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"WALL-E" ***1/2 (out of four): "WALL-E" is truly a masterpiece of animation. If only live-action films were as thoughtfully and beautifully executed.

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Pixar continues to define the gold standard of animated feature films with "WALL-E", the story of a little robot with a big heart. Surprisingly mature, thoughtful and subtle, "WALL-E" proves the mastery and bravery of Pixar's filmmakers as they push the envelope of animated storytelling.

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5 Comments

Did Johnny 5 make a cameo? Come on, throw me a spoiler.

said Baierman on June 27, 2008 5:04 PM.

Glad I'm not the only one who immediately thought "Short Circuit" when I saw the trailer...

said Outback Jon on June 27, 2008 5:31 PM.

We're not the only ones Jon...

http://www.yesbutnobutyes.com/archives/2008/06/walle_short_cir.html

said Baierman on June 27, 2008 5:57 PM.

This was a neat movie...

but it was NOT a kid's movie. I swear, unless they hand out Cocain laced popcorn before the movie begins people will be trying to crush their heads with the seats because...

Everything is nothing ness, and we are all destined to become 4k lbs whales floating in Space.

enjoy!

said adam on June 30, 2008 11:17 AM.

Saw WallE yesterday with my 6 year old, and we loved it. Pixar has again created a layered movie that gives both the kids and adults something to think about on their own level. The second half of the movie could have been nothing but a lot of cynicism and irony for the adults, but they told a story and the irony and cynicism evolved into something better: Good Satire.

It was a good, gentle, funny movie that didn't talk down to you, and while there were definite ET moments, they didn't feel manipulative, again, just a natural evolution of the story.

said Moviegirl on July 3, 2008 8:40 PM.
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