Action / Adventure / Animation / Family / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 95%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 8.4 10 963588


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March 30, 2020 at 06:24 PM



Sigourney Weaver as Ship's Computer
Kathy Najimy as Mary
Pete Docter as Lifeguard Bot
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1 hr 38 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MR_Heraclius 10 / 10

Best movie of the century

To this day, this is still my favorite pixar film. The animation is stellar, its heartwarming, funny and proves that pixar movies are always bound to be great (except for cars 2 but thats a different story). This has a shot at the title "best movie of the century"

Reviewed by gregoryranky 9 / 10

A fitting tribute to classic sci-fi that adds its own touch

'WALL-E' is on the surface, a spiritual sequel to classic sci-fi films such as '2001: A Space Odyssey', 'Silent Running' and 'E.T.', in its aesthetic, tone and subject matter. It's critical of mass consumerism, environmental damage, and human negligence. It's also about 2 robots falling in love against the backdrop of a garbage-covered future Earth, a sterile cruise spaceship and the cold vastness between the stars, all in magnificent animated splendor.

Several hundred years into the future, humanity has gone on an extended cruise in space whilst teams of garbage collection robots clean up Earth. At our story's beginning, only 1 of these-the titular WALL-E-is still functioning, replacing and repairing himself with spare parts from his rusted comrades. His life of compacting and scrounging humanity's detritus is interrupted one day by EVE, a trigger-happy scout robot sent by the Axiom, the largest starliner containing the descendants of humanity. When her mission is done, WALL-E stows away aboard her vessel, reaching the Axiom, where centuries of slothful living have turned humanity into immobile, childish simpletons. From here on out the story focuses on Wall-E and EVE's relationship, and their journey to return humanity to Earth.

Pixar has always managed to distinguish itself from Disney with style and tone (more melancholic), even now that the latter studio makes CG animated films of its own. They've stated that each film they make has a specific technical challenge to overcome, such as under the ocean for 'Finding Nemo', or foliage and hair for 'Brave'. 'WALL-E' challenged them with dust and debris on Earth, and scores of robots in the Axiom's halls. The soundtrack conveys a suitably epic scale, and never fails to give us the tender and heartwarming moments needed for a love story. Perhaps most impressive is the reliance on body language and vocal tone with a highly limited vocabulary for the vast majority of the cast, making this in many ways closer to a silent film.

'WALL-E' was my favorite Pixar film up until 2015's 'Inside Out', primarily as it's a rare positive portrayal of robots from a US creator, not just in it's leading duo, but in the vast array of maintenance robots that staff the Axiom, doing their jobs with care. Even the primary 'antagonist' here is primarily a set of ideas or an institution than a single being, one which whilst well-meaning, is ultimately flawed and in dire need of replacement. Most western animated films-and a good number of live-action films-make their antagonists exaggerated, one-note characters, and it's both refreshing and highly necessary to portray the film's message with the intelligence and realism that it does.

'WALL-E' comes recommended for Pixar fans, animation fans, robot fans, comedy fans, love story fans...buy this film, you won't be disappointed!

Reviewed by emnadreamdiscover 10 / 10

one of the best animation

An excellent animated movie,excellent plot yet so simple just a robot in love ....i am in LOVE with this character

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