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Have you seen Wall•E and what was your take on the movie?

Asked by thebeadholder (872points) June 27th, 2008

I took my five year old today to see it (nice I spent $6.00 for him to take a nap…LOL). What did you think about the movie and was there some “meaning” behind it it?

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shockvalue's avatar

First off, $6.00?!?!?! Wow! where do you live? It’s 8.50 for a child during matinee where I live!

secondly, I haven’t seen it, but here’s a review from a friend:

“I just got back from watching the midnight release of Wall.E

I went to watch it with. . . . 8 dudes??
And they were ALL going mushy by the end of the movie. I almost started crying and my friend next to me almost started crying. And he’s this huge guy!!
It was awesome.

Anyhow. I’m totally going to go see it again.
It’s just such a f——ing ADORABLE movie.
AHHHH!! I can’t stand it!! CUTE OVERLOAD!!”

*edited for language

ladytmerie's avatar

I just watched it and I loved every minute of it. Wall-E the character is very endearing and so is his sidekick. I don’t want to give any spoilers but, I will say for a movie with almost no dialogue, it works!! I would def see it again and I highly recommend it to all ages.

Jill_E's avatar

We just watched it. Our 3 and a half year old son loved it and we did too! I highly recommend it as well.

willbrawn's avatar

very good. Movie just got back. Four people early 20’s and we all loved it yay Wall-e.

And I had the sudden desire to exercise.

thebeadholder's avatar

@willbrawn! I hear you on that one!

El_Cadejo's avatar

Just saw Wall-E yesterday. Awesome movie. One of the best ones this year i think. This movie convayed pretty much every emotion imaginable and did it amazingly. I laughed a lot and almost cried at parts.

I felt horrible after the movie let out because i was really hungry and all that was open was McDonalds and it just felt wrong eating there.

birdland33's avatar

First, I think Wall-E is a good movie. I think there is social relevance we need to look long and hard at. Blue is the new red. It’s that easy to change names. We are, societally speaking, becoming quite doughy.

One of the unfortunate truths about the movie, in my opinion, is that it will only be enjoyed by families with children because it is perceived as a kids’ movie. We should all watch it and understand that mankind is treading down the slope into the whirlpool of hell; bunch of fatties that want fingertip ease in everything they do.

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