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I personally did not like it. The hole no talking or barely any made it VERY hard to connect to wall-e as a character. I mean, towards the end i dident even feel sorry for him....i was hopeing he died....
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I find it fascinating you were unable to connect with the character at all! I love Pixar, and my girlfriend really wanted to see "the cute little robot" so we went yesterday to see it.
Despite being a 19 year old college guy I thought the movie was excellent. I found the entire concept & setting extremely intriguing, and the little robot that didn't even speak had so much character to me. I thought he was hilarious, somewhat cowardly and brave, and even quite "noble" (I assume you know which part I'm referring to).
I also really liked the ecological undertones that weren't slammed in your face if you didn't necessarily want them (read: Happy Feet).
It's a perfect date movie. Wall E's romantic, adorable, funny, and charming. I thought the flm had some of the best writing I've ever seen, it said so much and only had one character with major dialog. Plus its a pretty in your face commentary on human personality. I don't typically dig kids movies, but this is one of the best films I've seen in the past few years.
thedog723 posted... I personally did not like it. The hole no talking or barely any made it VERY hard to connect to wall-e as a character. I mean, towards the end i dident even feel sorry for him....i was hopeing he died....
I loved it. It was very touching and the characters portrayed more emotion than live actors WITH dialog in any movie within the last decade. Unfortunately because of the timing where everyone is on a conservative/liberal kick this movie is going to be split in reviews because others will see the enviromentalism theme overshadowing the quality of the movie itself. Liberal or conservative, we've all seen a guy walk into traffic without looking because his ears are plugged with his iPod, and this movie says "Open your eyes, and live!"