It sort of looks like an upside down wang. Hot like a hot girl or hot like a sexy apple product? Just see the movie
When everyone knows sheep are pretty stupid and generally roam about eating and bleating and not doing much else. How It Would've Been Different If They Were A Bloke: We worry that without a balancing, level-headed female around to curb their wilder instincts, the toys would turn into a Lord Of The Flies-style pack and roast Buzz on arrival just to see his smug plastic face melt. Next: Princess Atta.
What if mankind had to leave Earth, and somebody forgot to turn off the last robot? Lindsey Collins, an year Pixar veteran, serves as co-producer; Tom Porter is associate producer. Oscar-winning cinematographer Roger Deakins serves as visual consultant.
T he planet Earth, nearly years in the future, as imagined by the wizards at Pixar, will be little more than a garbage dump. Early images of fog-curtained mountains and cloud-reaching skyscrapers, which are actually stacks of garbage piled high, provide chilling indictments of our consumerist culture. It becomes clear very quickly that WALL-E is not merely a children's cartoon designed to serve as a conduit to explosive sales of toys and collectibles. Into this landscape rolls the titular character, a little trash compacting robot, whose name is actually an acronym for 'Waste Allocation Load Lifter-Earth-class'.
The ovoid robot, Eve, is an obvious one. She is as shiny and white as any iPod or MacBook. Richard Siklos at Fortune wrote about how much Apple got involved in the design of the laser-gun-slinging robot ingenue:.
It is the s and Earth has surrendered to the mass of waste left by hordes of consuming humans. The planet is so polluted it has become a looming landscape of trashy ziggurats. To survive man has to look through outer space for a domicile while the earth is cleaned by waste allocation load lifters.
WALL-E, a beautiful love story between two unlikely sources Disney, reach millions of people in both in theaters and at home via DVD or online streaming. Disney understands the massive audience they reach even though their movies are made for childrenmaking their movies a perfect platform for larger, more important issues. At its most basic, the film is a love story between two robots; on a deeper level the movie is a critique on the future of the planet and humankind.
When Disney acquired Pixar they promised not to interfere with the creative process that had yielded an unprecedented string of quality films. I like the realistic ending. I think we romanticize robots too much, it will probably lead to our downfall. I feel that cold metal claw moving closer towards my throat each day.
I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us…. For in this hope we were saved. Rom24 It probably never occurred to Saint Paul that we would be reading his letters years after he wrote them. This he expected sooner rather than later.