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WALL·E

2008
Romance
Sci-fi
1h 38m
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Rated 28 Jun 2008
95
98th
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.
Rated 17 Apr 2009
10
97th
Pixar launches you into the ultimate journey. Cinematic beauty is shown throughout in unbelievable animation. WALL·E the lovable waste unit has one of the great romances in film with EVE. Succeeds in humor and exceeds within the opening 30 minutes of the complete opposite. Haunting yet spectacular imagery coincide with gut wrenching themes and yet with the flip of a coin, it becomes as pleasant as a rainbow. A masterpiece.
Rated 02 Sep 2008
97
97th
This is not a children's movie. WALL-E is both a love story and a science fiction fable, grounded by the Tramp-like qualities of its arresting protagonist. The film is a truly horrible glimpse into a perceivable future where the most human character is a robot, who has earned his humanity by sifting through our discarded crap. The title pan is a frightening illustration of loneliness, underscored by deep pathos. Though somewhat undermined by the human characters, it is still a transcendent film.
Rated 04 Jul 2008
8
78th
The crew at Pixar amazed me once again, the first 30 minutes were magnificient, now it doesn't get saggy after that, but I felt the rest was too simple and well, everything was happening really fast, too bad the film didn't last longer. Still, the animation is flawless and Wall-e is adorable, bring everyone to the theater and enjoy...
Rated 14 Aug 2008
95
96th
For consideration as Pixar's most compelling masterpiece, Wall-E is a family film that transcends the genre. While pulling inspiration from 2001: A Space Odyssey, Brazil and other sci-fi standards that kids know nothing about, Wall-E manages to be amazingly original. Fred Willard is hilarious as a CEO from the past trying to help clean up a littered Earth. Brilliance is in the memorable and unique robot characters, who portray many human emotions better than some live actors could ever hope to.
Rated 21 Jul 2008
90
95th
Fantastic movie, especially the first 40 minutes are briljant. Higly enjoyable.
Rated 28 Jun 2008
93
99th
A truly great love story...in an animated movie...between robots. It sounds ridiculous, but that's what Pixar has crafted. Most credit is due, though, to Andrew Stanton's excellent vision and direction, which are virtually unmatched in his field. A beautiful, heart-wrenching adventure.
Rated 28 Jun 2008
90
93rd
The first third of this film is stunningly perfect. The rest of it is merely great.
Rated 29 Mar 2009
82
94th
Another very strong Pixar movie. Nice storyline, great visuals and wonderfully humourous. It's extraordinary how good a film can be with little dialogue.
Rated 06 Jul 2008
90
97th
Very well done cinematography for an animated movie, the lack of speech for the majority of the movie gives it an extra flair. I absolutely loved the parallel to today's fast food society.
Rated 29 Sep 2008
85
91st
Y'know, standard kids movie: Loneliness, isolation, dystopian themes, religious symbolism, environmental destruction, consumerist satire... Wait, what?
Rated 30 Jun 2008
91
87th
Wall-E is one of the most endearing characters ever created. With those big robot eyes gleaming into the screen in such a melancholy lonely way, you can not help but fall in love with him and with this movie. A purposeful lack of dialog is done so exquisitely and, for the most part, this movie outshines most every animated movie of the last 25 years at least. Wall-E is poised to be a classic from the get-go. This is the summer's best so far.
Rated 29 Jun 2008
92
85th
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.
Rated 28 Jun 2008
98
87th
A very sweet movie! Hats off to the sound, animation & all other departments involved, for making me tear up over robots who barely speak, for even without words they convey loads of emotion & thought! Some people may be turned off by the environmental & lifestyle messages in the movie, but I thought they were well handled and done in a positive way (i.e. - things are fixable). It's so easy to fall in love with Wall-e - he's absolutely lovable and positive!:D I only wish the movie was longer.
Rated 28 Jun 2008
88
87th
Its satire is thornier than Idiocracy, but it's the melancholy undercurrent of this love story that really makes Wall-E stand out.
Rated 08 Sep 2008
97
98th
Stanton's follow-up to Finding Nemo is not just Pixar's best effort, but perhaps the best animated film I've ever seen. A lot of the film is dialog-free, which puts a lot of the storytelling duties onto Thomas Newman's score (which is splendid), and the expressiveness of a mouthless robot who only speaks his own name. The result is an overwhelming success; WALL·E dazzles. It's cute, it's funny, it's touching, sweet, beautifully animated, and packs a smart message. A rare film-going treat.
