animated movie WALL•E © Pixar
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WALL•E

The Earth is a wasteland of consumer garbage, abandoned by the humans, who left behind a number of WALL•E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter-Earth Class) robots to clean the planet up. Seven hundred years have passed since then and only one of these robots still functions, continuing it laborious task, with only a cockroach for company. The centuries of isolation have given the robot an eccentric nature as he has taken up collecting interesting knickknacks he finds in the endless rubbish; the most prized being a betamax tape of Hello Dolly, which has taught him emotion. Then one day, his life is changed forever when a beautiful white probe droid named E.V.E., lands nearby.

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I love this film, its really wonderfully done. Pros : The plot is very intresting, it makes you want to "ohhh" and "awww" so many times in the film. :3...
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I thought this film was very cute and I enjoyed it very much.wall-e has a little robot who has a pet cockroach.Wall-e was the only moving thing on the earth...
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Unlike the realm of anime, where it is as predominate as any other genre, western animation and science fiction have rarely been best bedfellows. This is particularly the case in...
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This is an absolutely astounding piece of work that I truly appreciate coming from Pixar. To tell you the truth, Cars was mediocre and Ratattouille was pretty good, but this has...
Created by: Pixar
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Jeff Garlin ... Captain
Ben Burtt ... WALL*E / M-O
Elissa Knight ... Eve
John Ratzenberger ... John
Kathy Najimy ... Mary
Sigourney Weaver ... Ship's Computer
Directed by: Andrew Stanton
Produced by: Jim Morris
Executive Producers: John Lasseter and Peter Docter
Writing Credits: Andrew Stanton

animated movie WALL•E © PixarThe Pizza Planet delivery van from Toy Story appears briefly in the film.

AUTO, the Axiom’s autopilot, is voiced by MacInTalk, Apple Computer’s text-to-speech program.

Other references to Apple Computers in the film include the iPod that WALL•E has and the sound that WALL•E's solar battery makes when fully charged being the same sound a Apple Mac makes when turned on.

The first time WALL•E is struck by lightening while holding an umbrella over E.V.E., his battery becomes instantly charged.

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A113 Reference Unlike its usual, brief appearance in other animated films, A113 is actually used as a major plot device in WALL•E.

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