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    The poll was created at 17:02 on October 19, 2014, and so far 173 people voted.
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    • I would say Wreck it Ralph

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    • I prefer not to compare them, but I pick Frozen.

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    • OMG WHY DOES THIS POLL EVEN EXIST!?!?!?!?!? STOP COMPARING DISNEY MOVIES AND ENJOY THEM ALL EQUALLY!!!!!

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    • Wreck it Ralph, its the only movie I know that made my 22 year old sister cry. 

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    • Undoubtably Frozen.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      Undoubtably Frozen.

      I knew you'd say that.

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    • SugarAndSpice wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      Undoubtably Frozen.
      I knew you'd say that.

      Thanks what about you wich your favorite?

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      SugarAndSpice wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      Undoubtably Frozen.
      I knew you'd say that.
      Thanks what about you wich your favorite?

      Frozen. 

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    • Frozen FTW! Period. No offense to Wreck-It Ralph, that's a great Disney-film, one of the greatest in my opinion, it's one of my biggest favourites, and it's a great taste of Jennifer Lee's talent that would soon lead up to Frozen, the greatest film to ever be produced.

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    • I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)

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    • MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)

      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)

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    • MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)

      Well, if you think Wreck-It-Ralph is really original, you must think the same about every Pixar movie. I'm guessing your not a big fan of DP movies?

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    • SugarAndSpice wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      Well, if you think Wreck-It-Ralph is really original, you must think the same about every Pixar movie. I'm guessing your not a big fan of DP movies?

      Let's remamber Brave is a Disney Princess film and it's original.

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    • TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)

      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.

      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

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    • TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      You were right, I know yor mistakin when you said Disney dous't make sequals anymore.

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    • TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.

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    • Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.

      Exactly! Read the book THEN watch the movie, again. They're (almost) practical opposites!

      (Don't get me wrong, I love Wreck-It-Ralph, but I just perfer Frozen)

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    • Varg2000 wrote:

      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.

      I just don't see how it is at all Different than other Disney movies

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    • Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.

      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

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    • TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      I can respect your opinion, but saying Frozen is not original at all is false. I can't even name five similarities beetween the original fairytale (Snow Queen) and Frozen. I mean, It's true, Wreck-It-Ralph is a spectacular movie and so original! But, seriously, Frozen is the highest grossing animated film of all time (and it certainly deserved it!)and won 2 oscars (plus, another 59 awards and another 43 nominations!). Not just that but the movie is phenomenal as well! 

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    • SugarAndSpice wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      I can respect your opinion, but saying Frozen is not original at all is false. I can't even name five similarities beetween the original fairytale (Snow Queen) and Frozen. I mean, It's true, Wreck-It-Ralph is a spectacular movie and so original! But, seriously, Frozen is the highest grossing animated film of all time (and it certainly deserved it!)and won 2 oscars (plus, another 59 awards and another 43 nominations!). Not just that but the movie is phenomenal as well! 

      Why are you bringing up the awards, nominations and money Frozen made?? What do all these have to do with the originality of Frozen? Furthermore, I said that Frozen is not original at all, "compared to Wreck It Ralph". Whatever, I never wanted to start an atgument about Frozen being original or not in the first place.. I was just agreeing with the comment MuppetsMostWanted made about Wreck It Ralph being original, compared to Frozen.

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    • MuppetsMostWanted wrote:

      Varg2000 wrote:

      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I just don't see how it is at all Different than other Disney movies

      Correction, we were speaking of "Disney Princess"-films, not Disney-films in general. Likewise, I don't see how Frozen would be in any way "identical" or similar to the structure of usual Disney Princess-films.

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    • TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      Whoa, calm down, that was completely uncalled for. What's with the negative attitude towards me? That reply didn't even have anything to do with this very conversation. By the way, I wasn't specifically speaking towards you (niether in any negative or aggravating way), I was refering to the discussion as a whole.

      Now you're sending mixed signals, previously you stated that you were unsure whether Frozen was not an original, and now you're saying "Frozen is not original whatsoever"? I'm thinking you don't have a fully clear personal view on this subject. A work of fiction being based upon or inspired by another work of fiction originally is no actual indication at all that the new work would not feature an original story. Yes, we've already established that Frozen is inspired by or based upon The Snow Queen saga since 70 years back in its development history, but the actual film and the actual book are two completely different stories, and both presents two different original stories aswell. Read Hans-Christian Andersen's book if you don't believe me. Wreck-It Ralph (being written by Jen Lee aswell) is no more original than Lee's second work on Frozen. If you're going to act stubborn, please consider that also Wreck-It Ralph is based upon several already existing video games (video games in general), even evidently featuring some famous video game-characters in the film aswell. All in all, this very discussion of which film is more original than the other is quite preposterous.

