i want to go watch the move walley i think its cool how they do those characters this is what i know about the mnovie
Jeff Garlin Voice of Captain
Benjamin Burtt Specialty Voices
Kim Kopf Voice of Hoverchair Mother
Fred Willard Voice of Shelby Forthright
Andrew Stanton Director
Andrew Stanton Screenplay
Jim Morris (IV) Producer
Lindsey K. Collins Co-Producer
Ralph Eggleston Production Designer
Sean England Foley Recordist
Benjamin Burtt Sound Design
Dustin Cawood Sound Effects Editor
Thomas Newman Composer
Visual Effects & Animation
Jason Johnston (II) Effects Animator
Chris Fowler (II) Lighting Technical Director
George Hull Visual Development Artist
Austin Lee Character Modeler
Chris Chapman Special Effects
Angela Bliss Publicity
this is the story of this cute little robot
After mankind abandons its trashed home planet, one garbage-collecting robot spends seven centuries cleaning up the mess. Over the years he evolves a personality that is considerably warmer and fuzzier than his rusty exterior. So when a sleek scout-robot checks in on Earth, the lonely and eccentric WALL-E falls head over heels in love. His pursuit of his paramour becomes a spacefaring adventure that will leave you speechless. Seriously. After about an hour you may literally forget how to speak.
Three Good Reasons
* 1Guys like robots; gals like romance. This is a no brainer!
* 2So far, Pixar has struck gold 8 out of 8 times. WALL-E could be smash hit #9, or Pixar's first flop -- either way you'll be part of movie history. (With Oscar-winning Finding Nemo creator Andrew Stanton directing, bank on "hit.")
* 3Though WALL-E doesn't talk, per se, he'll have no trouble making himself understood. His "dialogue" is designed by Ben Burtt, who created the expressive electronic chatter of R2-D2.
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Think the movie's shots of a trashed Earth are pure science fiction? Maybe not. Imagine filling an entire football field six feet deep in trash. Okay, now, fill 81,999 more. Sound hard? The United States does it every year. That's just 4% of the world's population. Better get to work, WALL-E.
wall e i s funny and cute