Rated 24 Jul 2008
96
89th
Stunning and amazing picture from Pixar. Technically perfect on ever level of animation, and for me in 20 years will be considered a gem among moviegoers. The enviroments are beautiful to look at also, and not only is this the pinacle point for animation, it's also a very effective and crushing love story! Highly recommended!
Rated 01 Jul 2008
88
88th
A touching love story about two robots who say little more than each others names, yet are able to communicate better than the majority of movie characters with a full vocabulary.
Rated 27 Jul 2010
95
99th
"WALL-E" has everything. It has action, humor, great animation and memorable, instantly likable characters for the younger children to adore and, simultaneously, it features one of the most daring scripts in the history of modern cinema, perhaps the sweetest romance of all time, environmental concerns (not mouth-fed though, as in "Avatar", for example) and typically great direction from Andrew Stanton. Overall, it is a breakthrough in animation, a modern classic and an undisputable masterpiece.
Rated 16 Feb 2009
100
97th
WallEEEEE. EEEEVAH. I think my favourite part of the film was recognizing Eve as a woman purely because she blasted shit to hell at the drop of a hat.
Rated 30 Jun 2010
43
5th
boring
Rated 27 Jul 2008
100
99th
Definitely came within an eyelash of crying at the end. There is a lot more going on in this movie than it looks. Moving, lovable... you can't hate this movie.
Rated 11 Oct 2008
90
91st
Superb storytelling. But again, it is implied that "human" is what is malfunctioning and not in an ideal order, so are Wall-E and his friends-in-need-of-repair. The capitalism critique was a bit too much but everything else was very good. Visually breathtaking.
Rated 15 Sep 2008
85
92nd
Magical. Just amazing, a wonderful experience. The first act is beautiful. A beat up robot with no dialogue manages to be a wonderfully expressive character thanks to the animation and the score. The second act can be funny or depressing, but its satirically sharp. The conclusion is satisfying, and the love story throughout is perfectly played with the right touches of melancholy longing, and joyous reward. This is an amazing movie, that can be loved by all ages.
Rated 05 Jul 2008
84
81st
Once again, Pixar is doing their anthropomorphizing schtick, though with more restraint than usual. It is often moving and terribly cute, all the more so because they're generally doing things the way you would expect robots to. They're not talking like surfers or dropping pop culture references. Still, there were a few spots that were a bit tedious. Not many, but a few. At these points, however, you can eyeball the magnificent animation. There's some jaw-dropping stuff. Also fatphobia.
Rated 23 Sep 2017
70
75th
Despite 90% of the dialogue consisting of variations on "waaaahl eee!" and "eve-uh?" the script is still better than those of every Rob Schneider movie ever. Hmm... Doesn't really sell the film, does it?
Rated 10 Jul 2008
94
89th
Visually stunning, and very different from their other films. Lighter on dialogue (especially in the first reel -- er, hard disk?), heavier on morality (save the environment = good, let machines run your life and do nothing = bad), more adult than "Toy Story" or "Monsters Inc." It's hard to really explain what pulls the movie together. You can tell that Pixar really poured their heart into this one; it feels more personal. Ultimately, it's a love story. With robots. And a damned good one.
Rated 02 Sep 2008
92
96th
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Rated 25 Nov 2008
93
91st
While I love The Incredibles, Ratatouille, and Toy Story 1 & 2 more, this is Pixar's technical masterpiece thus far. There are moments of genius (at times this almost feels like a Charlie Chaplin film) but overall the movie didn't move me as much as the aforementioned movies.
Rated 28 Jun 2008
74
83rd
I did not expect Pixar to ever make a brilliant cyberpunk epic loaded with social commentary and homages to everything from 2001 to Hello Dolly, but here it is. And they've pulled it off. This is one of the best films of the year, romantic, emotional, dark, meaningful, timeless. I'm not even sure how a child would react to it, but there is more substance here than a few subtle jokes for adults; this is the first Pixar story that I felt was truly important.
Rated 07 May 2018
70
52nd
I prefer the first half of this film. The second half, less so. The first half played like a wonderful silent, experimental-for-Pixar film, before settling into the ordinary.
