We watched it. You must too.
Humanly emotional robot longing for affection in his deserted earthly world, meets with an unexpected visitor of his kind, but much more civilized, sophisticated and armed. They create a bond, interrupted suddenly by an unusual find, which is precious to the visitor. Wall-E needs to follow his matrix heart, and discovers new, but also ancient civilization of species that live in a perfect world. His appearance interrupts this highly organized, sophisticated and predictable world and turns the things upside down.
In the car, right after the movie, Sophie asked: “Can we go and watch it again?”
I can not decide if “Nemo” or “Toy story” was better. I would put them all in the same 1st place. Totally worth $5.
Well, what really interested me was the idea of the most human thing in the universe being a machine because it has more interest in finding out what the point of living is than actual people. The greatest commandment Christ gives us is to love, but that’s not always our priority. So I came up with this premise that could demonstrate what I was trying to say—that irrational love defeats the world’s programming. You’ve got these two robots that are trying to go above their basest directives, literally their programming, to experience love.