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Trailer Talk: Movie Previews for Nov 2

Nov 02, 2012 01:07PM ● By Mike

Wreck-it Ralph opens this Friday...

Longing for the days of classic arcade games and looking for a fun way to bring your kids in on the nostalgia? Then Wreck-it-Ralph is the perfect movie! Premiering this weekend at Harkins Southlake 14 Theatres, Ralph is the latest animated feature from Disney.

Wreck-It Ralph is the story of a video game villain, Wreck-It Ralph, who’s spent 30 years playing the bad guy in the arcade game. Fix it Felix. Ralph is tired of always watching Fix-It Felix the video game’s hero, take all the glory Wreck-It Ralph decides to go on a game-hopping adventure visiting all the games in the arcade to prove that he’s got what it takes to be the good guy. After he slips into one game, Sugar Rush, he meets his match in the character Vannellope, a sassy young girl who steals Ralph’s medal until she needs him to help her escape the evil Cy-Bugs and Wreck-It Ralph is given the ultimate opportunity to save the day.

John C. Reilly stars as Wreck-It Ralph and is joined by 30 Rock’s Jack McBrayer as Fix-It Felix, The Sarah Silverman Show’s Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz and Glee’s Jane Lynch as Sergeant Calhoun. The animated characters bear a slight resemblance to their actors in real life, making the film all the more entertaining.

Wreck-It Ralph features references to old-school video games that will make parents smile and reminisce, while introducing a new story about an underdog and his quest to fulfill his dream.

Also premiering this weekend at Harkins Southlake 14 Theatres is Denzel Washington’s newest film, Flight. After Veteran pilot Whip Whitaker lands a 50-ton jet with over 100 people on board safely, he’s praised as a hero. That is until an investigation unravels tales of drug addiction, alcoholism and family problems that make the audience think twice about what really happened on that jetliner. This intense drama is rated R and is a perfect opportunity for parents and adults to watch this flick on date night and try out Harkins Theatres’ PlayCenter.

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