Posted on 7/09/11 04:01 PM
In a very distant future, humans have left the Earth because of trash covering most of the Earth. WALL-E has been left on this Earth by himself other than his very good friend that is a cockroach. But one day a new robot named Eve, who has been sent by the humans so that it can find out if there is any life left on earth, comes to visit WALL-E, who almost instantly falls in love with her. WALL-E shows Eve a plant that he had found, and Eve automatically returns it to her ship. This giant ship turns out to be carrying all of the humans that evacuated Earth 700 years before, and when an auto-pilot computer steals the plant so that humans cannot return to Earth, it is up to WALL-E to make sure that humans will once again live on Earth.
WALL-E is just another example of the brilliance that comes from Pixar Animation Studios.
Obviously, this is not necessarily Pixar's most creative film, but once you start watching it you will see that it is very creative in its own way. And I have to say this is some of the best animation Pixar has done to this date. It was beautiful. This films actually reminded me a lot of the short story "If I Forget thee oh Earth..." which had a very similar story line. But there is something about this movie that makes it so great. The animation is fantastic, and the acting is always good with a Pixar film, but the way Pixar tells their stories is completely different than any other film makers out there. It is incredible. I have yet to see a Pixar film that I do not like, or really even love. Maybe one day, but so far Pixar has yet to disappoint me.
Overall, WALL-E is a visually stunning film with good direction, a great story and great acting. It is one of my favorite animated films.
Final rating: Fresh-91%