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    • Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      Whoa, calm down, that was completely uncalled for. What's with the negative attitude towards me? That reply didn't even have anything to do with this very conversation. By the way, I wasn't specifically speaking towards you (niether in any negative or aggravating way), I was refering to the discussion as a whole.

      Now you're sending mixed signals, previously you stated that you were unsure whether Frozen was not an original, and now you're saying "Frozen is not original whatsoever"? I'm thinking you don't have a fully clear personal view on this subject. A work of fiction being based upon or inspired by another work of fiction originally is no actual indication at all that the new work would not feature an original story. Yes, we've already established that Frozen is inspired by or based upon The Snow Queen saga since 70 years back in its development history, but the actual film and the actual book are two completely different stories, and both presents two different original stories aswell. Read Hans-Christian Andersen's book if you don't believe me. Wreck-It Ralph (being written by Jen Lee aswell) is no more original than Lee's second work on Frozen. If you're going to act stubborn, please consider that also Wreck-It Ralph is based upon several already existing video games (video games in general), even evidently featuring some famous video game-characters in the film aswell. All in all, this very discussion of which film is more original than the other is quite preposterous.

      It's not preposterous at all. Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, which was based/inspired by the Snow Queen. Wreck It Rlph wasn't based on already video games at all.. It just had cameo appearances of video game characters...

      Furthermore, i'm not sending mixed signals at all. I said "I don't know if Frozen is not original, BUT compared to Wreck It Ralph, Frozen is not an original story whatsoever"... 

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    • TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      Whoa, calm down, that was completely uncalled for. What's with the negative attitude towards me? That reply didn't even have anything to do with this very conversation. By the way, I wasn't specifically speaking towards you (niether in any negative or aggravating way), I was refering to the discussion as a whole.

      Now you're sending mixed signals, previously you stated that you were unsure whether Frozen was not an original, and now you're saying "Frozen is not original whatsoever"? I'm thinking you don't have a fully clear personal view on this subject. A work of fiction being based upon or inspired by another work of fiction originally is no actual indication at all that the new work would not feature an original story. Yes, we've already established that Frozen is inspired by or based upon The Snow Queen saga since 70 years back in its development history, but the actual film and the actual book are two completely different stories, and both presents two different original stories aswell. Read Hans-Christian Andersen's book if you don't believe me. Wreck-It Ralph (being written by Jen Lee aswell) is no more original than Lee's second work on Frozen. If you're going to act stubborn, please consider that also Wreck-It Ralph is based upon several already existing video games (video games in general), even evidently featuring some famous video game-characters in the film aswell. All in all, this very discussion of which film is more original than the other is quite preposterous.

      It's not preposterous at all. Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, which was based/inspired by the Snow Queen. Wreck It Rlph wasn't based on already video games at all.. It just had cameo appearances of video game characters...

      Furthermore, i'm not sending mixed signals at all. I said "I don't know if Frozen is not original, BUT compared to Wreck It Ralph, Frozen is not an original story whatsoever"... 

      No offense, but it honestly feels like I'm talking to a wall here... Both Wreck-It Ralph and Frozen consist of original stories (none more so than the other), both stories being written by Jennifer Lee. I've already gone through how Frozen being based upon/inspired by The Snow Queen has no bearing on whether it's an original story or not. Your argument in this case is invalid. Wreck-It Ralph feature concepts that are indeed very similar to already existing video games such as Halo for example (and a number of other games that won't come to my mind at the moment), and yes, it even features cameos (as I previously stated) of famous video game characters. My point is, don't be so stubborn, both films are original stories, none more original than the other.

      Yes, yes you are sending mized signals, and I don't wish to repeat myself, but it seems I have to. You previously stated that (to put it in context) "I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen" (an unjustified statement, but let's move on) and you later stated in your own words that "Frozen is not original whatsoever." Seems like a helluva contradiction or sudden change in opinion to me. If you don't see the issue, I can't help you. I don't know why I'm even discussing this.

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    • Varg2000 wrote:

      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      Whoa, calm down, that was completely uncalled for. What's with the negative attitude towards me? That reply didn't even have anything to do with this very conversation. By the way, I wasn't specifically speaking towards you (niether in any negative or aggravating way), I was refering to the discussion as a whole.

