This coming Friday on June 27, Disney/Pixar will be presenting their latest animation movie 'Wall-E', but will the lonely robot tale be as great as their previous blockbuster movies?
Throughout the years, Pixar Animation Studios have delivered one great CGI-animated feature film after another. With heart warming movies, like "Toy Story", "Monsters, Inc.", "Finding Nemo", "The Incredibles" and "Ratatouille", the studio have dug up massive heaps of golds at the box office as well as collected various coveted awards along the way. Now, as their latest hoped-to-be-great film, "Wall-E", is nearing its theatrical release, the animation production house are crossing their fingers hoping it to be their best work yet. And, it seems that movie critics have believed it to be so.
Gathering a huge pile of positive reviews, "Wall-E" has been mostly praised to be a stunning animation movie with a great big heart. San Francisco Examiner's Rossiter Drake complimented it to be "a wondrous work of the imagination and, to date, the year's best film". In the similar mood of throwing laudation to Pixar for their work with this film, Adam Fendelman of HollywoodChicago.com noted that "Wall-E" is "2008's first perfect film and one of the best Pixar projects of all time".
Moreover, Robert Wilonsky from Village Voice expressed a warm approval of the movie claiming it to be "a film that's both breathtakingly majestic and heartbreakingly intimate". To top it all, Ebert & Roeper's own Richard Roeper classified "Wall-E" as "one of the best movies of the year" simply because it is "so beautifully done".
With all of the kudos let out for the Andrew Stanton's newest movie, it is no wonder that the tidbit received a 91% of freshness rating from Rotten Tomatoes. All and all, it is clear that though Pixar have brought out a movie that has a limited spoken human language, they will be presenting theatrical audience with one of their best works ever.
From the filmmaker behind "Finding Nemo" comes a heartwarming story about a lonely robot left alone on Earth for 700 years. Spending his days accompanied by a cockroach collecting knick knack, the small compacting robot yearns for companionship. Thus, when one day he finally meets EVE, another robot coming to Earth to seek signs of life, he refuses to be left alone again. Little does he know, following EVE back to the space is only a tiny bit part of the crazy adventures he will face. "Wall-E" will be coming into the big screen in less than two days on Friday, June 27.