Brave?! I mean, I like Brave, it just wasn't as touching as the other movies [well, at least the ones I've seen out of that list]. Wreck it Ralph touched me more, with brilliant voice acting [not to mention I lvoe the actors who voice] and a very original story <3
I think WiR, because they put a little more emotion into that charecter, but it's hard to tell. Disney just isn't as good lately to me. The story is more of the dissapiontmnt I think. The settings and music and all that stuff is good, but they're not the key "ingredeant" I guess. Brave is also kind of like that one movie. LOL, I forgot the name, but it's the one set in China. Frankienweenie seemed a little "pushed" to get where they wanted. I think the classic one was better. I didn't see Pirates or Paranorman. Anyways, that's my opinion. Please don't take it as an offense. XD
As much as I liked Wreck it Ralph, it was too over hyped, and I was disappointed in what could have been an amazing film. Was not a fan of the "forced romance for the sake of a movie having romance" between Felix and Sergeant Calhoun. Also was not a fan of Vanelopee. Her voice was ear-gratingly annoying.
And it stands that I own Brave on Blu-ray, and not Wreck it Ralph.
Brave was great and the message was NOT that girls cannot be controlled but rather that parents and children (in this case mothers and daughters) should talk and actually listen to one another. Because it creates unnecessary issues when they don't.
Queen Elinor was always too busy going about trying to make Merida into a young version of her. A lot of parents want to control how their kids act. And Merida wanted to be free. Much like normal teens. But neither of them ever actually spoke to each other how they should have. Merida sounded like a spoiled rebellious kid unwilling to do ANYTHING her mother said. And Elinor was the typical "I'm always right and doing this for your own good!" parent. But after the journey they both take they learn to actually know one another and their bond was 100 times better than before. The pride parents and teens feel tears them apart a lot of times because they won't let it go even for just a moment and realize it all would be better if they just remembered trust each other more, that they're family...
But after this rant I'd say wreck it Ralph or paranorman. Because they both had similar messages about bullying and that seems to be an increasing problem in our society. They both show you how people stereotype and underestimate those who are different. Sorry to go for an underdog story but the thing is that people to this day STILL fear that which is different. They're still prejudice against something they're not used to. It's one thing if it's not your thing, it's another to hate anyone who is not like you.
Ralph and Brave both have similar morals but I think Ralph is the better choice. Mostly it's because the life lesson was executed a little better than Brave and the setting was different from the usual animated PG movies.