I went to an advanced screening of the movie last night and right away I will say it was so awesome. It's definitely a film all ages will enjoy but there are many video game references that probably those in there mid 20's or older will get. The great thing about the movie is that they throw all those classic arcade game characters such as Pac-man and Sonic the Hedgehog at the beginning and the rest of the film concentrates on the main characters. I'm 26 and loved the little cameos from some of my favorite games but I felt it was done very well because I was worried they were going to overdo it with the retro references. The story itself is very good. It's almost like Shrek in that Ralph is a "bad guy" looking for a better life and to be liked like his fellow game character, the hero, Fix-it Felix Jr. There are plenty of laughs to be had throughout the movie for both children and adults. The boys will like all the action in the movie and I think girls will like it too because much of the movie is set in a Candylandesque racing game called Sugar Rush complete with dessert inspired racers. The Sugar Rush land has some of the best visuals I've ever seen in any movie and the 3D showcases it very well. I think if anything really made the movie it was cast. John C. Reilly did such a great job as Ralph and Jack McBrayer is so funny and charming as Fix-it Felix Jr. The one I was worried that was going to be annoying was Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz and even though she when you first meet her, which she's supposed to be, the more the story progresses you feel yourself liking her and rooting for her. The one who steals a lot of the scenes though is Jane Lynch as Sergeant Calhoun. If you are a fan of her on Glee then you will love her many one liners in the movie. I can't say enough how much I loved this movie and give it a solid 9/10. Most of the audience loved it too and clapped at the end. I do hope there is a sequel. They also showed the short film Paperman which was very charming though many of the children in the audience didn't really get it because it is kind of a love story and also the characters don't speak and it's in black and white. It also received applause from many of the adults though. The two main characters reminded me a lot of Aladdin and Ariel.