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2008 CGI science-fiction film released by Walt Disney
 
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Pictures and produced by Pixar Animation Studios, about a robot designed to clean up a waste-covered Earth far in the future who falls in love with EVE and follows her into outer space; WALL-E won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film.

2. WALL-E look who are EVE WALL-E look who are EVE
 
3. Foreign contaminant on Axiom Foreign contaminant on Axiom
 
4. Go back to normal Go back to normal
 
5. Computer define dancing Computer define dancing
 
6. Give me the plant Give me the plant
 
7. It's good to be home It's good to be home
 
Everything branded with the same company logo "Buy N Large"; BNL stores, restaurants, banks...transportation! The corporation ran every aspect of life. There's even a BNL LOGO on Wall-E's chest plate.

Full quotes first part
BILLBOARD ANNOUNCER: Too much garbage in your face? There's plenty of space out in space! BNL star liners leaving each day. We'll clean up the mess while you're away! The jewel of the BNL fleet, the Axiom. Spend your five-year cruise in style, waited on 24 hours a day by our fully automated crew, while your captain and autopilot chart a course for nonstop entertainment, fine dining, and with our all-access hover-chairs, even Grandma can join the fun. There's no need to walk. The Axiom. Putting the star in executive star liner. SHELBY FORTHRIGHT: Because at BNL, space is the final fun-tier! WALL-E: Oh-ho!

Read WALL-E scrip written by Andrew Stanton & Pete Docter
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WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter-Earth Class)
WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter-Earth Class) a cute-small service robot
  EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a sleek robot probe whose directive is to locate vegetation on Earth
EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator) a sleek robot probe
 
Hal is WALL-E pet; he is a cockroach who likes to eat kremies
Hal is WALL-E pet; he is a cockroach who likes to eat kremies
  Captain B. McCrea is the Axiom's commander
Captain B. McCrea is the Axiom's commander
 
AUTO (abbreviation for Autopilot) is the main computer of the ship
AUTO (abbreviation for Autopilot) is the main computer of the ship
  Shelby Forthright, the CEO of the Buy'n Large megacorporation
Shelby Forthright, the CEO of the Buy'n Large megacorporation
 
John is a male human passenger aboard the Axiom
John is a male human passenger aboard the Axiom helped by WALL-E
  Mary, a female human passenger
Mary, a female human passenger
 
M-O (Microbe-Obliterator), a robot programmed to clean
M-O (Microbe-Obliterator), a robot programmed to clean
  PR-T, the beautician-bot,  a hairdresser robot who usually say: You look gorgeous
PR-T, the beautician-bot, a hairdresser robot who usually say: You look gorgeous
 
GO-4, a minion under Auto who has the ability to grab objects with a small tractor beam located in his head region
GO-4, a minion under Auto who has the ability to grab objects with a small tractor beam located in his "head" region
  MVR-A is a white hovering trolley or cart shaped robot with yellow front lights and red back lights
MVR-A is a white hovering trolley or cart shaped robot with yellow front lights and red back lights
 
SECUR-T's, the police force of the BNL starliner Axiom; they try to keep things in order aboard the ship
SECUR-T's, the police force of the BNL starliner Axiom; they try to keep things in order aboard the ship
  D-FIB is a defribillator robot with two arms, but one of them is broken hanging down
D-FIB is a defribillator robot with two arms, but one of them is broken hanging down
 
BURN-E (Basic Utility Repair Nano Engineer)
BURN-E (Basic Utility Repair Nano Engineer) a welder robot
  NAN-E is a nanny-bot who teaches the babies
NAN-E is a nanny-bot who teaches the babies
CAST AS VOICES

Ben Burtt as WALL-E, M-O; Elissa Knight as EVE; Jeff Garlin as Captain; Fred Willard as Shelby Forthright, BnL CEO; MacInTalk as AUTO; John Ratzenberger as John; Kathy Najimy as Mary; Sigourney Weaver as Ship's Computer.


TRIVIA

All robots in WALL-E follow the Three Laws of Robotics: 1) A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm; 2) A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law; 3) A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.

Within the first 5 minutes there is a monologue via the holographic billboards. The first dialogue between WALL-E and EVE begins 22 minutes into the movie. The first human dialogue begins 39 minutes into the movie.

Andrew Stanton went to great lengths to create a filmed look by simulating various lens artifacts. One example is a focus-pulling error in the supermarket scene when WALL-E is crushed by shopping carts; the image goes out of focus momentarily as the lens is zoomed in on WALL-E at the doors.

The name WALL-E is a tip of the hat to Walter Elias Disney.

WALL-E collects numerous objects from the 1960s-1980s including a Rubik's Cube, and even an Atari 2600 with the game Pong. Despite the film taking place over 700 years after these objects were created, all the objects are still in working condition.