WALL · E is an American animated film in 2008 produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Andrew Stanton . The story follows a robot named WALL-E, created in 2000 to clean up the earth covered with garbage in the distant future. He falls in love with another robot named EVE, and follows her into outer space on an adventure that will change his destiny and fate of humanity.
After directing Finding Nemo , Stanton felt Pixar had created believable simulations of underwater physical and was willing to direct a film that spent mostly in space. Most characters do not have a human voice, communicating by body language and sounds, designed by Ben Burtt , that resemble voices. Moreover, it is the first Pixar film to have segments with real actors.
The Walt Disney Pictures released the film in the United States and Canada on June 27, 2008. raised a total of U.S. $ 23.2 million on its first day, and $ 63.1 million in the first weekend in 3,992 theaters, debuting in the first at the box office. Following the tradition of the studio, the short film Presto was attached copies of WALL-E at launch.
WALL · E was hailed by critics, obtaining an approval rating of 96% on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes . 2 Raised a total of $ 521,311,860 worldwide, first winning the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Film, the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form , and the Academy Award for Best Animated Film , receiving five other nominations in various categories. 3 WALL · E appears first on the list of TIME of “Best Movies of the Decade”
The film is set in the year 2805 AD, with the Earth being an abandoned planet covered in trash, as the result of decades of mass consumerism facilitated by the megacorporation Buy-n-Large (BnL). Giving up on restoring the ecosystem, The BNL evacuated Earth’s population in fully automated starships, leaving the planet an army of trash compactor robots called “WALL · E” for cleaning over a period of five years. In the year 2110, however, the air of Earth became too toxic to support life, forcing humanity to remain in space. Early in the film, only one WALL-E remains active unit has developed a personality and garbage collected various artifacts while performing his duty, also becoming a friend of a cockroach.
One day, WALL-E discovers a small plant growing among the trash and brings it home, a deposit. Later, a spaceship lands and deploys EVE, an advanced robot sent by starship BnL, known as Axiom with the directive to search for signs of vegetation on Earth. WALL-E falls in love with initially cold and hostile EVE, who gradually softens and becomes his friend. When WALL-E takes the deposit to show the plant, it automatically keeps going to standby mode by sending a signal pickup for the ship, which returns to collect her while WALL-E clings to the hull trip back to Axiom .
In Axiom , human passengers suffered severe bone loss and become morbidly obese over the centuries of living in microgravity and depending on the nature of the automated systems. The captain of the ship does little, leaving control of the Axiom for robotic autopilot, Auto. WALL-E follows EVE to the bridge of the Axiom where the captain learns that by scanning the sample EVA plant in the holo-detector nature as a sign that the Earth is habitable again, the Axiom will make a hypertransition to Earth so that its passengers can recolonize it. However, Auto orders the GO-4, the robot assistant captain, steal the plant as part of a final directive to keep humanity away from Earth since life was incorrectly deemed unsustainable.
With the plant missing, EVE is considered defective and sent for repairs along with WALL-E for cleanup. WALL · E confuses the inspection of EVA with torture and releases. He accidentally releases a horde of malfunctioning robots, classifying both dissidents robots. Brava to the disruption of WALL-E, EVE takes for an escape pod to take him back to Earth. There they witness GO-4 place the missing plant on a ship, starting the destruction. WALL-E enters the ship before it was launched, retrieves the plant, and escapes unharmed before the explosion. He then reconciles with EVE, celebrating around the Axiom .
The plant is brought to the captain, looking at the recordings of EVA in a desolate earth and realizes that mankind must return to retrieve it. However, Auto reveals its policy of “no return” and gun mutiny against the captain, disabling WALL-E with a taser in the process. EVE realizes the only parts needed to repair WALL-E on Earth are in the tank, then it helps to be able to put the plant in the holo-detector to trigger the hypertransition the Axiom . The captain opens the holo-detector while fighting with Auto, which crushes WALL-E by closing the holo-detector on it before being turned off by the captain. Eva puts the plant in the holo-detector, releasing WALL-E and sending the Axiom back to Earth.
Arriving on Earth, EVE takes WALL-E for deposit, repairing it and reactivating it successfully. Unfortunately, the memory of WALL · E is erased and he reverts to his original programming. Devastated, EVE gives WALL-E a ‘kiss’ goodbye, causing an electric spark that causes WALL · E regains his memory and personality. WALL-E and EVE happily gather while robots and humans the Axiom begin to restore Earth’s environment.
Screenshots of Wall E
Movie Language: English and Hindi (Dual Audio Files)
Movie Size 309 MB