WALL-E
Released by Walt Disney Pictures, WALL-E is a CGI animated feature film produced by Pixar Animation Studios. The film, which has a robot as its title character was released on June 27, 2008 directed by Andrew Stanton, whose previous film, Finding Nemo, won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and was produced by Jim Morris who previously worked for Lucasfilm.

WALL-E is the story of the last little robot on Earth. He is a robot that his programming was to help clean up set way in the future. Through consumerism, rampant, unchecked consumerism, the Earth was covered with trash. And to clean up, everyone had to leave Earth and set in place millions of these little robots that went around to clean up the trash and make Earth habitable again. After centuries of living in micro-gravity, the humans aboard the Axiom have lost considerable bone and muscle mass, rendering them too obese and weak to stand or move without robotic assistance, prominently from hovering chairs. Every task is now automated, including piloting the ship, which is handled by the autopilot, simply named Auto.

He collects items that he finds among the refuse, including spare parts for himself, befriends a cockroach, and saves a seedling plant, which he re-pots in an old boot. Then one day, he meets EVE, a feminine probe sent from the Axiom to find plant life. He falls in love with her upon first sight, but she does not reciprocate his feelings because her only concern is for her directive (though she does show that she's amused by his actions). When WALL-E shows her the plant he found, she stores it inside herself and deactivates. WALL-E goes to great lengths to protect her motionless body until she is retrieved by the ship that delivered her. Distraught, WALL-E clings to the outer hull as it departs into the depths of space.
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  1. hanum Says:

    nice movie, good animation technology used.