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Wall●E Movie Review

Wall●E Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jun 26, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Disney and Pixar team up again to blow your mind with the incredible animated flick, Wall●E. Kidzworld has the review.

Disney and Pixar team up again to blow your mind with the incredible animated flick, Wall●E. Kidzworld has the review.

The Last Robot on Earth

It has been 700 years since humans left planet Earth, and the only two inhabitants of what was once a major city are our hero, Wall•E, a trash compacting robot on mini tank treads, and his [KWLINKN 7894]pet cockroach[/KWLINK]. Wall•E stands for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-class, and though the rest of his kind have broken down over the years, he keeps going like the Energizer Bunny because he’s solar powered.

Hello Eve!

Wall•E leads a pretty simple, if a bit lonely existence. He collects a bunch of random objects as he works and watches Hello Dolly! on his only VHS tape, which is where he learns about love. Wall•E’s world is turned upside down when a huge spaceship shows up and EVE pops out. Sleek, white, and super high tech, EVE is an Extra-Terrestrial Vegetation Evaluator, and is searching for a sign that Earth’s environment has healed, and can support life again.

Operation Off The Couch

When EVE finds a single green sprout, she races back to tell the humans, and Wall•E latches onto her ship, not wanting to lose his new love. On Axiom, an enormous space station, humans have turned into floating couch potatoes with every technology at every fingertip. When the station’s captain learns what EVE has brought back, he knows it's finally time for Operation Recall, the return of human beings to Earth. The problem is, are these people ready, willing and able to get motivated enough to get themselves, and the Earth back into shape?

The Bottom Line

Pixar and Disney can’t seem to do anything wrong when they team up, and Wall•E is no exception to the rule. It’s funny, smart, and has just enough of a message regarding the ‘green’ movement and environmentalism to make the viewer think. Unlike a lot of Pixar flicks like Toy Story or Finding Nemo, Wall•E doesn’t have a ton of dialogue, and it makes for a very visual flick, which is good because the animation is incredible. Everything adds up to what is sure to be one of the summer’s biggest box office draws.

Rating:5

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"anybody7" wrote:Both only create stupid shows with poor actors and idiotic plots. However Disney does make a decent movie once in a blue moon (eg. Big Hero 6), and Nickelodeon features reruns of SpongeBob from when it was still a good show.I miss the good shows like Teen Titans (the original series, not the ridiculous joke of a remake), Dexter's Laboratory, That's So Raven, you know when kids tv was still good and enjoyable. I feel your pain my friend
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It depends. I prefer the older shows on Disney and Nick. Most shows that are on Disney and Nick today are stupid in my opinion, If I would watch anything it would be Spongebob and the older shows on Nick and Disney. I can't decide. 
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Both only create stupid shows with poor actors and idiotic plots.  However Disney does make a decent movie once in a blue moon (eg. Big Hero 6), and Nickelodeon features reruns of SpongeBob from when it was still a good show. I miss the good shows like Teen Titans (the original series, not the ridiculous joke of a remake), Dexter's Laboratory, That's So Raven, you know when kids tv was still good and enjoyable.
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