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Ok so I have been anticipating this movie for quite a while now and boy was it worth it. The animation is just tremendous. Pixar is usually very cartoonish and cute which the WALL-E world was, but at least the desolate earth and WALL-E himself could display the real detail that Pixar animators can achieve. The movie was just like every other Pixar movie, very fun and enjoyable. So if it seems like something you would like then go see it, you probably won't be disappointed.
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I've been waiting for it as well. It's hard to convince my wife to go see "cartoons" though. I'll try to convince her to go tonight though.



james, tell her its my birtday and i command her to go as my present
going after work. no kids, no excuses, just want to see it.
went with a friend of mine, boring in some parts and i couldnt understand why this father kept chuckling the entire movie, even during the boring parts. but if pixar were to make a chick flick, this would be it
i thoroughly enjoyed it.

the animation was amazing, and the story was very good.
Great movie, my son was laughing the entire time. Computer graphics have come a very long way since the time of pong.
I cannot wait to see this! I want to go tomorrow with my oldest daughter (since her and I don't get to spend a lot of quality time together) I think she'll get a kick out of it. I'm just gonna surprise her.
I went today with the wife and a friend. I love how there was very little talking (very much like Tom and Jerry or Samurai Jack). Actions speak louder than words afterall.

Lots of jokes about our society as well.

SPOILER: One part I found interesting was when the Captain didn't know what a book was. As a soon to be librarian it's interesting to see that, as many of the current generation of librarians are worried about when things will be like that. Me, I'm not worried at all, books, pfffft.

Excellent movie.



SPOILER: One part I found interesting was when the Captain didn't know what a book was. As a soon to be librarian it's interesting to see that, as many of the current generation of librarians are worried about when things will be like that. Me, I'm not worried at all, books, pfffft.
Call Manuel!!
Manuel!!!
just got back ourselves from seeing it. we took our son to see it, he loved it. We're big pixar fans so we cant wait for this to come out on dvd to add to the collection and watch over and over until its boring haha:)
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