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Wall-E (Blu-Ray) £8.85 / £7.97 with Walkers code @ Zavvi
Wall-E (Blu-Ray) £8.85 / £7.97 with Walkers code @ Zavvi

Wall-E (Blu-Ray) £8.85 / £7.97 with Walkers code @ Zavvi

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Even for Pixar, this might be a first: an animated film that contains not only a fully realised world as photorealistic as it is full of wonder, but also the Gargantuan themes and visuals of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, the stripped-down sad-clown pathos found in classic Buster Keaton comedies, and one of the most moving and simply unique love stories in a long time. Director Andrew Stanton kicked up the visual acuity of an already-stellar Pixar Animation Studios in 2003 with a reflective, refractive, color-shimmery realisation of the oceanic world of FINDING NEMO, which genuinely felt as though it spanned the entire earth. With WALL-E, Stanton replaces an apprehensively fishy estranged journeyer with a love-struck and curious robotic one, allowing the quest for eternal love to expand from a desolate, dust-covered, palpably polluted future Earth and into an even more mysterious abyss: the far reaches of outer space.

With virtually no dialogue, WALL-E's neatly contained vaudevillian first act eerily and tragically introduces the robot of the title as the last living thing on Earth (aside from a little cockroach friend) amidst dilapidated skyscrapers and equally tall compacted trash heaps. WALL-E has developed a tender and inquisitive personality doing what he was built to do day in and day out for the past 700 years--allocate and dispose of human waste--simply because no one turned him off when the human race left the hostile polluted planet. When the directive-oriented Eve robot comes crashing into his life from above, WALL-E immediately becomes infatuated with her, and is willing to follow her to back into dangerous outer space, where two robots gliding through the ether, dancing via fire-extinguisher propulsion, are among the many memorable and grandly romantic moments of an expansively beautiful, deceptively simple story.

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Good deal heat added

Good deal, heat added.

But, am I the only person who doesn't actually like this film? I found it quite boring, predictable, and a little bit depressing. In fact, it's the only Pixar film that I haven't liked.

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Good deal, heat added.But, am I the only person who doesn't actually like … Good deal, heat added.But, am I the only person who doesn't actually like this film? I found it quite boring, predictable, and a little bit depressing. In fact, it's the only Pixar film that I haven't liked.


Agreed. Most new Disney storylines are quite naff, in fact really naff tbh, but the animation is brilliant in blu ray which is why I paid over £10 for it on fleabay 6 months ago.

i loved it, thought it was superb! A bargain price for one of the best looking blu-rays!
Edited by: "Jake1983" 21st Dec 2010

Bargain. Ordered it & heat added

One of there best films. I cannot believe anyone wouldn't like it. It has such a strong message and is so clever.

Great film. If you didn't like it, then you're clearly a mentalist

Anyone have a spare walkers code they dont need that they could mail me pls?

Fantastic price for yet another brilliant film by Pixar!

Got this at The Hut for £7.52. First I entered SALETEN but it told me it wasn't valid, then when I put in my Walkers code in, it gave me the SALETEN 50p discount + the 10% walkers code!
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