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Sarah Silverman and John C Reilly joined director Rich Moore at a special screening of "Wreck-It Ralph" which has already ...
won numerous top animation awards but not the big one - yet. John C. Reilly: "I'm very proud that the movie got nominated for an Oscar, I also feel like a relatively small part of why it was nominated for an Oscar is like I was saying before there's an army of people that work on these things. There is a lot of credit to go around, mostly it would rest with"
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Sarah Silverman and John C Reilly joined director Rich Moore at a special screening of "Wreck-It Ralph" which has already won numerous top animation awards but not the big one - yet. John C. Reilly: "I'm very proud that the movie got nominated for an Oscar, I also feel like a relatively small part of why it was nominated for an Oscar is like I was saying before there's an army of people that work on these things. There is a lot of credit to go around, mostly it would rest with" Sarah Silverman: "Me?" John C. Reilly: "Rich Moore." Rich Moore: "For a filmmaker its very very deeply affirming, reaffirming that what we loved about the movie is speaking to other people The film follows the adventures of computer game baddie Ralph as he tries to clear his reputation and become a good guy - something which is easy to do, according to Silverman. Sarah Silverman: "It's like the great Mr Rogers once said there isn't anybody you can't love once you've heard their story. And once you hear their stories, you love them. BOOM SARAH." John C. Reilly: "I can think of a few people whose stories I know that I still don't love but..." Sarah Silverman: "Hitler." John C. Reilly: "I know, I didn't want to go there." Sarah Silverman: "He loved art! He was a vegetarian. This won't make this..." Like the references in the film, Sarah's gaming habits are also seriously retro. Sarah Silverman: "I'm stuck in a moment called Nintendo 64." John C. Reilly: "Tin cup?" Sarah Silverman: "What's that, a game?" John C. Reilly: "The golf game." Sarah Silverman: "No, GoldenEye." Reporter: "Not Mario Kart?" Sarah Silverman: "No." We'll find out if Wreck-It Ralph can be good enough to win the Oscar on February 24th.