Rated 10 Sep 2008
90
93rd
absolutely magnificent
Rated 25 Mar 2010
70
77th
Imaginative and well done animation. The confidence of the filmmakers is shown by the decision to refrain from all dialogue for the first 20 minutes. While some cutesiness is inevitable, it is mostly kept within acceptable bounds. The narrative is for the most part involving, and if perhaps the second half doesn't quite maintain the level of the first, nevertheless as a movie for children it succeeds in being entertaining, amusing, touching and even interesting.
Rated 23 Jul 2008
85
79th
Very good, with the exception of too few small surprises in the last half. This kept it from feeling unified. There were also a few too many rounds of the-innocent-and-helpless-in-peril. However, the morals abound, which always chokes me up, so I will want to see it again.
Rated 28 Jun 2008
9
98th
A gorgeous and highly original work of art that functions as a fascinating character study, a Chaplin-esque slapstick comedy, and probably my favorite piece of hard sci-fi since Minority Report. The animation is stunning, the character of WALL*E is just perfectly realized, and there were some beautiful moments that definitely caused it to get sniffly in the theater. Solid, even for Pixar.
Rated 12 May 2009
84
81st
I think it's pretty neat (maybe brilliant) how this movie gives emotion to a robot that barely talks and has no mouth or facial features. It is really hard not to like this robot. I also like the little music number he dances too. One question that my date brought up was "Do you really think a five yr-old would sit still watching this when no one talks (during the first half of this film)?" It is a good question, but luckily I am a little older than five, and that's all that matters to me.
Rated 06 Dec 2019
98
97th
Pixar's most majestic film is also its most mature and adult. Wall-E discusses deep themes of environmental stewardship and longing on a complex level with little to no dialogue; yet somehow this film exudes charm and humor throughout. Functionally, it almost acts as a direct companion piece to Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, and to be able to say that about any film--let alone one from Pixar--is no small feat. One of my favorite science-fiction and animated films ever made.
Rated 06 Nov 2008
9
93rd
Pixar's most visually amazing film and probably there most ambitious. Amazing score and Jeff Garlin's voice acting was perfect.
Rated 23 Apr 2009
100
99th
Gorgeous and heartwarming, this movie will put a smile on your face.
Rated 09 Jul 2008
75
89th
I was expecting something special with Wall-e but it's just a good Pixar animation. The robot is charming but in a lot of ways is simalar to Johnny 5 from Short Circuit.It is a good story but could have been a lot deeper,it's a shame this could have been the classic it's hyped up to be.See "Silent Running" to get an idea of what Wall-e should have been.
Rated 28 Jul 2008
100
90th
The single best animated film I have ever seen. What an incredibly, incredibly charming film this is. Outstanding animation. Wall-e is the best robot ever. Has the best, most touching and most convincing romance I've seen, which is a remarkable achievement.
Rated 22 Jul 2008
95
96th
Quite possibly the most adorable movie I've seen in a while. Pixar apparently can't do wrong, ever. The moral and ethical lessons are shown rather than told, which heightens their impact. My only complaint? I wish there wasn't so much "Hello Dolly".
Rated 19 Sep 2011
99
99th
In all honesty, this is probably Pixar's best movie. WALL-E boasts amazing visual effects, cinematography and visual effects, which in term makes it feel all the more extraordinary. The story itself feels more original in my opinion as well, with characters that quickly become easy to care about. Undoubtedly a technical achievement and one of the most underrated films ever.
Rated 02 Jul 2008
95
88th
Truly beautiful in every way with a timeless story, and very, very funny, too.
Rated 09 Jul 2008
97
98th
You truly amaze me, Pixar. Way to not cross the line into green propaganda, like some other happy-footed animated movies that I know. The development of the characters and their romance warrants the title of masterpiece.
Rated 27 Aug 2010
93
83rd
Pixar's movie Wall-E was captivating, both visually and emotionally. Although some might disagree with the political stand made regarding the environmental issues our country faces today, I believe they provided the facts with a positive outlook on the situation. The relationship that evolves between Wall-E and Eve is touching. The timeless love story captures all audiences without the need for dialogue, but through social interaction which is also greatly valued in life. It's a must-see movie.
