I saw 'Wreck-It Ralph' yesterday too - four of us, my wife, son and one of his school friends. We all loved it. Some of the little touches were great - they way the apartment dwellers moved, the arbitrary rules (two stripes!) and, of course, the references to arcade and video games. I feel like it was a missed opportunity though, like they could have done more with the concept. Great fun though - since comparisons to Pixar are de rigueur, I'd rate it ahead of 'Toy Story 1' but behind 'Toy Story 2'. I also watched Dredd last night, which was great fun. Karl Urban was pretty much perfect, Lena Headey continues to be one of my favourite baddies and Olivia Thirlby's Anderson was one of the better female action movie characters I've seen recently. Mostly because absolutely no reference is made to the fact that she's female and what weaknesses she has are down to her rookie status and not her gender, but at no time do you get a sense that they could have cast a male actor in the same role without changing 'her' to 'him'. I'm not sure if I should bother with any criticisms though, because most of the ones that I have are probably just a long time fan of the comic strip being a nitpicking dork (in the comics, everyone knows who Dredd is - stuff like that). I liked spotting the nods to the comic - the Fatties, the blocks that were named after Dredd's creators and artists (Ezquerra, Grant etc.) and the Chopper graffiti. The voice-over at the end was disappointing though - I thought Urban was going to do the 'Mega City One: 800 million citizens. 800 million potential criminals' thing that's at the start of nearly every comic story and then he didn't and oh god I'm a dork.