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Running Time 97 min
MPAA rating G
Release Date Jun 27, 2008
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WALL-E, short for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-class, is the last robot left on Earth. He spends his days tidying up the planet, one piece of garbage at a time. But during 700 years, WALL-E has developed a personality, and he's more than a little lonely. Then he spots EVE (Elissa Knight), a sleek and shapely probe sent back to Earth on a scanning mission. Smitten WALL-E embarks on his greatest adventure yet when he follows EVE across the galaxy.

Ben Burtt WALL-E/M-O
Elissa Knight Eve
Jeff Garlin Captain
Fred Willard Shelby Forthright, BnL CEO
John Ratzenberger John
Kathy Najimy Mary
Sigourney Weaver Ship's Computer
Bob Bergen

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Oct 25, 2008 - frogler on WALL-E
Oh Ya, WALL-E Rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh Ya, Wall-e Rocks. Adorable little Wall-e is the only working WALL-E left on Earth. After everybody leaves earth and goes to space. He has to clean up the whole Earth by himself. Poor little guy. A storm comes and leaves EVA the White Space-Ship girl. Wall-e gives her a plant. The only one left on Earth. And that is what she was sent to Earth to do. Find A signal of life on Earth. And Wall-e serchs on the B-n-L Space Ship. And BLA BLA BLA, BLA BLA, BLA BLA BLA BLA. You have to see the movie to find out more

Oct 10, 2008 - moviefanatic08 on WALL-E

i was relunctant to see wall-e but after hearing others say it was good decided to give it a try. and i have to say it was a unique and original movie. i really liked it. it is good for most ages and i would recomend it to most people. not really any dialogue but the characters more than make up for it.
i give it a thumbs up

Aug 11, 2008 - chelcpeach on WALL-E
adorable family movie

along with the adorable WALL-E assisted by his lover EVA skim out the galaxy on an adventure of their lives. Our loving WALL-E is afraid to hurt even the tiniest cockroach has to do every thing he can for EVA goes through all the obstacles on the enormous ship, in the end feelings of joy for this fictional character will fill your hearts. Grab the family, inlaw, or even your lover, this is a movie for everyone.

Jul 27, 2008 - WillingSpirit on WALL-E

Absolutely the worst film ever made. Words fail as a description of an abominable, disgusting, lying waste of time is attempted. Don't waste your time or your money.

It is obvious that Disney hires 'useful idiots' to spend their time doing 'raving' reviews for garbage that no sane person would want to see.

Disney has gone around the curve and over the cliff!

Jul 27, 2008 - paul_agilleo on WALL-E
It Made Me Sad

This movie made me want to gouge my eyes out with a rusty spoon. So I did. And then I would have slashed off my ears with a popsicle except there was no talking, and I was busy eating the popsicle. That scared me because I thought I was going deaf, and then I got so scared I refilled my own lemonade. It did not taste as good, so I got another one. Then I knew I wasn't going deaf because the man at the counter said, "here's your change". And then I went home, and I could not find my socks. It was a very not good movie, and I don't want to see it ever again. Normally, my bedtime is 7:00, but on weekends and holidays (except Canada Day,and National Bosses Day) I get to stay up until 7:04. I can't believe I wasted my extra four minutes on this movie. I could have been brushing my teeth for an extra long time. I was so angry that I spent tonight's extra four minutes posting this review!

Jul 26, 2008 - Hillbillygill on WALL-E

Positively without a doubt one of the most important films EVER produced. Funny, controversial, moving. If you don't get it get over it.

Jul 23, 2008 - livelaughlove21 on WALL-E

Jul 13, 2008 - vicaya on WALL-E

Amazing better than real CGI modeling effort. Very cute first half with the end/high point being the roach watching WALL-E clinging to the spaceship leaving the earth, where my 4.5 year old cried, as the roach will be all alone on the earth, without a friend. Unfortunately the movie then degenerates into a typical dogmatic and simplistic moral tale. I expected much better story telling than the second half offered.

I liked Ratatouille better as well.

My daughter loved WALL-E though, she wants to see it again.

Jul 11, 2008 - ravenzwing on WALL-E

This is an awesome movie. I would recommend this movie to any family looking for a great way to get out for the night. It is filled with many touching moments. I don't know anyone who couldn't have loved this movie... Def. a childs movie but it really gave perception into reality, without speaking many words. Great storyline. I rate it at an A++!!!

A *Must See* movie!Directors were absolutely Genius. Got me thinking if this is what America might turn into? What are you still reading this for... GO SEE IT!!!!

Jul 06, 2008 - gustavo on WALL-E
Lovely but left me a little unsatisfied

I quite enjoyed WALL-E but it didn't really have the oomph of some of the other recent Pixar movies. ("Ratatouille" is my favorite, followed closely by "The Incredibles" and "Toy Story").

