Wall - E movie review
starring: John Ratzenberger, and Sigourney Weaver
Wall E is the story of a robot who has done exactly what he was built for for 700 years. Wall E's job is to clean the earth of its trash. He uses the trash to build buildings. Earth is so full of trash that it cannot be inhabited by people. All the people are in space aboard a spaceship. They presumed that they would be gone from Earth for 5 years, but 700 years later, they've forgotten all about Earth.
One day a new robot shows up. Her name is Eve. Wall E meets Eve and the two of them become friends. Wall E shows Eve his precious collections. But she steals one, and returns to the spaceship. Wall E follows her, and his heart.
Wall E is one of the cutest movies I've seen in a while. The latest in a fantastic run of Disney / Pixar films, Wall E is definitely a movie for adults as well as kids. There is a very clear message in the movie that adults will pick up on (and hopefully teach their children).
I was amazed at the lack of dialogue in the movie. There are so few words spoken. There are roughly ten speaking parts. The rest is done through music and computer generation (it is a movie about robots after all). They still do a great job of making the movie funny, very funny.
Go see Wall E. You don't even need to bring the kids to this one. But, if you have them, they'll definitely enjoy it too.