Director: Andrew Stanton
Writers: Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon, Pete Docter
Actors: Ben Burtt, Alisha Knight, Jeff Garlin, Fred Willard, Sigourney Weaver, MacInTalk, John Ratzenberger, Kathy Nakey Mai / Teddy Newton / Bob Bergen / Lori Richardson / Jim Ward / Pete Docter / Andrew Stanton / Jeff Pidgeon / John Zeigan / M Kay McGowan / Shirley Lane / Claret Whitaker / Donald Freelov / Rory Allen / Jess Hammel / Laraine Newman / Jan Rabson / Paul Edding / …
Genre: Science Fiction / Romance / Adventure / Animation
Region: United States
Released: 2008-06-27 (USA)
Length: 98 minutes
Also known as: Space Shock Wei E (Hong Kong) / Wall-E (Taiwan) / Star Story / Earth Waste Packer / Robot Wall-E / walle
Rating: IMDB 8.4 / Rotten Tomatoes 95%
In 2805 AD, human civilization was highly developed, but the earth was no longer suitable for human habitation due to the massive increase in pollution and domestic waste. The people on earth are forced to leave their hometown in a spaceship and embark on a long and boundless journey of the universe. Before leaving, they commissioned Buynlarge’s company to clean up the earth’s garbage. The company developed a robot named WALL E (Waste Allocation Load Lifters-Earth Waste Allocation Load Lifters) to take on this important task.
These robots work hard day after day and year after year according to the procedures, but with the passage of time and the erosion of the harsh environment, the WALL Es have been damaged and stopped moving one after another. In the end only one is still doing this seemingly never-ending work. After a long time, it began to have its own consciousness. It likes to carefully hide the treasures it has collected, and likes to watch musicals and dances from hundreds of years ago after work is over. In addition, it has a cockroach friend as company. Until one day, a spacecraft from the universe broke its unchanging life…
The film won the Best Animated Feature Film Award at the 81st Academy Awards in 2009.
“WALL·E” is a computer-animated science fiction film released in 2008, directed by Andrew Stanton and produced by Pixar Animation Studios. The film tells the story of a lovable, curious robot named WALL·E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class) who is left alone on Earth to clean up the mess left by human beings after they abandon the planet and live on a giant spaceship called the Axiom.
Despite his lonely existence, WALL·E dreams of finding love and companionship. His life is forever changed when he meets EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a sleek, high-tech robot sent to Earth to search for signs of life. Together, WALL·E and EVE embark on a thrilling adventure that takes them across the galaxy and teaches them the true meaning of love, friendship, and the importance of taking care of our planet.
“WALL·E” was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $533 million worldwide and receiving rave reviews for its stunning animation, heartfelt story, and strong environmental message. The film won numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, and has since become a beloved classic among audiences of all ages.
Its themes of love, friendship, and environmentalism have made it a favorite among children and adults alike, and its memorable characters and heartwarming story have cemented its place as one of the greatest animated films of all time.