WALL-E

{5/5} “Too much garbage in your face? There’s plenty of space out in space! BnL StarLiners leaving each day. We’ll clean up the mess while you’re away.”

WALL-E, released in 2008

WALL-E is a robot whose day job is to compact trash into cubes and stack them up to the sky. He’s been doing this for years and is the only one left — all the humans are gone and all the other robots have worn out. One days things change dramatically — a ship arrives and a shiny new robot, Eve, emerges to see if there’s any plant life growing on Earth now. WALL-E is an amazing character, and there are many funny and stunning moments. This animated movie is one of the best science fiction movies ever. John Ratzenberger provides a voice and Fred Willard plays the only non-animated character. Directed by Andrew Stanton. The soundtrack by Thomas Newman is one of my favourites.

This is the third or fourth time I’ve seen it.

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