WALL-E again

Last night Dan and I went to see WALL-E. It was the second time for me, first time for him. He loved it as much as I do, and I must say I think I enjoyed it even more the second time! I caught a lot of things that I missed the first time, and I was never worried that it would turn bad so I was able to relax and enjoy it. If you still haven’t seen it, I suggest you go this weekend before it leaves the big screen. Yes, you can rent or buy it later (and I hope you will), but it’s breathtakingly beautiful and you really should experience it on the big screen at least once. I am looking forward to buying, yes buying, the dvd when it comes out. It’s definitely a movie I want to watch again and again and also I want to support Pixar and reward them for making this brilliant film. I gave you a picture of WALL-E in a previous post, so here’s the other main character, EVE:

EVE

Thank you, Pixar!

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2 Responses to “WALL-E again”

  1. Michael

    I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiments! It’s rare that I find a film that I want to watch repeatedly (let alone one that holds my attention :), but this surely is one. I can’t exactly put a finger on why WALL-E turned out so great, but I love the near absence of verbal dialog. That the main characters are silent draws out the visual nuances and ups the emotion, I think. I hope Pixar is still making films like this when I have kid(s)!!

  2. Ada Kerman

    I read part of a thread elsewhere about whether “Kung Fu Panda” portrayed a positive message about fat people; then I watched Wall-E and found myself wondering the same thing. At first, one thought that everyone was fat since they’d been lounging around the cruise ship, but then it was explained as “microgravity” – and the people were helpful.


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