I think the story line might have been just a little too simple for me. As many people have pointed out, the "silent movie" quality of the first part of the film is genuinely lovely. The deserted earth has a properly grim look to it, and WALL-E manfully ("robot-fully"?) struggles to keep himself repaired while collecting items of interest our of the remaining heaps of trash everywhere. His "courtship" of EVE is charmingly sad, or sadly charming.

It's only when the story moves to outer space to deal with the remnants of humanity that the story begins to suffer. The people are more than a little one-dimensional. The way they are depicted (the actual animation, I mean, not the way they behave) is too cartoonish after the hyper-realism of WALL-E and EVE and the abandoned earth. It took me right out of the "movie trance." I never quite got back in.

The message of the movie isn't anti-human, as some conservatives have claimed. It's a hopeful film, in the end. But it just seems a bit lightweight and frivolous compared to the recent Brad Bird films. Yeah, I know, it's a kid's movie. But that hasn't stopped Pixar from making movies adults can enjoy just as much, if not more, than their children. Get back in the groove, guys!

Jul 03, 2008 - genglefins on WALL-E

WALL•E is a fantastic film. It is Pixar's most adult and poignant work. This is cautionary tale about the downward spiral of disposable consumerism. It is Pixar's "Lorax" and I will be utterly shocked if it isn't at least nominated for Best Picture in either the Golden Globes or Academy Awards.

Yes. It's that good. Go see it. If you're someone who usually steers clear of seeing animated or G-rated movies in the theater, please take this anonymous poster's advice and go see WALL•E!

Jul 02, 2008 - Cprettyleaf on WALL-E
Waaaallleeee! The right wingnuts are being ridiculous

So first off, This is one of the best Pixar movies to date. The "what if" scenario is intriguing and scary to think about all at the same time. The humans over consumption and wateful nature has forced them to leave the planet. The humans are fat and lazy, they have everything done for them by robots, and are so blissfully oblivious to there surrounding from having everything they need handed to them or appear on a screen in front of them. But with the prospect of returning to earth to rebuild the humans are ready and willing for the challenge.

The animation was vivid and stunning, Pixar is an animation studio powerhouse, they never disappoint. I hope that they continue to rule American animation for a long time.

It was really cute, and a great movie to bring your kids to for the cuteness factor even if the do not understand the message.

The message that this movie brought has received a lot of outrage for the right, saying that it is, to quote Greg Pollowitz who wrote on NRO, "It was like a 90-minute lecture on the dangers of over consumption, big corporations, and the destruction of the environment. … Much to Disney’s chagrin, I will do my part to avoid future environmental armageddon by boycotting any and all WALL-E merchandise and I hope others join my crusade." Which is a load of crap, the message of the movie is not being shoved down your throats its a animated movie not "The Inconvenient Truth" all over again, STFU! This movie about a fanciful story about a "what if" situation that has a happy ending its not saying that this is what is going to happen you idiots!

sigh, now that I have kinda let my rage loose ( I could go on for much longer but there would be a lot more swearing and I am getting tired so bah! )

Ignore what all these idiots are saying because its a good movie and not one to pass up in the theaters.

Jun 30, 2008 - AnDroo.Napoli on WALL-E
To the Fat monkeys in the theatres...

First, Yes, Supremely good flick.
Second, No, Not Rated G, mainly due to adult content. This is not a 'kids movie' PG would be more accurate.
Third, Five Stars, well earned, explained later.

This movie is basically a "what if" of what would happen if America was running Earth... A bunch of fat lazy "I don't care about my world, ME ME! ME!! ME!!!" kinds of folks tossing their trash ot the floor, blabbing nothing into their cell phones, computers, and "Stuff". There's a few scenes where the fat blobs, the surviving humanity, are waddling about throwing their trash to the side for someone else to deal with. When I got up to leave, I watched the fat careless audience waddle out of their seats throwing trash to the ground and whipping out thier cell phones to give a play-by-play to thier friends. Kinda made me a little sick...

I think honestly the best thing about this movie was the way that the Humans were designed. They were all really happy. Even though they were burried in naieve bliss, when confronted with reality, they were very polite; and welcomed new challenges with energy and fearless cooperation. Everyone had a mutual sense of what's 'right' even though they were all fat lazy blobs of inconsiderate flesh. The dichotomy between those values plays well for the film.

The opposing philosophies are abundant throughout this film, as E.V.E. is an heavily armed robot in a cute little egg shaped package that's on a search for life, yet shoots first, with a fusion rifle capable of decimating large naval vessels, and asks questions later... or M.O. a tidy little 'neat-freak' robot so bound to protocol and keeping things "clean" yet when he breaks protocol to clean Wall-E's dirty tread marks, he ends up making more of a mess.

There's about 6 sub plots or more in this film, all of which point to some level of irony, and hope, that really make things interesting. Sure all the Q-Tip headed republicans are scoffing and snorting their dismay about the 'long-haired hippy ideals' because this movie is subversive in the way that they are. Control the lower, younger, people and give them the messages you want them to hear. Lucky for us, this is the message that needs to be heard. Thanks for the tactics guys.