      Now you're sending mixed signals, previously you stated that you were unsure whether Frozen was not an original, and now you're saying "Frozen is not original whatsoever"? I'm thinking you don't have a fully clear personal view on this subject. A work of fiction being based upon or inspired by another work of fiction originally is no actual indication at all that the new work would not feature an original story. Yes, we've already established that Frozen is inspired by or based upon The Snow Queen saga since 70 years back in its development history, but the actual film and the actual book are two completely different stories, and both presents two different original stories aswell. Read Hans-Christian Andersen's book if you don't believe me. Wreck-It Ralph (being written by Jen Lee aswell) is no more original than Lee's second work on Frozen. If you're going to act stubborn, please consider that also Wreck-It Ralph is based upon several already existing video games (video games in general), even evidently featuring some famous video game-characters in the film aswell. All in all, this very discussion of which film is more original than the other is quite preposterous.

      It's not preposterous at all. Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, which was based/inspired by the Snow Queen. Wreck It Rlph wasn't based on already video games at all.. It just had cameo appearances of video game characters...

      Furthermore, i'm not sending mixed signals at all. I said "I don't know if Frozen is not original, BUT compared to Wreck It Ralph, Frozen is not an original story whatsoever"... 

      No offense, but it honestly feels like I'm talking to a wall here... Both Wreck-It Ralph and Frozen consist of original stories (none more so than the other), both stories being written by Jennifer Lee. I've already gone through how Frozen being based upon/inspired by The Snow Queen has no bearing on whether it's an original story or not. Your argument in this case is invalid. Wreck-It Ralph feature concepts that are indeed very similar to already existing video games such as Halo for example (and a number of other games that won't come to my mind at the moment), and yes, it even features cameos (as I previously stated) of famous video game characters. My point is, don't be so stubborn, both films are original stories, none more original than the other.

      Yes, yes you are sending mized signals, and I don't wish to repeat myself, but it seems I have to. You previously stated that (to put it in context) "I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen" (an unjustified statement, but let's move on) and you later stated in your own words that "Frozen is not original whatsoever." Seems like a helluva contradiction or sudden change in opinion to me. If you don't see the issue, I can't help you. I don't know why I'm even discussing this.

      Look, I don't know if originality is an opinion or not, but it is certainly not worth killing each other over. I just feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is more original, I never meant to start a war

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    • MuppetsMostWanted wrote:

      Varg2000 wrote:

      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      Whoa, calm down, that was completely uncalled for. What's with the negative attitude towards me? That reply didn't even have anything to do with this very conversation. By the way, I wasn't specifically speaking towards you (niether in any negative or aggravating way), I was refering to the discussion as a whole.

      Now you're sending mixed signals, previously you stated that you were unsure whether Frozen was not an original, and now you're saying "Frozen is not original whatsoever"? I'm thinking you don't have a fully clear personal view on this subject. A work of fiction being based upon or inspired by another work of fiction originally is no actual indication at all that the new work would not feature an original story. Yes, we've already established that Frozen is inspired by or based upon The Snow Queen saga since 70 years back in its development history, but the actual film and the actual book are two completely different stories, and both presents two different original stories aswell. Read Hans-Christian Andersen's book if you don't believe me. Wreck-It Ralph (being written by Jen Lee aswell) is no more original than Lee's second work on Frozen. If you're going to act stubborn, please consider that also Wreck-It Ralph is based upon several already existing video games (video games in general), even evidently featuring some famous video game-characters in the film aswell. All in all, this very discussion of which film is more original than the other is quite preposterous.

      It's not preposterous at all. Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, which was based/inspired by the Snow Queen. Wreck It Rlph wasn't based on already video games at all.. It just had cameo appearances of video game characters...

      Furthermore, i'm not sending mixed signals at all. I said "I don't know if Frozen is not original, BUT compared to Wreck It Ralph, Frozen is not an original story whatsoever"... 

      No offense, but it honestly feels like I'm talking to a wall here... Both Wreck-It Ralph and Frozen consist of original stories (none more so than the other), both stories being written by Jennifer Lee. I've already gone through how Frozen being based upon/inspired by The Snow Queen has no bearing on whether it's an original story or not. Your argument in this case is invalid. Wreck-It Ralph feature concepts that are indeed very similar to already existing video games such as Halo for example (and a number of other games that won't come to my mind at the moment), and yes, it even features cameos (as I previously stated) of famous video game characters. My point is, don't be so stubborn, both films are original stories, none more original than the other.

