WALL-E

2008 American computer-animated romantic science fiction film directed by Andrew Stanton

Wall-E is a 2008 American animated movie created by Pixar and Disney. It was released on June 27, 2008 by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.[1]

Wall-E logo

Release DatesEdit

Country Premiere
  Bolivia June 26, 2008
  Chile
  Brazil June 27, 2008
  Canada
  Colombia
  Costa Rica
  Honduras
  Panama
  El Salvador
  United States
  Uruguay
  United Arab Emirates July 3, 2008
  Kuwait
  Kazakhstan
  Russia
  Ukraine
  Ecuador July 4, 2008
  Mexico
  Argentina July 9, 2008
  Israel July 11, 2008
  United Kingdom July 18, 2008
  Ireland
  Lithuania
  Poland
  Hong Kong July 24, 2008
  Hungary
  Peru
  Belgium July 30, 2008
   Switzerland
  France
  Iceland
  Netherlands
  Egypt August 6, 2008
  Spain
  South Korea
  Croatia
  Latvia August 8, 2008
  Venezuela
  Thailand August 12, 2008
  Indonesia August 13, 2008
  Philippines
  Czech Republic August 14, 2008
  Malaysia
  Portugal
  Slovakia
  Estonia August 15, 2008
  Serbia August 28, 2008
  Singapore
  Slovenia
  Denmark August 30, 2008
  India
  Norway
  Bulgaria September 5, 2008
  Finland
  Romania
  Sweden
  Australia September 18, 2008
  Greece
  New Zealand
  Austria September 25, 2008
   Switzerland September 25, 2008 (German speaking region)
  Germany September 25, 2008
  Turkey September 26, 2008
  Italy October 17, 2008
  Madagascar November 24, 2008
  Japan December 5, 2008
  Togo December 23, 2008
  Tunisia January 15, 2009
  Bhutan March 26, 2009
  Guyana May 15, 2009

PlotEdit

In 2805, Earth has been polluted with waste and humanity has abandoned the planet, by boarding a giant cruise ship called Axiom. They have built hundreds of domestic robots called WALL-E, who made a piled cubes of waste in an attempt to restore the planet for the company. Seven hundred years later, one robot spends most days, cleaning the city and collecting essential properties, before finding a surviving plant hidden in a refrigerator.

A rocket appears and assigns EVE to investigate the city. WALL-E meets and invites EVE into his home. He shows the Hello Dolly movie on a videocassette recorder. When WALL-E shows a plant for EVE, she takes it and becomes deactivated. The same rocket appears on Earth, takes EVE and returns to outer space, with WALL-E following it.

As the rocket returns to the ship, WALL-E notices that all humans had gained weight and lost some bones, while sitting on each chairs, and every robots serve them. The AUTO and Captain McCrea examine EVE's body in the main dock, only to find the plant gone.

When WALL-E inadvertently destroys the security system at the repair ward, he and EVE escape from the hallway. EVE attempts to send WALL-E to the escape pod, but they discover that Gopher placed the plant in the pod, when he stole it from EVE. WALL-E uses a fire extinguisher to save himself and the plant, before the pod self destructs.

The robots return to the ship. As McCrea watches each videos EVE recorded on Earth, he realises they must return to Earth. However, AUTO refuses, revealing he stole the plant for Gopher, and its outdated secret directive no-return issued to all AUTOs by BNL inaccurately believing Earth to be to toxic to live and that humans should survive in space forever. A furious McCrea argues how the plant is proof against the directive, but AUTO and Gopher stage a treacherous mutiny: Gopher discards the plant in a waste shaft, WALL-E hides it, before he is electroucted by AUTO and EVE is shut down, and both are sent down to the shaft, and McCrea is trapped in the room.

EVE wakes up and saves WALL-E from being sent into space. They help all humans and robots take control of the ship. WALL-E is able to prevent AUTO from closing the machine, despite getting crushed afterwards, and McCrea recovers and disables Auto. After the ship returns to Earth, EVE repairs WALL-E's body. Though WALL-E cannot remember EVE, the spark makes them remember each other. The movie ends with all humans and robots restoring all life on Earth.

CastEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Information from Variety for the producer Jim Morris and the movie's release date". Retrieved 2008-06-03.

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