WALL·E is the last robot left on an Earth that has been overrun with garbage and all humans have fled to outer space. For 700 years he has continued to try and clean up the mess, but has developed some rather interesting human-like qualities. When a ship arrives with a sleek new type of robot, WALL·E thinks he's finally found a friend and stows away on the ship when it leaves.
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This movie is a masterpiece in terms of animation, story and characters. And as far as the latter go, Wall-E is one of the cutest, most memorable and awesome characters I've seen in animation (and movies in general). To me this movie sits right next to Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke. And while those two are more subtle and symbolic in their messages, Wall-E is way more direct but has so much charm and memorable moments that it doesn't matter.At its core, the movie is a love story, but not the cheesy, cheap crap we're used to seeing in generic romantic comedies, but a real love story which doesn't seem forced or cliche. On another level, the movie is also great social commentary without turning into propaganda or having a forced political agenda. It's seamlessly tied into the story and after you're done laughing, it gives you a lot to think about. This is a movie for both adults and kids and does not disappoint either. Oh, and by the way, the animation itself is one of the best I've seen. Period. 11/10 - would search for pizza plant again
This movie is a great example of how you don't need words to convey a message. The main character, WALL.E, is a robot that is cleaning the Earth after it has been too polluted by humans. Humans have left the planet and are living on a spacecraft far away. WALL.E is alone and is in desperate need of a friend. Then comes EVE, a robot sent by the human spacecraft to check whether Earth can sustain life now. WALL.E falls in love with EVE and they return to the spacecraft with a plant to prove that Earth can sustain life. Granted, it is not very believable, but if you look past the likeliness of this happening, you'll see the message behind. Apart from the 'save the Earth' message, the movie is follows the beautiful story of how the humans realise that they have forgotten the wonders of life by immersing themselves too much into technology. A great movie for kids and adults alike and definitely not disappointing.
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Its the best movie i've ever seen if you miss it you will miss 50% of your 3d experience