WALL-E (2008) 7MATE, 6.30PM, G, AN­I­MA­TION

The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - HIGHLIGHTS -

Af­ter the stalled Cars and the hu­man-heavy Rata­touille, the an­i­ma­tion wiz­ards at Pixar re­turn to form with a plethora of rapid-fire vis­ual jokes and one un­can­nily touch­ing re­la­tion­ship. The tale con­cerns the epony­mous ro­bot, a pro­duc­tion-line ma­chine whose ex­is­tence is based on tidy­ing up rub­bish left by hu­mans. But af­ter 600 years of hard work, WALL-E has de­vel­oped a per­son­al­ity – and he’s get­ting lonely. His life quickly changes with the ar­rival of Eve, a probe sent down to Earth to search for signs of life and their friend­ship is noth­ing short of beau­ti­ful. A stun­ning film for all ages. ★★★★

A cog in the ma­chine: Pixar flick Wall-E is a touch­ing story about a lonely ro­bot.

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