Rated 14 Oct 2008
90
84th
Lovable and magical feature from the Disney/Pixar workshop. The first half of the film is almost entirely unspoken, which is just perfect. It's a nice homage to silent film greats, such as Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, and even Harpo Marx (even though he came debuted in the sound era...still a silent funnyman). The second half is a romantic opus aboard a space ship, with an entertaining cast of voice actors.
Rated 15 Apr 2013
90
94th
Everyone should see this to learn about some important values in life which we are forgetting more and more every day in this capitalism driven world of ours!
Rated 29 Jun 2008
70
72nd
For whatever reason, lubby-dubby stories work better with non-humans. No exception here. Wall-E has some of the typical Pixar pitfalls (not as clever as it presumes to be, just a little too long) but avoids some of the others (poor voice casting -- although, really, hard to mess that up on a movie with so little dialogue). Pixar's best effort to date.
Rated 25 Sep 2010
96
99th
My favorite Pixar movie, vastly underrated especially considering there is no speech for large portions of the film. It is beautifully animated and wonderfully performed. The few flaws it has are minor.
Rated 06 Aug 2008
92
94th
Wall-E looks amazing and adorable , and will charm absolutely everybody. Another great piece of art by Pixar. And not only animation-wise , but alsow a good story with a message. Could serve as a SF-movie , but now shines as a great animated movie. So not only good humor , but alsow heart and emotion. ( One of ? ) The best work of Pixar !
Rated 05 Nov 2008
81
68th
Definitely a bit overrated.
Rated 05 Dec 2008
3
9th
A friend said I should watch this even though he knows I detest Disney/Pixar output. I watched it. It lived up to all my expectations.
Rated 08 Aug 2008
95
97th
A wonderful lead charachter who seems to channel Chaplin and other silent movie stars, a really touching, fun story, and flawless, incredible animation. A perfect length at 90 minutes, and just top class filmaking all round.
Rated 11 Jul 2008
89
96th
Incredible first hour. Beautiful animation and liveliness and really creates a mood and an atmosphere. Unlike all previous Pixar movies, there are less vibrant colors and no happy disney songs and it's less funny. But the movie is more adult and I am amazed by how they made this silent 45 minutes so touching and emotional. The second half is not as good, though still very strong and has beautiful sequences in space. It does get stretched out a bit too long, and hits you over the head with the me
Rated 19 Nov 2008
29
9th
The most extraordinary CGI I've ever seen... of garbage. Way to go, Pixar! The story is decent, though not terribly original... The biggest problem (and it's very big) is that Wall-E just isn't appealing. He looks, sounds, and behaves pathetically. He isn't adorable at all, he's sad and unpleasant. The "romance" is also very unappealing, since it's more of a mother-child relationship, mostly composed of Wall-E behaving like a clingy child and Eva fixing him repeatedly. Yuck!
Rated 29 May 2009
75
85th
The first half-hour is fantastic. Then they add dialog and the film loses a lot of its effect.
Rated 04 Dec 2011
75
67th
A brilliant beginning that makes a trashed Earth look beautiful is almost ruined by a horribly tacked on story with a bunch of fat humans who become so reliant on technology they can hardly even stand up. I seem to like this less than almost everyone else, but I just lose all interest in it once the humans show up.
Rated 12 Jul 2008
60
65th
Nor the satire, neither the needless references that makes Pixar look like they're out of inspiration got me hooked up with the movie. What is left is wonderful animation, great camerawork, fair dose of comedy with the rouge robots gang and some sentimental moments.
Rated 01 Aug 2009
90
97th
Pixar once again deliever a level in imagination and intelligence that their rivals can only dream about. Multi-layered genius, that appeals to all ages, "WALL·E" is a true work of art. Pixar remain the only 3D animation house who can regularly instill a true sense of character depth and development into their pictures and thus create a truly emotive and humanistic experience. Genius. Gets better with time and re-watches.
Rated 02 Nov 2016
92
86th
Yet another classic from Pixar, WALL-E features beautiful animation and a moving story with a lot of heart.
Rated 27 Dec 2012
95
98th
This is why Pixar will always be kings of the CGI film world. One mostly-silent little waste management bot has more heart and character than Dreamworks' entire back catalogue. The story, the characterization, the visuals with their imaginative range of visual gags (no relying on fart jokes or pop culture references here), everything about this is as close to flawless storytelling as it gets.
