I saw Wreck-It Ralph yesterday. I arrived about 25 minutes late, because I left the house late and walked all the way to the theater. It ended up being perfect timing, because I showed up about half a minute after the movie started.
Man, that's a lot of previews I miseed out on.
The movie itself was pretty good. It's all about characters who live in the videogame world. There are three videogames that they show: a 1980's arcade game, a modern first person shooter, and a go-kart game with a candy theme. Those are all vastly different games, and they did a good job of making each of those areas feel unique and true to its genre. If you ever got bored with the movie, you could have fun simply looking at all the cool backgrounds and environments.
The two main characters of the movie are going through an...occupational crisis, where they want to change who they are and what they do. Ralph wants to change from a villain to a hero. Vanelope wants to change from an unused glitch character to a real character. It actually took me a moment or two to understand Vanelope's backstory, because when she started saying things like "I was never supposed to exist. I'm just an accident that no one wanted," my mind instantly thought she was talking about abortion.
I'm not sure what else I can say, without going into huge detail. Some of the videogame jokes are clever, like the inclusion of the Koonami code, but there's never a situation where a non-gamer won't understand what's going on. I didn't like the way they ended Vanelope's storyline, but it'd be spoilerrific if I said more about that. Also, on the whole, I'm not a fan of Disney movies without characters singing, but the film is so good that I won't hold that against it.