Wall-E had the potential to be one of those magic, family films with broad appeal. The teenage crowd in the audience were laughing their heads off some of the time while the intellectuals present understood the high level of scientific accuracy, the sophisticated musical references and the seriousness of the environmental message. But never the twain shall meet because there was a hitch in the git-along, so to speak. The script left us bewildered at times, sort of lost in space, wondering when or if we would ever get back on track. The visuals, the computer animation, was first class. Not a film to see a second time.
|6/10||hajwhitney@ - 54 reviews|
13.7.2008 - age: 50+
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