      Yes, yes you are sending mized signals, and I don't wish to repeat myself, but it seems I have to. You previously stated that (to put it in context) "I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen" (an unjustified statement, but let's move on) and you later stated in your own words that "Frozen is not original whatsoever." Seems like a helluva contradiction or sudden change in opinion to me. If you don't see the issue, I can't help you. I don't know why I'm even discussing this.

      Look, I don't know if originality is an opinion or not, but it is certainly not worth killing each other over. I just feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is more original, I never meant to start a war

      I'm with Varg2000.

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    • Why do these discussions ALWAYS manage to sneak originality into them?! <.<

      Originality offers little when judging a film's merits. No film is truly original ... there are varying degrees of originality. You say Frozen is based off The Snow Queen, well I can say Wreck-It Ralph is based on video games. See? Offers NOTHING to the discussion.

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    • Dragonboy6491 wrote:
      Why do these discussions ALWAYS manage to sneak originality into them?! <.<

      Originality offers little when judging a film's merits. No film is truly original ... there are varying degrees of originality. You say Frozen is based off The Snow Queen, well I can say Wreck-It Ralph is based on video games. See? Offers NOTHING to the discussion.

      The thing is, Wreck Ir Ralph is not based on video games, while Frozen is based on The Snow Queen, yet my opinion is the invalid one(lol as if there is an opinion, that can be described as invalid) and Varg's is not...

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    • MuppetsMostWanted wrote:

      Varg2000 wrote:

      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Varg2000 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      TRIMC 95 wrote:
      MuppetsMostWanted wrote:
      I feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is so original unlike Frozen (Which is like EVERY OTHER PRINCESS MOVIE)
      I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen... It's not based on an aready existing story/fairytale(Snow Queen) and it's the only film from the Revival Era in the Disney Canon, that's going to get a full length animated sequel!!! How awesome is that!!?!?!? ;)
      It's good to base a film on an alredy existing story that way we can remamber thous storys (for example I never heard about the Snow Queen untill I got into Frozen) and besides if thous storys were liked by people then the magic from that story can leap onto the screen. Sometimes I think the movie industry is very lucky to have books to base storys off. Also who said Wreck it Ralph was going to get a sequal.
      I'm not saying that basing a film in an already existing story is a bad thing, I'm just saying that Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, just that.

      About Wreck It Ralph getting a sequel, just look it up.

      I think there's a misconception going around here. Frozen is an original film, inspired by or based upon H.C. Andersen's The Snow Queen saga yes, but it's a complete original storywise. I promise you, read the book, and watch the film, and you'll see that they're two completely different stories (despite many obvious similarities). Frozen is utterly different in every way in comparison to the most common Disney Princess-films.
      I really don't wanna start this argument again, cause whatever I say, you're still gonna respond about Frozen being different, innovative, exceptional and more awesome than any other film that exists on this globe.. -_-

      I'm just gonna say this; Frozen is not original whatsoever. The fact that the story was written anew by Jennifer Lee and that it's not as the book is doesn't change the fact that it's based on the Snow Queen fairytale. So no, compared to Wreck It Ralph, which is a COMPLETELY original story, Frozen is not original at all.

      Whoa, calm down, that was completely uncalled for. What's with the negative attitude towards me? That reply didn't even have anything to do with this very conversation. By the way, I wasn't specifically speaking towards you (niether in any negative or aggravating way), I was refering to the discussion as a whole.

      Now you're sending mixed signals, previously you stated that you were unsure whether Frozen was not an original, and now you're saying "Frozen is not original whatsoever"? I'm thinking you don't have a fully clear personal view on this subject. A work of fiction being based upon or inspired by another work of fiction originally is no actual indication at all that the new work would not feature an original story. Yes, we've already established that Frozen is inspired by or based upon The Snow Queen saga since 70 years back in its development history, but the actual film and the actual book are two completely different stories, and both presents two different original stories aswell. Read Hans-Christian Andersen's book if you don't believe me. Wreck-It Ralph (being written by Jen Lee aswell) is no more original than Lee's second work on Frozen. If you're going to act stubborn, please consider that also Wreck-It Ralph is based upon several already existing video games (video games in general), even evidently featuring some famous video game-characters in the film aswell. All in all, this very discussion of which film is more original than the other is quite preposterous.

