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Benjanime
the arcade manager must like going old school, that computer destop looks awfully primitive
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Mr Magic
That little girl will be traumatized for life. 
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Mr Magic
@Ben:

He probably still uses Windows 98.
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blueluigi
The more information that comes out of this film, the more I'm really not sold on it. It feels as if they're going the route of The Emoji Movie, where they're trying more to appeal to the hip young crowd by having Ralph and Vanelope travel inside the internet. All the references to social media, and the amount of product placement being used for Amazon and Oh My Disney gives me a feeling that this movie really wouldn't age very well. Unlike the first Wreck-It Ralph, which focuses on classic video game arcade icons.

However, on a brighter note, IMDB lists Charles Martinet as the voice of Mario. Weather that does happen is something we'll have to wait and see.
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Vaporman87
blueluigi wrote :

The more information that comes out of this film, the more I'm really not sold on it. It feels as if they're going the route of The Emoji Movie, where they're trying more to appeal to the hip young crowd by having Ralph and Vanelope travel inside the internet. All the references to social media, and the amount of product placement being used for Amazon and Oh My Disney gives me a feeling that this movie really wouldn't age very well. Unlike the first Wreck-It Ralph, which focuses on classic video game arcade icons.
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This is my feeling as well. While I feel confident that Disney would do a much better job sending characters on internet adventures than the Emoji movie, this premise still feels lame. It was the classic gaming aspect of the first movie that helped make it so great.
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