|WALL-E redirects here. You could be looking for WALL·E (character).|
WALL-E (stylized with an interpuct as WALL·E) is a 2008 computer-animated romantic science-fiction comedy-drama film produced by Pixar Animation Studios, released by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, and directed by Andrew Stanton. It follows a robot named WALL-E who was the last robot on Earth to clean up the trash. However, he meets and falls in love with probe droid EVE, and pursues her across the galaxy. It is considered by many fans and critics as the best film of 2008.
- Ben Burtt as WALL·E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter: Earth-Class), the title character. WALL-E, a robot who has achieved sentience, and the only robot of his kind shown to still function on Earth.
- Burtt also voices M-O (Microbe-Obliterator), a tiny, compulsive-cleaning maintenance cleaning robot with rollers for arms who keeps the Axiom clean.
- Elissa Knight: EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a sleek robot whose job is to locate vegetation and locate habitability.
- Jeff Garlin: Captain B. McCrea, the captain of the Axiom.
- Fred Willard: Shelby Forthright, the CEO of Buy 'n' Large, and the only major live-action character.
- MacInTalk: AUTO, the rogue artificial intelligence pilot, who is built into the ship, and tries to prevent anyone from returning to Earth.
- John Ratzenberger and Kathy Najimy: John & Mary, respectively, who are passengers of the Axiom.
- Sigourney Weaver: Axiom's computer
The film recieved critical acclaim and was often considered by critics and fans as the best movie of 2008. It recieved a 95% "Certified Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and a rating of 95 out of 100 on Metacritic, meaning "universal acclaim". I also enjoyed the movie, praising the animation, story, characters, voice acting, editing, environment messages, and sound design.
Why I Love It
- Very interesting and heartwarming story.
- The animation is both great and visually-stunning.
- WALL-E and EVE are so cute!
- A lot of hilarious moments.
- Also lots of heartpunching moments, such as the dystopian future.
- It blends sci-fi, romance, comedy, and drama all at the same time, and it works together!
- Brilliant and entertaining score by Thomas Newman.
- Songs from Hello, Dolly! such as Put On Your Sunday Clothes and It Only Takes a Moment really connects with the movie and makes it even more entertaining.
- Several good messages about the environment and relationships.
- Andrew Stanton is a great writer and director in this movie.
- The characters are awesome, likable, and extremely entertaining.
- The voice acting is amazing, and so is the sound mixing/editing.