies ever in the style of the likes of Joshscorcher, The Unusual Suspect, and of course the one who inspired them all, The Nostalgia Critic. He will be using the alias TheDCmatrix.
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Me off screen
While the story isn't all that original, it does make up for it with really clever writing, very likeable characters, a good cast, wonderful animation, and a plethora of jokes for gamers and families alike to make this an awesome movie!
A knucklehead mcspazzatron!
me off screen
They get ready to depart, but Vanellope forgot something back in the mountain, leaving Ralph outside. While waiting for her, someone pays a visit.
Me off screen
Taking pity on her, Ralph decides to build Vanellope a track so she can learn how to drive. And while this scene is both cool and funny, I really don't like the song choice of Shut up and Drive by Rihanna. Oh sure, on the surface the song is about driving, but it doesn't take much reading into it to find that the song is much dirtier than it seems. Just a thought. But as it turns out, that line about feeling it in her code wasn't just a throwaway, as she learns how to drive really well really fast.
Me as Mickey Mouse
Ho ho, it's 2012 and Disney just bought Star Wars, that's why it's funny! Ho ho!