WALL-E a touching, inspirational movie

I watched WALL-E for the first time last night. What a good movie it was! I know lots of people agree, but regardless of their opinions at face value WALL-E is a sweet, clever and inspirational movie.

Basically, WALL-E is a robot who is all alone on Earth. His job is to clean the planet, which humans have left a complete mess.

As WALL-E goes around compacting trash into cubes he will eventually use to construct buildings, humans are on a “cruise” in Outer Space. Their plan is to return to Earth once it is clean again.

WALL-E’s lonely existence changes when a robot from Outer space arrives on a special mission. But WALL-E’s joy is shattered when his companion stops functioning, and is taken away by a spaceship.

The rest of the story deals with WALL-E’s mission to reunite with his love in outer space, the sedentary and meaningless lives humans have developed in Outer space, and their eventual desire to return to Earth to both improve it and live again.

Image from http://www.flickr.com/photos/alvarofarfan/2619195966.

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4 Comments on “WALL-E a touching, inspirational movie”

  1. ina Says:

    great summary — made me feel all those feelings again 🙂 Have you seen “Up” yet?

  2. christinelaubenstein Says:

    Nope, but I really want to. Do you happen to have a copy I can borrow?

  3. ina Says:

    I thought we might have it, but we don’t… it is TOTALLY worth renting it and watching it with your boy. You will NOT regret it, and neither will he!

    ina

  4. christinelaubenstein Says:

    OK, will do:-). I actually might see if the Watertown library has it when I head over there this morning.


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