Andrew Stanton / US, 2008 / 98 min.
What if humanity has to leave earth and someone forgets to turn the last robot off? WALL-E discovers a new goal in life when he meets search robot EVE and WALL-E proves to accidentally possess the key to the planet’s future. Oscar for Best Animation.
WALL-E has spent hundreds of years cleaning up the earth when he meets shiny search robot EVE. EVE finds out that WALL-E may be the person to save the polluted, desolate planet. She races across the universe to announce her discovery to all the people who have waited so long for a time when it would be safe to return to earth. WALL-E follows EVE and together, they have an amazing adventure.
WALL-E is peerless as one of the most melancholy film characters ever. An unforgettable fairy tale, moving and exceptionally well animated. Winner of the Oscar and the Golden Globe for Best Animation.
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