Wall-eeeee

It’s opening tomorrow, yay! What a stunning, sweet and above all gutsy movie. I didn’t have the pleasure of working on this one but many talented colleagues and friends have, so here’s to an amazing opening weekend for it! Can’t wait to see the world’s reaction. Hope you all enjoy it. Go Wall-E.

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Art by ubertalent Ralph Eggleston

6 Responses to “Wall-eeeee”

  1. Pascal Says:

    one month to go here in France… argh!!
    but you guys never disappoint, that’ll help be patient ;)

  2. Gus Says:

    My wife and I loved the movie – Excellent Story and Graphics, at some point I even forgot I was watching a 3d movie, and I am a fan of 3d movies :) – Audience was mixed during the showing I attended (Friday 2:45pm) – kids and parents, younger adults, older adults. The short was very funny too! – I will have to see the movie again.. – Gus

  3. cK Says:

    Spoiler Alert. Will try not give away too much of the movie.

    The strength of movie is interrelationship between Wall-E and Eve. For sure. I find it amazing how the animinators put the sensitivity and warmth in a robot without violating the mechanical structure of the robot design. It is a warm and sensitive story between these two characters which has the Stanton signature touch.

    The weakness though is the mid section of the movie. It is obvious that the movie pays homage to 70s SciFi movies like Logan’s Run and 2001. The theme is very poignant but at the same time, it was a little boring and lacked focus. I do believe that movie was gusty but the mid section really killed it.

    From an art perspective, there was no WOW factor. Unfortunately, I have seen similar space designs from Star Trek Voyager. There was no innovation like we seen from Finding Nemo, Cars, Incredibles, Ratatouille.

    I will still recommend this movie and watch it again for the Eve/Wall-E story which was very touching and amazing but I think that I was expecting more from overall perspective.

    cK

  4. BigFish Says:

    My daughter went to see it last night with my mom and they both loved it!

  5. Kei Acedera Says:

    I LOVEEEE this movie! cK is SO wrong. The designs where STUNNING and suited the characters very well. What I liked most about the film was the greater message behind it all. I see it as a wake up call for all of us and I’m so glad you guys made this film :)

  6. Bobby Says:

    I think cK is pretty nuts… The movie was amazing. I was ‘wowed’ from beginning to the end. Stunning designs, innovative story and incredible animation. I hope I’m not going too ‘fan boy’ but I love Pixar stories. I think they’re so nice even if it wasn’t with all the beautiful art and animation, the stories move me every time… except for A Bug’s Life hehehe… but I liked that one as well :)