WALL·E is the last robot left on an Earth that has been overrun with garbage and all humans have fled to outer space. For 700 years he has continued to try and clean up the mess, but has developed some rather interesting human-like qualities. When a ship arrives with a sleek new type of robot, WALL·E thinks he's finally found a friend and stows away on the ship when it leaves.

Original Title: WALL·E
Year: 2008
Countries: United States of America
Category: Animation,Family,Science Fiction
Languages: English
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures,Pixar
Gender: Animation,Family,Science Fiction
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0910970
Movie Cast:

  • WALL·E / M-O (voice): Ben Burtt
  • EVE (voice): Elissa Knight
  • Captain (voice): Jeff Garlin
  • AUTO (voice): MacInTalk
  • Shelby Forthright, BnL CEO: Fred Willard
  • John (voice): John Ratzenberger
  • Mary (voice): Kathy Najimy
  • Ship's Computer (voice): Sigourney Weaver
  • Steward Bots (voice): Teddy Newton
  • Additional Voices (voice): Bob Bergen
  • Additional Voices (voice): John Cygan
  • Additional Voices (voice): Pete Docter
  • Additional Voices (voice): Paul Eiding
  • Additional Voices (voice): Donald Fullilove
  • Additional Voices (voice): Teresa Ganzel
  • Additional Voices (voice): Mickie McGowan
  • Additional Voices (voice): Laraine Newman
  • Additional Voices (voice): Lori Alan
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jeff Pidgeon
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jan Rabson
  • Additional Voices (voice): Lori Richardson
  • Additional Voices (voice): Andrew Stanton
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jim Ward
  • Additional Voices (voice): Colette Whitaker
  • Hoverchair Mother (uncredited): Kim Kopf
  • BURN-E (voice) (uncredited): Angus MacLane
  • Pool Mother (uncredited): Niki McElroy
  • Blond Boy in Commercial (uncredited): Garrett Palmer
  • Additional Voices (voice): Sherry Lynn
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jess Harnell

Movie Crew:

