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Was great!!!There was a bit too much social commentary though.The loss of Earth because of the trash,the fat lazyness of the human race,The disconnecting of the human race because of Ipod,Internet,you know.

But still an enjoyable move regardless.

And I will put any Pixar movie up against any Anime movie ANYDAY!!!!!
 

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Yeah, saw it on Friday with the boy. Spent all of last weekend saying "Wall-eeeee" in a tinny voice. I thought it was great how most of the movie was conveyed with minimal spoken parts.

On a side note, I don't know if anyone else saw the Beverly Hills Chihuahua preview, but about ten parents around me all were saying the same thing-"we are not going to see that!"
 

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That BHC movies makes my head hurt,just as Alvin and the chipmunks did.
 

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I loved WALL-E!

I loved the fact that Pixar, the king of commercialism, was willing to poke fun at commercialism. I especially love that people don't get it...
 

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It was great! Pixar never fails to disappoint. I loved the social commentary, it was hilarious (and scary).
 

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I thought this movie was incredible. Funny, though-provoking and heart warming. Should win the Oscar for best animated film and be up for best film overall.
Now I want a Wall-E action figure.
 

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Pixar does some of the best story telling. I think this film is stand out because so little is spoken between the main characters. You had to pay attention to mannerisms and gestures. It really tugged at your heart.
 

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I was just at the local Blockbuster movie store today, and near the registers was a display of "WALL-E" merchandise (toys, cards, plush figures, etc.) There were a few R/C WALL-Es of various sizes, and one of them looked about 1/6. Might look good as a static display on a diorama base of ruins (not to mention as a fun toy!) I would assume that TRU, KB, Walmart and Target should carry them as well.
 

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I was just at the local Blockbuster movie store today, and near the registers was a display of "WALL-E" merchandise (toys, cards, plush figures, etc.) There were a few R/C WALL-Es of various sizes, and one of them looked about 1/6. Might look good as a static display on a diorama base of ruins (not to mention as a fun toy!) I would assume that TRU, KB, Walmart and Target should carry them as well.
Sounds like I may need to hit a Blockbuster in the near future.
 

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Sigourney Weaver as the ships computer. Her range of emotion, the raw power of her performance... Just amazing. If she doesn't get and Oscar for Wall-E, I'll eat a shoe.

ironic story... I was standing in line at the snack bar, two people ahead is a morbidly obese gentleman in one of those Rascals (motorized chair). He left the line with his tub-o-popcorn and sucking on his bucket-o-soda... About 45 minutes later we see the humans living on the ship for the first time - All I could think of was that guy in the chair, and was he watching WALL-E too.
 
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