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    Jul 1, 2008, 1:59 AM - Wall-E #1

    Was really surprised that there wasnt already a thread for this!

    Anyways, I had seen it on saturday at downtown disney, and I have to say that IMHO its the best disney/pixar film Ive ever seen. It was just amazing. The story and just how they accomplished it successfully.

    It was a very moving story at that. I'll be honest at saying it damn near made me cry a bit.

    Just picked up the soundtrack as well, and its very creative and good.

    If you havent seen it, go, go right now. I'd regret not seeing it. I may actually go again sometime soon.
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    Jul 1, 2008, 2:11 AM - Re: Wall-E #2

    I couldn't agree more! I saw this movie on Saturday and it was simply amazing! I also nearly cried (which is a REALLY big deal for me). The story was great and how they were able to tell it without very much diologue was incredible. Pixar's animation always astounds me when compared to other animated films such as those by Dreamworks. And then when the credits came I was surprised to see that the voice behind WALL-E was none other than Ben Burtt!
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    Jul 1, 2008, 9:25 AM - Re: Wall-E #3

    After about a half-hour I was thinking that it was going to be basically a silent movie! and really not much happened in it...And you know what? I wasn't complaining one bit!! This is a true masterpiece! If an animated character could ever get "best actor" WALL-E would be it! And not because of the script for him (or EVE for that matter) because they only say a few words albeit over and over. The whole movie has that binary suns feel to it, very genuine. Movies like this do not come around very often, please go see it!-----------> Grade A
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    Jul 1, 2008, 9:32 AM - Re: Wall-E #4

    Dreamworks is the secret step child of animation. Nobody wants to admit they have one. I dont care for Dreamworks art direction.

    I loved Wall-E, speculation has it that it could go for best picture, not just animated best picture. Its a great great movie and commentary.
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    Jul 1, 2008, 10:21 AM - Re: Wall-E #5

    eeeeeewwwww... the dreaded double post
  6. Jul 1, 2008, 10:48 AM - Re: Wall-E #6

    double post or not hell I cant wait to see this over the weekend! I have heard nothing but great things from regular movie going folks here in the office. It's otay Chris, you can cry man lol
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    Jul 1, 2008, 11:11 AM - Re: Wall-E #7

    Quote Commander Voltaire said: View Post
    double post or not hell I cant wait to see this over the weekend! I have heard nothing but great things from regular movie going folks here in the office. It's otay Chris, you can cry man lol

    lol, I dont think the image of a giant ogre crying is very appealing. I dunno, I just cant stop thinking about the story. it makes me :wtc:
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    Jul 1, 2008, 11:29 AM - Re: Wall-E #8

    This was an excellent movie. I highly recommend going to go see this one.
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    Jul 1, 2008, 1:48 PM - Re: Wall-E #9

    Took my girlfriend to see it last night, and we both loved it!!!
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    Jul 1, 2008, 1:57 PM - Re: Wall-E #10

    Wow, rottentomatoes.com has upper 90's across the board for this one...I'll really have to check it out this weekend. Btw, just wondering if you guys were going to cry because you were sad or laughing too hard??
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    Jul 1, 2008, 2:13 PM - Re: Wall-E #11

    Quote Kwally89 said: View Post
    Wow, rottentomatoes.com has upper 90's across the board for this one...I'll really have to check it out this weekend. Btw, just wondering if you guys were going to cry because you were sad or laughing too hard??
    Its just a very moving storyline in regards to the two main characters. You'll see.
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    Jul 1, 2008, 2:16 PM - Re: Wall-E #12

    I had been waiting for this movie for over a year. Saw it on friday and it was the best feel good movie of all time. If my puppy was a male I would have named it wall-e. no joke
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    Jul 1, 2008, 4:13 PM - Re: Wall-E #13

    yea that movie was great
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    Jul 1, 2008, 4:25 PM - Re: Wall-E #14

    My girlfriend and I both loved it, saw it over the weekend. With few spoken words by WALL.E and EVA, Pixar managed to convey A LOT of emotion and personality from both.

    Quick question: What does WALL.E stand for? I saw Waste Allocating Load Lifer; but missed the E.
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    Jul 1, 2008, 4:35 PM - Re: Wall-E #15

    I BELIEVE IT STANDS FOR EARTH.
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    Jul 1, 2008, 4:37 PM - Re: Wall-E #16

    Quote LostSonOfSparda said: View Post
    My girlfriend and I both loved it, saw it over the weekend. With few spoken words by WALL.E and EVA, Pixar managed to convey A LOT of emotion and personality from both.

    Quick question: What does WALL.E stand for? I saw Waste Allocating Load Lifer; but missed the E.
    The E stands for Earth-Class
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    Jul 1, 2008, 5:17 PM - Re: Wall-E #17

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    Jul 1, 2008, 6:18 PM - Re: Wall-E #18

    oh no!!! Eve's gonna be so jealous!!!
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    Jul 1, 2008, 6:39 PM - Re: Wall-E #19

    Working on a small prop for this at the moment...this was just for sizing..



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    Jul 1, 2008, 7:37 PM - Re: Wall-E #20

    Took my son to see it over the weekend and we both thought it was a great movie.
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    Jul 1, 2008, 7:52 PM - Re: Wall-E #21

    Saw it Monday (yesterday) and it was by far the best movie Ive seen in a very long time. Right up there with the first Matrix.

    It almost made me cry. Go see it. I command you.

    I<3Pixar
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    Jul 5, 2008, 2:34 PM - Re: Wall-E #22

    Saw it a week ago. Best Pixar movie so far. There was really no diologue, but thats what made the movie great. The animation was fantastic, and it told a great love story. If you havent seen it yet go see it, NOW.
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    Jul 5, 2008, 2:59 PM - Re: Wall-E #23

    Wow, you guys are really makin' me wanna see this movie. To be honest, I haven't really heard that much about it. Maybe I'm just out of the movie loop. Anyway, I'm a little surprised that people expected it wouldn't be good because it was like a silent movie... dudes and dudettes! don't you know some of the best movies ever made were silent movies?

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