WALL-E


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WALL-EWaste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class (Disney-Pixar movie)
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She said one man travelled from Arkansas to the clinic in Sulphur, south of Oklahoma City, offering to take Wall-E off her hands and breed him.
Genre conventions and traditions of science fiction facilitate the engagement of Wall-E with issues of consumption and programming.
While this futuristic Ark moves through space, a crew of Waste Allocation Load Lifter--Earth class (WALL-E) robots is left behind to clean up the planet.
The winning family will get a fantastic Blu-ray disc player worth pounds 170, WALL-E merchandise (including a Blu-ray disc of the film) and a can crusher for their home.
Because while its celluloid is a call-to-arms for planetary health, it's new Ultimate WALL-E remote-control robot (available to pre-order from DisneyShopping.com for $249) is certainly not.The programmable toy can dance, play music and talk while his eyes light up and blink in the manner of the animated robot in the film.
But movies like "Wall-E" just don't seem to sync up with Academy tastes.
Pixar releases begin with an enchanting short and WALL-E is no different, whetting our appetites with the hysterical battle of wits between turn-of-the-century magician Presto DiGiotagione and his cute stage bunny, Alec Azam.
Wall-E's adventure begins as he ventures into space to save humanity and to cling on to the new love of his mechanical little life.
The last of these mechanised creations, WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class), dutifully crushes all of the refuse into neat blocks, collecting any interesting artefacts of 20th-century life (Rubik's Cube, fire extinguisher, bubble wrap) to add to his personal collection.
The last of these me chanised creations, WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class), dutifully crushes all of the refuse into neat blocks, collecting any interesting art efacts of 20th century life (Rubik's Cube, fire extinguisher, bubble wrap) to add to his personal collection.
Wall-E is set on a futuristic planet Earth which has been evacuated by the human race, leaving behind a graveyard of scrapmetal and junk that has been cleaned up by an army of solar-powered robots.
Each day WALL-E ('voiced' by Ben Burtt who was also ET and R2D2) trundles through the city, compacting rubbish into cubes and piling it up into skyscrapers of waste.