The concept of an adorable robot can be confusing, but as soon as his face appears on the screen your heart melts. With this, and the cute characters of faulty robots, a cockroach and a new age robot makes this a film that is unmissable. What you don't really gain from the adverts is what the film is about.
Wall-E is left to clean up Earth which has become a place where nobody can live because of the filth. But because he is the only one of his kind left, he becomes lonely. Then EVE comes along to look for life on Earth, and is what Wall-E falls in love with. The film continues with Wall-E chasing and trying to save EVE from the humans.
The film is perfect for the summer because not only will it attract children and offer a very important message throughout, but it's enjoyable for teenagers, adults and the grand parents! This really has catered to everyone's needs. Even the toughest person will come out feeling happy after spending some time with this innocent robot. The film's not too long either which can be the disappointing parts of a summer blockbuster. So all around, this is THE perfect film.
It is created by Disney's Pixar who has also made the ever popular films Finding Nemo, Toy Story and The Incredibles. And although in the very beginning the dialogue is limited, when the adventures in space occur, humans (who are, by the way, made out to be lazy) take over the speech. And if you recognise the voice of the computer, it's done by Sigourney Weaver, so there is the common famous voice over!
Not only is the storyline in the film beautiful, but the cinematic experience is stunning. The effects are out of this world (literally), and the creators have really out done themselves, and should be proud of this brilliant movie. In some cases you almost find it believable that a robot is floating around space chasing another robot just because of the effects.
So really, I think this is the best Disney film that has been created so far. And with the common Pixar short at the beginning being as funny as the film itself, you will enjoy every moment of it. It's definitely one to watch.