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WALL·E
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8.4 IMDB rating

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Starring (View all)
Ben Burtt

Ben Burtt

WALL·E / M-O
Elissa Knight

Elissa Knight

EVE (voice)
Jeff Garlin

Jeff Garlin

Captain
Fred Willard

Fred Willard

Shelby Forthright, BnL CEO
MacInTalk

MacInTalk

AUTO
Sigourney Weaver

Sigourney Weaver

Ship's Computer


Written by (View all)
Pete Docter

Pete Docter

(original story by)


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Trailer

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Vacuum Vignette

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Superbowl Spot

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Absolutely wonderful! A masterpiece!

6 years, 6 months ago at Sep 30 3:30
10 votes
"Directive?"

To the untrained eye, Disney-Pixar's WALL-E probably appears to be just another ordinary animated family film or just another commonplace Pixar escapade. But WALL-E should not be carelessly dismissed with these misleading labels. Director Andrew Stanton (who was behind 2003's Finding Nemo) has created a masterpiece on the same level as recent films like There Will Be Bl... read more

Save the Environment, A Secret Warning...

6 years, 6 months ago at Sep 19 13:47
5 votes
''Directive?''

[Wall-E gathers up some trash, compacts it and spits it out.]

''Ta-da! ''

In the distant future, a small waste collecting robot inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind.

Ben Burtt: WALL-E / M-O (voice)

Elissa Knight: EVE (voice)

WALL-E is witho... read more

Adorable and Funny

6 years, 9 months ago at Jun 28 11:27
3 votes
Pixar's new film about the only surviving trash compacting robot on earth is adorable. The scenes of Wall-E, going about his job and compacting trash in a world of nothing but trash even when there seems no point are touching, and his friendship with his pet cockroach is sweet. And the jokes and sight-gags all work splendidly, and keep you laughing throughout the entire movie. As there are prac... read more
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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.
Release date: 27 June 2008
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“WALL·E is amazing but thats to be expected its a pixar film everything from its visuals to its emotionally charged stroy is simply outstanging. I kno”

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“WALL·E is amazing but thats to be expected its a pixar film everything from its visuals to its emotionally charged stroy is simply outstanging. I know many have this as their favorite Pixar film and i wouldn't argue that but for me i still put Toy Story and Finding Nemo ahead of this but thats me. The movie follows a little robot named WALL·E he is the only robot left on earth it has now become overrunned with garbage to a point where it was unlivable for humans the only things that live are cockroaches in which WALL·E makes one of them his pet. The first part has no little to no talking but we get to experience what has become of earth and see what WALL·E has done to make it better. Then we meet EVE an advanced robot sent to probe earth for vegetation indicating that earth might be li” read more

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A detailed, animated classic

“Pixar have touched us with years of movies which are enjoyed by many, 'WALL-E' is one of my favorites

'WALL-E' is a detailed, animated classic! Wanna know why? The story is certainly very interesting; in the 29th century, humans have left a whole load of waste all over Earth which is cleaned up by a robot WALL-E, he falls in love with another robot called EVE, who also has a programmed task, and follows her into outer space on an adventure that edits the destiny of both his kind and humanity. Both robots exhibit an appearance of free will and emotions similar to humans, which develop further during the movie

Like all Pixar movies, the animation is just gorgeous, 'Toy Story', 'A Bug's Life', 'Monsters Inc', 'Finding Nemo', 'Cars' and 'Ratatouille' all had different chara” read more

NYtrans posted a review 1 year, 8 months ago

“For those who may not yet 'know' mu ?views? (especially about THIS film)- I consider it to be the MOST EXCEPTIONAL animated tale EVER told. A prophetic "Romeo & Juliet" meets [the world's] "Gone with the Wind" - presented by the inexplicably talented team at Pixar with ingenious imagination. It truly "HAS - something for everyONE" AND, a message we all need to heed. - jts” read more

Attica! Attica! posted a review 1 year, 8 months ago

“Many will attempt to describe WALL-E with a one-liner. It's R2-D2 in love. 2001: A Space Odyssey starring The Little Tramp. An Inconvenient Truth meets Idiocracy on its way to Toy Story. But none of these do justice to a film that's both breathtakingly majestic and heartbreakingly intimate-and, for a good long while, absolutely bereft of dialogue save the squeals, beeps, and chirps of a sweet, lonely robot who, aside from his cockroach pet, is the closest thing to the last living being on earth.” read more

oldman posted a review 1 year, 10 months ago

“This is one of the greatest movies ever made. Breaking barriers, flying beyond live action or animation genres. Pixar picks these risky subjects to make into a film. In the end, all that risk pays off as a fresh film. Who would watch a movie with two robots that don't even exist in the real world? We would, Pixar has made such an amazing film and that's why we would watch it and we should! Creating something out of nothing and making it work and click with audiences around the world. Uniting us in the process as we share our love and appreciation for this beautiful work of art. Deserves every bit of money spent at the theatre and would be great to own the DVD or Blu-ray. The ending will make you cry like a little girl even if you have the ability to control your tears, you will still be ch” read more

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“An excellent accomplishment, Wall-E is undeniably Pixar's strongest release to date, as well as the most adult and probably the most tear-jerking, although Monsters, Inc. is deserving of holding the top spot. Come on, who didn't choke up on the ending. Anyway, Wall-E is enjoyable by both adults and children. Children will be fascinated by the visuals - which were top-notch, by the way - and by the robot's, Wall-E, mannerisms and all the funny bits. Adults, however, get to see beyond more than just laughs, more than just a robot whose vocabulary is limited to just 5-6 words. We, the adults, get to see the destruction of our world, and the people, in a frank, straight-forward, and shocking it may sound, truthful way. The people in the film have become obese, bloated and lazy. They have long ” read more

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