If you have read my blog "Ralph Breaks the Internet it's a bad proposal", then maybe you might be interested in this.
Yes, well, the film shows a fantastic vision of inside of the Internet as if it were a great futuristic metropolis. It shows many references and is based on the real-life Internet, but this movie was made to premiere in 2018, that in that year, the Internet is at it's worst moments.
A lot of changes have happened here in recent years, and several of them have been very serious and affected the Internet irreversibly, among which are:
Increase in cyber-espionage, massive theft of private data (as in the case of Facebook), lethal viruses that affected hundreds of millions of users as the Ramsonware, Wannacry, Spectrum, Meltum, etc., wide variety of websites censored in China, expiration of the Net Neutrality in USA (country of origin of the film) that became slow and more expensive connections for most users, and your data can be manipulated by the ISPs at any time (as in the case of firefighters in California, and Vietnamese foreigners, paying $13500 dollars for using half hour on an iPhone), and few states like Washington, Oregon and California are willing to recover the best part possible, and even the Copyright filters have become even more uncontrolled, putting claims to old public domain works such as Beethoven and Bach's music as if they were owned by Sony or any multinational, and the situation will get even uglier with the approval of the European Copyright directive of articles 11 and 13 for early 2019 (imagine Ralph and Vanellope entering in a website, and police robots come immediately to that expel them and don't let them pass, because they are owned by Disney, and their entry to the web violates Copyright, would make it too difficult to find a new steering wheel for Sugar Rush), with that directive, we won't be able to use content to do reviews or parodies, and this wiki would disappear.
In a few words, with all those negative events that the Internet has suffered, the movie Ralph Breaks the Internet doesn't reflect the present and future of the Internet, it really reflects the past of the Internet, it seems the Internet of 2015, or even previous, it's as if I didn't get all those problems (which sounds very nice and ideal, but the life isn't fair).
For the United States, this movie is bad nostalgia, for Europe or for the rest of the world, It's a letter and a goodbye gift from the most free days of the Internet for the users.
(below an picture as is the Internet that the protagonists should be find in reality)