Wall E - Movie Review

Real Estate Sales Representative with Prudential Douglas Elliman Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Pixar's latest sensation is about a little robot (it's really about us and how gifted we can be and how stupid we often are). It's the year 2700, and we've contaminated ourselves out of existence. Because it's 700 years in the future and Earth is in a mess. We managed to turn our planet into a stripped-down garbage dump... an ecological catastrophe so enormous and unfixable that we humans up and left. The only humans left live a sterile, bloated life high above earth.

Wall-E is a little robot (we created) and that's not even his name -- it's just an acronym of what the robot is: Waste Allocation Load Lifter, Earth-Class. Even though he's made of metal and circuit boards, he has developed a real personality during his 700 years of solitude. WALL-E, the "garbage man of the future" is also short with words but huge on heart.

This is a cartoon that offers an angry portrait of the future. It's bold in its straightforwardness (for the first 40 minutes we watched in wonder as Wall-E goes about his business in near silence) My kids got a little impatient with the long silence during the first half of this flick... the second half had them on a roller coaster ride as Wall-E saved the day! This is definitely one of the best family flicks I've seen in a while. I highly recommend it.





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Comments (2)

Rich Dansereau
Positive Real Estate Professionals - Knoxville, TN

My college aged niece and her boyfriend went to see it an seemed to enjoy it. I will wait catch it on Blockbuster Total Access when it leaves the theater. While I enjoy kids movies, I don't usually pay to go see them.

Jul 22, 2008 07:27 AM
Chuck Willman
Chuck Willman - Alpine, UT

This is one of the better movies I've seen all year.

Jul 23, 2008 05:33 AM