What if mankind had to leave Earth,
and somebody forgot to turn the last robot off?
Thought i’ll never watch this movie coz first impression didn’t caught my attention.. thought it will just be another ordinary “cartoon”. Watch it last night at abt 10pm, was physically tired as yesterday morning had our SOC. I must say, PIXAR never fail to surprise us and WALL.E is really cute thou he’s juz a robot! anyway that’s not the point lol.
From the name Disney & PIXAR we know there’s no doubt in their standard of works (ie graphic). This movie is not simply funny but romantic. When a robot (WALL.E – Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth) was build hundreds year ago to do what he was build for, molding scrap metal into bricks and piling them into neat towers.. one day he discovers a new purpose in life… that’s LOVE.
The first 40 minutes or so of “Wall-E” — in which barely any dialogue is spoken, and almost no human figures appear on screen — is a cinematic poem of such wit and beauty that its darker implications may take a while to sink in. The scene is an intricately rendered city, bristling with skyscrapers but bereft of any inhabitants apart from a battered, industrious robot and his loyal cockroach sidekick. Hazy, dust-filtered sunlight illuminates a landscape of eerie, post-apocalyptic silence. This is a world without people, you might say without animation, though it teems with evidence of past life. — The New york Times
Directed by Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo)
rating: 5/5 =)