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WALL-E rocked my socks! Loved the film!! Who has seen it and what do you think of it?
WALL-E was incredible. I walked out of there having never taken that much from a movie.
WALL-E was incredible. I walked out of there having never taken that much from a movie.WALL-E was great, but really? That important? The message in it has been done to pieces before, and it wasn't particularly innovative in presenting it. The love story was the real reason to watch it, and even that wasn't "never taken that much from a movie" quality. This movie is getting way overrated. It's already #9 on IMDB.
Republicans hate WALL-E.
I am unclear how the "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" crowd can find this movie unappealing?
Lars Larson: WALL-E is propaganda that teaches kids that humans are bad for planet Earth.
The only person I know who didn't like it was my dad, who seemed apathetic/ambivalent, but he's a Republican.
I loved the 2-d portion of Kung fu Panda and was wishing for more of it. But if the movie was done in all 2-d like that they wouldn't be able to do some of the things in the film. I also liked the fact that the ending credits was in 2-d.
I really loved Wall-E, but the use of live action footage against the 3-D animation seemed jolting. Did anyone else have this reaction, or did it work for them?
First look at Pixar's Brave.
and while it isn't Pixar related, they also have Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker...
The only problem with the free roaming Audio-Animatronics is that they are only in America for a few months and are then shipped out to the foreign parks, which means I never actally get to see them in person... -sigh-
Now for some funny Wall-E videos!
Can't wait to see it this weekend. (Didn't get a chance to see it this past weekend... my friends wanted to see The Hulk... sigh..)
As for it being highly rated on IMDB, it only have 13k votes so far. It'll probably level out at some point. Even still, if that's how people view it, then the movie accomplished what it set out to accomplish.
I kinda have to wonder if they do this sort of thing just to ride the coattails of whatever thing they're ranting about. Could it be that they're so radical that they don't think they should even clean up after themselves? Isn't that the substance of the movie, really - that it would be nice if we just cleaned up after ourselves?
They love to thump Bibles. Wasn't there something in the Bible about being a good steward or some such thing? Or does that not apply anymore?
I'm pretty sure my friend and I were the only people to notice WALL-E's Mac OS boot-up sound in my theater.
I really enjoyed the references to 2001 (The auto-pilot) and other sci-fi.
The same guy who did R2D2's sound effects in Star Wars created WALL-E and many other robots' "voices." AUTO's "voice" was created by the Mac's text-to-speech system. (This is the stuff that makes me excited. Is that sad?)
I really liked this movie and so did all my friends. But we're all liberal-ish. The only person I know who didn't like it was my dad, who seemed apathetic/ambivalent, but he's a Republican.
How do they know what the Planet Earth wants? No self-respecting planet allows life; just ask the Auditors.
(If you don't see what I mean, just look at definitions of "bad")
bad for Planet Earth:- Such a poorly defined term. If I were a bastard, every time people said it I would interpret it to mean a hunk of rock that is pretty much going to stay orbiting the Sun unless we *really* screw with something. And when we do it will start grumbling.
likely to significantly change Planet Earth as we know it:- at least that is correct literally.
bad for the environment:- acceptable, since the environment is, quite deliberately, an agglomeration of life and non-life. Not perfect though.
bad for a large number of species on the planet Earth (extinction, suffering also):- a better phrasing by far.
reduces biodiversity (though this doesn't hold up in the long term):- now we're getting there. Perfectly honest but effective.
but better still
bad for humans