The movie Wal E by Pixar... A glimpse of what's to come!
December 13, 2008 8:20pm CST
I just got done watching this Pixar film called Wal E, I think that is how it is spelled. The whole thing was pure genius. I totally loved it! I think that the day is coming very soon when robots will be able to think, feel, and love just like in this movie. Not to mention they way the Earth was a trashy mess, and how all the people were fat. And all the had to do was sit in hover chairs while the robots did everything for them. If you haven't yet, it is a must see for all ages!
14 Dec 08
Wall-E is masterpiece!This is the first animation film that I almost shed tears when I watched,A robot seeking its love,it sounds ridiculous if you heard it before you watch the movie,after watching it,the idea was completely changed,I was moved my Wall-E.And the environmental problem it mentioned,Human must realise what they have done to the planet they live in.
23 Dec 08
I was also very surprised for the creative elements used in the film. Minimal dialogue but a lot was successfully expressed most creatively. The gestures the "facial expressions", the movements... I've heard that a picture says a thousand words but never experience the truth of it like how Wall-E let met experienced it. I believe great ideas doesn't need words to express, Wall-E proved it. ^^
14 Dec 08
Wall E is probably the best animation I've wathced so far. It rings some alarms on who our society is developing. I too believed that humans are relying a little too much on machines and technology for comfort. It is truly a phenomenon that such be given attention as every new product is probably killing mother earth in one way or another. It's a very sad thing to think about but Wall E gave the message in the most creative and touching way till date.
14 Dec 08
I agree that Wall E did exaggerate about the trash but I feel that there is a lot of real facts happening. Some countries are just dumping industrial wastes to poorer countries while they live in "clean" environments. I don't live in countries where wastes were dumped to, but I've seen some stats about it and feel sorry for the cruelty of reality.