Political dogma aside, the movie is amusing on just raw aesthetics alone.

So bring the kids, even if they don't understand the message given, there's enough cute, brilliantly annimated life in every single corner of every single frame of "film" to keep any age amused.

Jun 30, 2008 - B_Yule on WALL-E
Robots need love too

WALL-E is without a doubt the most adorable character that Pixar has yet created. And thank god he is because since Pixar decided to create a movie that focuses on two main characters that are unable to hold a conversation the tongue in cheek humor that Pixar has used to enthrall older audiences gets left behind forcing the animation, scenery and general adorable nature of their quirky new characters bear the burden of entertaining the audience. That's not to say that this movie is totally without the classic Pixar humor; they do take every opportunity to poke fun at politicians, Wal-Mart, and consumer culture in general.

And of course in this age of global warming and environmental distress it is no surprise to see Pixar add a very obvious environmental slant to the whole film. In a world where it's suddenly becoming trendy to be green this won't come as a surprise to anyone, but thankfully the message conveyed in WALL-E feels genuine and doesn't just come across as another huge company trying to greenwash it's poor environmental image.

In the end WALL-E will entertain you and any children you drag along. It's a light-hearted and exciting journey into a fantastically whimsical future, and there is no better guide on that journey then Pixar's newest and cutest robotic creation.

Jun 30, 2008 - Sylar on WALL-E

When I was a kid, one of my favorite movies was Short Circuit. So I was kinda biased in favor of WALL-E to begin with, since they lifted some basic character design off Johnny Five. However, Pixar definitely took it and made it their own, packing the design with emotive movements and Vitamin Cute.

My friend told me ahead of time that this promised to be the Cutest Movie of All Time, and I think it came pretty close. When you get down to it, yes, it's a slapstick romantic comedy about robots. But there's also some interesting social commentary, and the detail they went into when they created this universe is pretty incredible.

I'm definitely getting this on DVD.

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Jun 30, 2008 - angeldreamer on WALL-E
Lots of good ideas behind this movie

This movie sent out the message for everyone to exercise and not depend on all of our electronic devices - otherwise Apple will take over the world.!!

I especially admire this movie for how little dialog there was, but everyone could still understand what was being said through different movements. The graphics were amazing during scenes where they panned across the world showing total devastation. It was too real!

The details of the storyline were creative and interesting, but there still wasn't enough to really tie me into the characters. I was also hoping that there would be more robot friend interaction, but there was very little. The movie focused solely on Wall-E and Eve. All-in-all, not too bad for a robot E.T. movie.

Jun 29, 2008 - rareexception on WALL-E
I'll be the first dissenter

Wall E is a good movie, not great. Good for older kids, not less than 3 or 4. They've done a phenomenal job with the graphics and underlying social commentary on the future of United States and letting big brother take care of you but beyond that the story is slow and most of the humor as sophisticated as slapstick as the robot deals with his 700 year old design. Definitely worth seeing on video but I'd wait instead of paying through the nose for tickets at the movie theater.

Jun 29, 2008 - Xing_Cai on WALL-E

I was never a robot fan, I like sci-fi movies only if there is no robots in them. I watched some trailers in the TV, and was not impressed. But now I am glad my kids dragged me into the theatre. Besides a beautiful robot romance, there lies a very deep meaning for kids and adults alike in this movie. As a human being, how our action today will effect the future generation, even the universe, this is a question we should all be asking ourselves.
The animation and music are just beautiful. Wall-e is a very lovable character, my kids simply adore him. I can easily see this as a master piece as 'Lion King' or 'Finding Nemo'. Highly recommended for everyone!

Annabel's review: Wall-e is a hillarious robot and movie. I couldn't believe that the people couldn't actually walk!
I wondered why the people could lose thier bones. The people were also all very fat. I like saying Wall-e alot. Before I even watched Wall-e I was crazy about it.

Jun 28, 2008 - eiodland on WALL-E

While WALL-E's storyline was typical, the film was pretty entertaining. Since I hadn't seen the last few Pixar films, I was really impressed with the realism of the graphics. Pixar seems to have developed a much more cinematic style in this film than in their earlier films. The way they render effects like lighting and camera movements almost cause one to believe that it was all shot on real 35mm film. The animation also appears very realistic, and the detail in the animation of the robots brings a lot of life into otherwise boring creatures. The sound design, particularly the voices of the robots, was well done, although the voices got annoying after a while.
If you find robots boring, rest assured that humans do appear in parts of the movie, so you will hear some real dialog, but I thought the engagement of the robot characters was enough to keep up the momentum through the first bits.
Lastly, as with most Pixar films, the humor is a little more sophisticated than in most children's movies. I have to give extra points to any film with a sense of humor for both children and adults.
WALL-E is definitely worth seeing.

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