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Ralph is a huge, all-destroying giant who is forced to play the villain in an arcade game. But he's actually good-natured and doesn't want to be bad, he wants to be loved. In fact, the whole cartoon, and he is trying to get to get respect. By the way, Ralph is reminiscent of Shrek. He is the same good guy in a villain's body, who behaves better than some "positive" characters. Only if Shrek wanted to be considered a villain, so that everyone would leave him alone, Ralph just does not want to be a villain to be respected. That said, Ralph is not repulsive. You empathize with him throughout the whole cartoon, because you see that he's really good and even worries at the end that he ruined everything. By the way, it should be noted that Duzhninkov's voice acting is very good and Ralph looks very natural with his voice. In my opinion, Duzhninkov's role is that of a fat, clumsy, but good-natured guy.
Veneloppa von is a cocky, mischievous and spoiled (literally, she's a bug) girl. Here she was initially very infuriating, by taking Ralph's medal away and ruining his life. But as time goes on, you get a lot of sympathy for her and even root for her. Especially after you get to know her hidden agenda. In the Russian dubbing she is voiced by Natalia Medvedeva from "Comedy Woman" and although she pissed me off there with her gestures, but in the case of Veneloppa it looks very good.
Sgt. Calhoun is another deconstruction. A militant and belligerent maiden who can single-handedly defend the game from harmful bugs (which, judging by her hatching from eggs, are an homage to Aliens). A true example of a strong female character.
The antagonist - I can't name it, no spoilers, but those who have watched it understand! I have to admit, the villain here is really cool. And when he also transforms at the end, it's really shocking and awe-inspiring. The main trick is that he is a hidden villain and the whole cartoon pretends to be good, and then bang and a sudden twist, which is really sudden and unexpected. Of course, this is not Disney's first "sudden villain" (the first was in "Atlantis"), but it seems to me that since "Ralph" they became fashionable, and "sudden villains" in the future will appear in all Disney cartoons: "Cold Heart", "City of Heroes", "Zootopia".