Probably the most charming movie I’ve seen since Toy Story. Definitely Pixar’s best work since that series as well, and that’s not just because of the stunning visuals (it definitely far exceeds Finding Nemo on many levels and I LOVED that movie) Wall-E is most certainly the best movie of the year thus far (granted, I've only seen 24 so far) What I really love about this movie is that, unlike Pixar movies as of late, this one doesn’t pander at all to a younger audience. It’s simply a fully-accessible movie that would appeal to ANYONE. I think that only the Wizard of Oz’s Tin Man might not enjoy this film. I’m still in total disbelief that a story told through the eyes of a small, faceless, garbage robot somehow touches both on the full broad range of emotions AND existential subject matter. Remarkable. I do think that this endlessly entertaining film could be Pixar’s masterpiece. It is simply chock full of humour, emotion and smart (oh, so smart) storytelling all compacted into a perfect little (although not so little) motion picture. MUST be seen.
|10/10||patrick.sullivan@ - 260 reviews|
11.7.2008 - age: 26-35
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