I haven't seen either of them because... Well, I have a few reasons, but I would like to see "Wreck it Ralph" on TV at some point, just for the video game references! (If only they could afford Zelda characters...)
By the way, isn't Jenna Fischer in "Rise of Guardians?"
I don't really watch new movies...but even if I did I'm not really in to kids movies like some people are. I prefer stuff like Men in Black 3, Madea's Witness Protection, stuff like that. But judging by the commercials, I'd probably like Rise of the Guardians best.
No need to be poor to not be wanting to watch movies, seriously. I don't hate them either it's just that they didn't seem interesting enough to take a look at. I'm really looking forward to the hobbit though!
exactly c: only wreck it ralph has been released but i don't have much interest in watching it, out of personal taste. i plan on watching rotg, but tumblr is already making me cringe by... the new once-ler. never again.
I watched both, and Rise of the guardians was amazing! The character designs, the story, everything in it was spot on! It was a great movie for kids through adults. Wreck it ralph had the potential to be much more awesome, but kinda lacked. I would have liked them to see more video games in the process. I liked one character in it(The military lady), but none of the others really shined.
I want to watch The Rise of the Guardians D: That one seems interesting. And I've seen so much fandom around Jack Frost (?) in Tumblr that now I'm curious XD And I've also heard the animation is beyond awesome *O*
i haven't seen either... but i'm much more interested in rise of the guardians than wreck it ralf, though some of my friends have seen it and say it's good, also guardians isn't out where i live yet...
I liked Wreck-it Ralph, but I want to see Rise of the Guardians so badly~ Only reason I want to go is because Jack Frost looks a lot like one of my characters, and I have a weakness for white-haired, blue-eyed boys.
Both were amazing. Although, if I may say, Rise of the Guardians could have had a much better storyline. Don't get me wrong, the animation was phenomenal (better than WiR imo); I wouldn't mind just staring at the movie for hours on end. But the pacing was odd, and the actual storyline was lacking. Wreck-it-Ralph did had a cliché ending, but the plot twist actually caught me off guard. Like I said though, both were great movies.