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WALL-E
2008
 
In a futuristic world, human beings have destroyed Earth and evacuated the planet, leaving the cleanup to an army of robots they've programmed to do their dirty work. Due to a mishap, the dutiful WALL-E is the only one left. But with the arrival of a female probe, the monotony of WALL-E's existence is broken -- and he experiences love for the first time. Andrew Stanton directs this Golden Globe- and Oscar-winning Pixar tale with a sci-fi twist.
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Animation, Children, Comedy, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
 
Awesome movie for everyone to watch. Animation was flawless.
 
My favorite Pixar movie. Great visual design, especially in the silent first 30 minutes. Full of fun nerdy references too; made my little coder heart jump.
 
Like just about all of Pixar's movies, nearly a masterpiece for its time. Good fun for all the entire family. Pixar shows you don't need dialogue to keep a kid's attention.
 
Never thought a cockroach could be cute. The lack of dialogue at the beginning is well-executed - so much so that it's practically unnoticeable.
 
Animated, but not necessarily a kids movie. Extremely well done, and pretty cute.
 
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