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              In the distant future, a small waste-collecting robot inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind.


              Andrew Stanton


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              Cast overview, first billed only:
              Ben Burtt ... WALL·E / M-O / Robots (voice)
              Elissa Knight ... EVE (voice)
              Jeff Garlin ... Captain (voice)
              Fred Willard ... Shelby Forthright
              MacInTalk MacInTalk ... AUTO (voice)
              John Ratzenberger ... John (voice)
              Kathy Najimy ... Mary (voice)
              Sigourney Weaver ... Ship's Computer (voice)
              Teddy Newton ... Steward Bots (voice)
              Bob Bergen ... Forthright's Advisor (voice)
              John Cygan ... Axiom Passenger #3 (voice)
              Pete Docter ... Lifeguard Bot (voice)
              Paul Eiding ... Axiom Passenger #12 (voice)
              Donald Fullilove ... Axiom Passenger #7 (voice) (as Don Fullilove)
              Teresa Ganzel ... (voice)


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              Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


              The newest sensation in waste allocation! See more »


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              Release Date:

              24 July 2008 (Hong Kong) See more »

              Also Known As:

              Wall-E See more »


              Box Office


              $180,000,000 (estimated)

              Opening Weekend USA:

              $63,087,526, 29 June 2008

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              Sound Mix:

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              Aspect Ratio:

              2.39 : 1
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              It took only six weeks for WALL·E (2008) to gross over $200 million in the USA. See more »


              When the spacecraft carrying the EVE units docks inside the Axiom, among the robotic arms that attach to the ship is a two-conductor device resembling a heavy-duty power connector. Just after it connects to the ship, several small, black marks appear around it for one or two frames. They appear to be rendering errors. See more »


              [first lines]
              Voice in commercial: 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.
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              A Most Endearing Love Story In Space...And Back
              2 November 2008 | by ChrysanthepopSee all my reviews

              Over the years I've become quite a sucker for Pixar movies and just love each and every one of them. While there are the states of the art animation and sound effects, the stories have heart. The characters are adorable yet real. It reminds one of those charming movies Disney used to make but Pixar films are very much a unique cinematic experience.

              'WALL-E' is quite unusual compared to the previous Pixar movies. There's hardly any dialogue between the two protagonists other than saying each other's name. In fact, barely a word is spoken in the entire first half hour but WALL-E and Eve's silent and playful love story is such a joy to watch. Even though of few words, both characters have strong personalities and the character development is wonderfully done.

              The animation is colourful and vivid. Sound effect is amazing. The robot characters are cute and charming. The score deserve special mention as it's mesmerizing and beautiful. Andrew Stanton has done a terrific job as director and co-writer. The portrayal of WALL-E's loneliness and need for love is very well done and then the change that is brought within after the entrance of Eve and his eventual determination to rescue her is effectively shown. There are many genuinely funny and creative moments and it manages to stay away from being 'just plain silly'. The story is rich with humour, action, drama and adventure.

              Ben Burtt and Elissa Knight do a fabulous job with the voice acting for WALL-E and Eve. John Ratzenberger, Kathy Najimy and Sigourney Weaver lend great support. While 'WALL-E' tells a magnificent love story it reminds us that Earth is our home and nothing can replace it. It's a joyous magical experience and another sure winner from Pixar.

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