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OneDegree Daily – February 13, 2019

How the creators of ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ showed two sides to life online

“Everything is for sale on the internet.” Phil Johnston, the director/co-writer of the Oscar nominated Ralph Breaks the Internet, isn’t holding back. “From the pop-ups to the videos you watch, commerce is a part of… everything.”

Six years after the Oscar-winning success of Wreck-It Ralph, its creators delivered a full-blown satire in the shape of its sequel. Their target? The monetization of the web and its contrasting effects on two childlike video-game characters, best friends Ralph and Vanellope. In a bid to save Vanellope’s arcade racing game, the BFFs venture into the internet to buy a new steering wheel on eBay (where else?), only to lose their way in a sea of distractions. We’ve all been there.


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