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WALL-E

977 Ratings: 3.1
2008 computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios

WALL-E is a 2008 computer-animated science fiction film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Andrew Stanton. It follows the story of a robot named WALL-E who is designed to clean up a waste-covered Earth far in the future. He eventually … see full wiki

Director: Andrew Stanton
Genre: Family
Release Date: June 27, 2008
MPAA Rating: G
33 reviews about WALL-E
review by . December 10, 2008
If one were to try and describe each Pixar movie with one word, I would describe Wall-E with the word "soul". No other animated movie, and few movies overall, come so close to describing the human condition as this one, and yet most of the major characters are not even human. I first saw this movie in the theaters, and now own the DVD. A careful watch of this movie reveals scene after scene that capture and expresses various facets of the human condition. For example, take Wall-E's care of his pet …
review by . September 04, 2008
Hello Wall-E!   Yes, hello Wall-E!   It's so nice to see you on the movie screen   You're looking swell Wall-E   We can tell, Wall-E   You'll be going, you'll be crowing   You'll be going strong     (to the tune of Hello Dolly!)       Score another hit for Pixar. This time they take on an abandoned and garbage strewn planet Earth, and the last remaining Waste Allocation Load Lifter-Earth-Class …
review by . June 28, 2008
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Hollywood is concerned about the environment. That's the message I'm getting with most of the films I see these days. I bought a few DVD's and CD's the other day and they were inside "biodegradable packaging" (which, far as I can tell, is a fancy term for cardboard). "Even Almighty" was made not only as a message about the environment, but it also used environment friendly techniques such as double sided scripts and green screens. Green screens are so friendly to the environment (as well as have …
review by . July 24, 2008
...if I had kids, I'd show them this movie if...    ...I wanted my son to learn about manners.  ...I wanted my kids to learn about world conspiracies.   ...I wanted prove that we're all getting fatter.   ...I wanted to show how technology could kill you.    But more than that - I think people will appreciate the cuteness and innocence of this fam bam movie.
review by . July 16, 2008
A few days back my uncle mentioned taking my soon to be 3-year old cousin to see Wall*E for her very first big screen experience. That or Kung Fu Panda. I recommended the latter for a youngin of such a tender Dora the Explorer loving age. And why not, there's hardly any talking in Wall*E.    For some the lack of language may recall the 1988 film The Bear where an equally cute lead character was all alone experiencing the world. I know I flashed back, but the similarities ended …
review by . July 04, 2008
Since many of the reviews here have more words in them than the actual movie, I'll keep this short.    From a purely technical perspective, WALL-E deftly weaves together a future-looking tale about post-consumerism-trashed Earth, emotional intelligence in robots, and the rule of the evil corporation in keeping us fat and ignorant.    However, that's the technical part - the non-technical part is that the adorable WALL-E is yet another in the long line of Ugly …
review by . June 30, 2008
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As original as Pixar's `Wall-E' is, two films came to my mind. One is a quaint science fiction movie from the seventies, 'Silent Running' starring Bruce Dern, about a lone scientist who keeps the last forest safe on a vessel in outer space. Significantly, that film had the first robots in memory with two definable personalities, even a few years before 'Star Wars'. The other film is '2001 - A Space Odyssey,' a science fiction classic that upped the quality of science fiction on the big screen and …
review by . June 27, 2008
Disney/Pixar's "WALL-E" is an absolute winner, not merely as an animated film, but as a film, period. It's not a collection of cute, shallow images and dime-a-dozen messages about self-esteem and friendship--this movie actually has something to say, and you can hear it loud and clear. It's funny I should say this, seeing as the story relies more on action and less on the spoken word. Yes, characters speak, but only when it's absolutely necessary; the rest of the time, our eyes do most of the interpreting. …
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