This is one of those movies that should be seen on the BIG SCREEN. If you wait for dvd, you'll be sorry that you did. The visuals are the best of any Pixar movie to date; the storyline is the most mature of all of Pixar's endeavors. Highly recommended.
I was more affected by the story than I expected to be, partially because of the love story but mostly because of the Axiom's captain's resolve to do what's right even in the face of difficulty and overwhelming adversity. Parts of this film reminded me a little bit of The Giver, which I guess isn't too surprising, given both stories'' dystopian themes. I describe this film as part 2001: A Space Odyssey, part CastAway, and part The Blue Lagoon.
Pixar's astounding track record is held strong with the addition of Wall-E. The visual style, thanks to help from the brilliant Roger Deakins, and sound design create an environment that is unrivaled in the colorful field of animated films. Topped off by Newman's poignant score, this package is hard to resist. But it gets better: at the soul of Wall-E is a story more touching than any other Pixar film. Wall-E found its way deep into my heart, and for that it's my favorite Pixar film to date.
Pixar has not only done it again but with Wall-E they have made one of the best animated films ever. It's a beautiful and touching love story with the one of the sweetest protagonists ever conceived. It's incredible how much emotion Pixar manages to get out of WALL*E without (almost) any speech. The animation is top notch, the movie is packed with great humor and it's got some impressive social commentary. This movie is an absolute must see for for anyone, adults and kids alike.
Incredibly beautiful, and has one of the biggest hearts in a Pixar film yet. Manages to work on all levels, from romance to comedy to sci-fi to social satire. The wordless first act is the best (and managed to keep a theater full of young kids completely silent), and the remaining two acts are of only slightly lower quality. The strongest and most well-rounded of Pixar's catalog yet.