Rated 19 Aug 2008
82
81st
Though the message is pretty heavy handed (no pun intended), the visuals are positively gorgeous. The story is cute, and though there isn't any real dialogue between the two main characters, the romance is very effective (as much as it can be). The first 20 minutes alone are worth the price of admission.
Rated 31 Dec 2008
90
94th
Fantastic! Wall-E is a instant classic character. The film is let down a bit by the human plot that causes some slow moments, but the robots are fantastic. And you will laugh HARD. The short before the movie is fantastic too.
Rated 19 Feb 2009
87
95th
great movie
Rated 24 Sep 2008
80
78th
Could've been a lot better. Rushes into things losing much of its intriguing athmosphere. The first half is pure brilliance though, and the second half just great kids action. The environmential commentary deserves its place even in its obvious form - after all, this is a film for the younger audience. So maybe they didn't even want to make a new 2001: Space Odyssey - just use the Also Sprach Zarathustra.
Rated 28 Sep 2010
60
40th
Sure, it's beautifully made; I loved the landscapes on the abandoned earth. Wall-E is cute and has got personality. But after 45 minutes of cute robots prancing around, I was getting bored. It felt like a Pixar short stretched on for too long. The Earth-scenery looked very realistic, so the way the humans were animated threw me off. That they used to be "live action"-humans didn't help. In spite, it was a great animation film with an original story, but not the wonder that the critics made it.
Rated 01 Dec 2008
95
81st
The first half is one of the best silent films I've ever seen...
Rated 06 Jan 2012
98
99th
From the brilliant story and superb animation right down to the sound and humor, Wall-E is one of the finest animated films ever made
Rated 03 Nov 2008
68
28th
to tell the truth i was exepting better it s still a bit a movie of children but still have a good like love story but never reached my expectaions .a bit over rated but watchable
Rated 30 Dec 2008
91
93rd
I loved this movie. Not only was it adorable, but it also had really cool animation AND an important message to boot. I thought it was admirable that they pushed it so far as to have an entire society of overweight slurpee-drinkers, which was pretty risky. I also loved how the characters barely spoke to each other...and they didn't need to. I will definitely be seeing this again soon.
Rated 27 Dec 2008
80
62nd
My God, there are ALOT of scores in the 90s on here. It was good, but it was not the be-all and end-all of animated features that I heard that it was. I enjoyed it, and I think the message is a good (and important) one for young kids to hear. And yes, it's visually stunning. But I didn't really invest in Wall-E as a character to the degree that the movie wanted me to...or rather, expected me to, simply because he was "cute". Enjoyable, with a good message, just not the masterpiece I expected.
Rated 01 Jul 2008
95
98th
Pixar's finest to date. Poignant on so many different levels. An easy winner for Best Animated Film come oscar time and a serious contender for Best Picture.
Rated 07 Aug 2008
54
9th
Though I give thumbs up to the director for the concept, I felt that the writers felt the need to explode the 'cuteness' meter. With a little romance randomly forced in, and with some scenes similar to Titanic except with overweight lards of fat- this animation is neither memorable nor anything spectacular.
Rated 28 Apr 2009
96
98th
Pixar have utterly outdone themselves with Wall-E. The visuals, story, ideas and characters are formed with such loving care and skill that Pixar have come to show again and again, and they are in top form here. This is easily the best kid's movie I have seen and it truly astounds me. It's just such a fun and love filled movie with an excellent sense of playfulness and humour about it. This is animation at its finest.
Rated 14 Dec 2009
90
63rd
The first half (sans dialogue) was artistic. Once they got to the fat people ship it lost a lot of steam, I thought.
Rated 26 Dec 2008
93
97th
A terrific animation feat, the backgrounds and design are superb in every area. I could have done without the live-action parts, though, they felt awkard. The writing was touching, and Pixar does a terrific job with active storytelling and working with few words. A fantastic flick that's perfect for any age group.
Rated 01 May 2010
72
33rd
It was a very good movie until the preachy part started when humans were introduced. If only they had had courage to make this a silent one.
Rated 17 Jul 2008
97
92nd
Adorable, amazing, wonderful. And the main character had a 7-word vocabulary.