      It's not preposterous at all. Wreck It Ralph is an original story, unlike Frozen, which was based/inspired by the Snow Queen. Wreck It Rlph wasn't based on already video games at all.. It just had cameo appearances of video game characters...

      Furthermore, i'm not sending mixed signals at all. I said "I don't know if Frozen is not original, BUT compared to Wreck It Ralph, Frozen is not an original story whatsoever"... 

      No offense, but it honestly feels like I'm talking to a wall here... Both Wreck-It Ralph and Frozen consist of original stories (none more so than the other), both stories being written by Jennifer Lee. I've already gone through how Frozen being based upon/inspired by The Snow Queen has no bearing on whether it's an original story or not. Your argument in this case is invalid. Wreck-It Ralph feature concepts that are indeed very similar to already existing video games such as Halo for example (and a number of other games that won't come to my mind at the moment), and yes, it even features cameos (as I previously stated) of famous video game characters. My point is, don't be so stubborn, both films are original stories, none more original than the other.

      Yes, yes you are sending mized signals, and I don't wish to repeat myself, but it seems I have to. You previously stated that (to put it in context) "I don't know if Frozen is not original, but Wreck It Ralph is definitely more original than Frozen" (an unjustified statement, but let's move on) and you later stated in your own words that "Frozen is not original whatsoever." Seems like a helluva contradiction or sudden change in opinion to me. If you don't see the issue, I can't help you. I don't know why I'm even discussing this.

      Look, I don't know if originality is an opinion or not, but it is certainly not worth killing each other over. I just feel that Wreck-It-Ralph is more original, I never meant to start a war

      Agreed.

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    • TRIMC 95 wrote:
      Dragonboy6491 wrote:
      Why do these discussions ALWAYS manage to sneak originality into them?! <.<

      Originality offers little when judging a film's merits. No film is truly original ... there are varying degrees of originality. You say Frozen is based off The Snow Queen, well I can say Wreck-It Ralph is based on video games. See? Offers NOTHING to the discussion.

      The thing is, Wreck Ir Ralph is not based on video games, while Frozen is based on The Snow Queen, yet my opinion is the invalid one(lol as if there is an opinion, that can be described as invalid) and Varg's is not...

      "Wreck Ir Ralph is not based on video games"? Do you even realize what you are saying right now? That's like saying the Fast & Furious-franchise isn't based upon cars, drivers and car-races. You'll have to excuse my bad French here, but get your shit together! Wreck-It Ralph is based on video games, how can one even deny that? And I've already made it clear how Frozen being based upon Andersen's saga has no bearing at all on its originality, that's a weak argument, honestly. This should not even be worth discussing.

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    • I'm going to be honest. Originality should not be the go-to aspect when it comes to judging movies (or any media for that matter). While being original is a good thing, instead of making clones of the exact same game/movie/book/song. An example could be Wolfenstein 3D, the first FPS (First Person Shooter) game, which has lead to a lot of other FPS games afterwards including the 11 or so Call of duty games (Modern Warfare 3 multiplayer pretty much is a copy/pasted version of Modern warfare 2 multiplayer), Halo, Destiny, Borderlands and Battlefield to name a few, are completely different to each other (other than being FPS).

      Despite some claiming Disney Infinity was a "rip off" of skylanders, skylanders doesn't have a sandbox mode, or characters anyone would know (apart from Spyro) which is one of the main differences seperating skylanders from infinity.

      I also disagree with copy/pasting content into a sequel, unless the sequel can expand of the first game of movie (even then, it's still better to add new content and a different plot to a sequel instead of it being like a repeat of the first).

      Also after reading Bambi:A life in the woods, i noticed a few similarities to the Disney film, but, overall it was quite different such as the addition of Thumper and Flower in the films.

      Apologies if anyone felt the comment went way too off-topic to even comprehend.

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    • in my opinion, TIE!

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    • I love Wreck it Ralph and I haven't seen all of Frozen... however I have seen enough to form the opinion that it's vastly overrated and they should at least have given Wreck it Ralph equal merchandising...

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    • Hmmm... let's see. A rediculously overrated film vs a film that tried to be creative while using it's cliches. I'm going to have to go with Wreck-It Ralph because I still watch it whenever I get a free time. 

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    • SugarAndSpice wrote:
      Make a Vote on Wreck it Ralph or Frozen
       
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      The poll was created at 17:02 on October 19, 2014, and so far 173 people voted.

      Wreck It Ralph for me! Wreck It Ralph was awesome but Frozen sucked!

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    • umm just a second please? but ahh... frozen is better

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