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A Live-Action One-Minute “Wreck-It Ralph”

This video is an entry to Virgin Radio 95.3 Vancouver’s “2013 Fake Film Festival” contest, and it’s a one-minute live-action Wreck-It Ralph. Kial Natale directed it, and it is very, very impressive.

The top prize for this contest is $10,000, and if you like it, a) you can vote for it in the contest, and b) you should check out Kial’s previous videos, including a live action Pokemon, a recreation/distillation of Scott Pilgrim in 60 seconds from the 2011 contest, and last year’s live-action one-minute Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. Voting for Round 1 ends by noon Pacific on Thursday, so get a move on.

HT: Charlene Jimenez

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