Rated 27 Oct 2008
70
70th
Good movie but nothing special. Wall-E is even ugly and works alone in a lonely ugly world. Luckily a second robot was to see in this movie after half an hour. Nice to see the relationship between Wall-E and Eve. Negatif were the people, who looks ridiculous. Good for 1 time to watch.
Rated 24 Jan 2010
86
85th
Amazing first half-hour, like everyone says. Really, truly incredible. After that it's a little bit less amazing and the consumerist fatty satire is silly, ruining the mood and detracting from what started out as a surprisingly dystopian movie (being for kids and all) about isolation and melancholy longing... between adorable robots. Love blooms in a wasteland. My favorite Pixar.
Rated 23 Sep 2008
95
99th
Devastatingly beautiful. This fable warns of the dangers of losing emotional connections with one another, and reminds us of the beauty of love and importance of companionship. It's satire is perfect, and can be understood by young and old alike. Touching on every level.
Rated 01 Nov 2008
70
60th
Idiocracy for the kiddies.
Rated 24 Oct 2008
95
96th
Amazing movie. Even in the scenes without dialog, you don't miss out on any story. The animators breathe life into this little lunch box on wheels. You can tell what he is thinking. It's just phenomenal. But that's just eye candy. The full meal is the story. There's a message here of caring for the earth and checking technology, but you simply want more between Eve and Wall-e. Their relationship evolves realistically, with a heart wrenching scene toward the end. See it.
Rated 26 Jul 2008
95
78th
Extremely adorable with a very nice "green" message behind it.
Rated 07 Jul 2008
95
84th
Pixar rulez. I really love Pixar movies. Wall.e is sweet, touching and charming.
Rated 31 Mar 2011
92
96th
This is one of the best animated films of all time and much of it was done with very few words. I love this movie. Its funny, badass, and heartbreaking all at the same time.
Rated 29 Jan 2009
85
87th
A cute movie, no doubt, but what I don't understand is that if the directive to return to earth was canceled by the CEO of the corporation, why did they continue sending out the scout robots to look for plants? If nobody really knew it was happening, why do it in the first place? Seems like an extreme expenditure of cash, considering the fact that they had no intention of returning to earth.
Rated 29 Dec 2014
70
42nd
Way too obvious. Meh.
Rated 05 Oct 2008
88
90th
Looks fantastic just like you'd expect from Pixar, but also has a warm and intelligent story that should work for viewers of all ages.
Rated 14 Jul 2009
95
97th
There hasn't been such a beautiful deep space epic since 2001:ASO. What wonderful imagery with keen attention to detail. This movie is definitely a re-watchable treat!
Rated 26 Jul 2008
95
97th
My favourite animated flick. It has a lot of heart, it's darker than one might expect going in, and the first 30 minutes where he's all alone is some of the most heart wrenching stuff I've ever seen. But then they throw in the ending as well...
Rated 25 Nov 2012
100
99th
the love i have for this movie is astronomical.
Rated 03 May 2011
70
5th
It was good, but overrated.
Rated 25 Jul 2009
10
96th
The single best movie I have ever seen. Affects your heart as well as your mind, making you feel everything that WALL-E feels, and is just one of the most beautiful movies ever. At it's heart just a great love story.
Rated 15 Nov 2014
80
80th
Loses some of its charm in the middle as the "messages" start to become way too obvious and in-your-face but still superbly emotional and beautiful animation. Loved all the nods to classic cinema. The first third essentially plays out like a lovely old-school silent film.
Rated 28 Apr 2009
100
99th
Sometimes a movie is perfect. WALL-E is beautifully animated, unique, exciting, and adorable. The greatest romance, sci-fi, and children's film all rolled into one.
Rated 15 May 2009
92
82nd
Only Pixar could make a film that evoles around a robot that doesn't talk and pull it off. Wall-E is a highly endearing character you find really find yourself wanting to succede. The animation is top notch and has a great story with an enviromental undertone. This is great for both adults and children
Rated 21 Feb 2009
92
97th
Really creative, full of emotions and funny scenes and a very good story that is brought superbly. I think you've noticed already that I really loved this film. One of the best (the best?) animation that I've seen! Also a great way to raise a number of problems in our modern society.
Rated 30 Jun 2008
100
97th
Perfection. Wall-E is a masterpiece, plane and simple.

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