  • Original Story: Andrew Stanton
  • Executive Producer: John Lasseter
  • Original Music Composer: Thomas Newman
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Ben Burtt
  • Thanks: David Fincher
  • Production Design: Ralph Eggleston
  • Executive Producer: Thomas Porter
  • Set Dresser: Sophie Vincelette
  • Shading: Laura Phillips
  • Art Direction: Jason Deamer
  • Modeling: Gary Schultz
  • Production Manager: Andrea Warren
  • Set Dressing Artist: Derek Williams
  • Director of Photography: Jeremy Lasky
  • Art Direction: Ellen Moon Lee
  • Supervising Animator: Alan Barillaro
  • Animation: Brett Coderre
  • Animation: Nancy Kato
  • Animation: Victor Navone
  • Animation: Patty Kihm Stevenson
  • Animation: Kureha Yokoo
  • Animation: Ron Zorman
  • Animation: Paul Mendoza
  • Second Film Editor: Axel Geddes
  • Sound Designer: E.J. Holowicki
  • Assistant Editor: Renee Steen
  • Modeling: Jason Bickerstaff
  • Software Engineer: Ben Jordan
  • Master Lighting Artist: Tim Best
  • Information Systems Manager: Erik Forman
  • Post Production Supervisor: Paul Cichocki
  • Projection: John Hazelton
  • ADR & Dubbing: Doc Kane
  • Foley: Dennie Thorpe
  • Foley: Jana Vance
  • Foley Editor: Juan Peralta
  • Thanks: Harris Savides
  • Makeup Artist: Karen Bradley
  • Makeup Artist: Gretchen Davis
  • Color Timer: Jim Passon
  • Original Story: Pete Docter
  • Thanks: Steve Jobs
  • Sound Effects Editor: Teresa Eckton
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tom Myers
  • Associate Editor: Nicholas C. Smith
  • Casting: Kevin Reher
  • Visual Effects: Andrew Jimenez
  • Editor: Stephen Schaffer
  • Orchestrator: J.A.C. Redford
  • Producer: Jim Morris
  • Producer: Lindsey Collins
  • Screenplay: Jim Reardon
  • Orchestrator: Carl Johnson
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Matthew Wood
  • Layout: Andrew Cadelago
  • Casting: Mickie McGowan
  • Director of Photography: Martin Rosenberg
  • Sound Mix Technician: Tony Sereno
  • Animation: Rodrigo Blaas
  • Assistant Editor: Tessa Swigart
  • Thanks: Leslie Iwerks
  • In Memory Of: Justin Wright
  • Story Artist: Derek Thompson
  • Executive Music Producer: Chris Montan
  • Animation: Bob Scott
  • Casting: Natalie Lyon
  • Storyboard Artist: Kevin O'Brien
  • Lighting Coordinator: Kyle Ranson-Walsh
  • Production Coordinator: Zoe Boxer
  • Art Direction: Robert Kondo
  • Music Supervisor: Tom MacDougall
  • Animation: Bob Whitehill
  • Line Producer: Gillian Libbert
  • Visual Development: George Hull
  • Sound Mixer: Larry Hopkins
  • VFX Supervisor: Richard E. Hollander
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Michael Semanick
  • VFX Supervisor: Edward Hirsh
  • Visual Effects Producer: Jeanmarie King
  • Animation: Louis Clichy
  • Supervising Animator: Steven Clay Hunter
  • Animation: Simon Allen
  • Thanks: Kim Marks
  • Sound Effects Editor: Al Nelson
  • Assistant Editor: Kevin Rose-Williams
  • Visual Development: Bruce Zick
  • Camera Operator: Mark Dinicola
  • Title Designer: Susan Bradley
  • Editorial Manager: Doug Nichols
  • ADR & Dubbing: Vince Caro
  • Set Designer: Nelson 'Rey' Bohol
  • Assistant Director: Janette Nielsen
  • Sound Effects Editor: Dustin Cawood
  • Animation: Patrick Delage
  • Additional Editing: Kevin Nolting
  • Art Direction: Bert Berry
  • Visual Effects Editor: Greg Hyman
  • Orchestrator: Thomas Pasatieri
  • Color Timer: Terry Claborn
  • ADR Editor: Steve Slanec
  • Editorial Manager: Noelle P. Case
  • Scoring Mixer: Thomas Vicari
  • Foley: Frank Rinella
  • Software Engineer: Ryan Kautzman
  • Editorial Manager: Colin Bohrer
  • Animation: Michal Makarewicz
  • VFX Artist: Mach Tony Kobayashi
  • Master Lighting Artist: Luke Martorelli
  • Production Accountant: Marc Sondheimer
  • Animation: Shaun Chacko
  • Craft Service: Luigi Passalacqua
  • Supervising Technical Director: Nigel Hardwidge
  • Systems Administrators & Support: David Sotnick
  • Master Lighting Artist: Lloyd Bernberg
  • Production Manager: Joshua Hollander
  • Modeling: Brian Christian
  • Unit Manager: Richmond Horine
  • Set Designer: Noah Klocek
  • Post Production Assistant: Freesia Pearson
  • Musician: Kevin Connolly
  • Animation: Don Crum
  • Animation: Steve Mason
  • Animation: Jean-Claude Tran
  • Animation: Ian White
  • Animation: Sarah Mercey-Boose
  • Animation: Everett Downing Jr.
  • Animation: Austin Madison
  • Music Editor: Charles Paley
  • Director of Photography: Danielle Feinberg
  • Foley Editor: Kevin Sellers
  • First Assistant Editor: Anthony J. Greenberg
  • Production Coordinator: Stacy Bissell
  • Production Coordinator: Susan Frank
  • Animation Department Coordinator: David Park
  • Lighting Artist: Dale Ruffolo
  • Animation: Carlos Baena
  • Fix Animator: Chris Chua
  • Graphic Designer: Craig Foster
  • Animation: Guilherme Sauerbronn Jacinto
  • Animation: Bruce Kuei
  • Set Dressing Artist: Alison Leaf
  • Animation: Holger Leihe
  • Master Lighting Artist: Andrew Pienaar
  • Production Coordinator: Eric Rosales
  • Animation: Nickolas Rosario
  • Animation: Amber Rudolph
  • Lighting Artist: Julien Schreyer
  • Animation: Brett Schulz
  • Lighting Artist: David Shavers
  • Animation: Raphael Suter
  • Fix Animator: Tom Zach
  • Software Engineer: Hayley Iben
  • Software Engineer: Cory Omand
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Tyler Fazakerley
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Chris Lasell
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Matthew Lindahl
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Ian Westcott
  • Master Lighting Artist: Brian Boyd
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Lars R. Damerow
  • Software Engineer: Josh Minor
  • Associate Editor: Jason Hudak
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Ling Hsu
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jason 'Jayfish' Hull
  • VFX Artist: Chris King
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Nelson Siu
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Andy Thomas
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jay Weiland
  • VFX Artist: Juan J. Buhler
  • Animation: Dan Nguyen
  • Production Coordinator: Becky Neiman
  • Lighting Artist: Jeremy Vickery
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jonathan Hadden
  • Systems Administrators & Support: BoB 'Naked BoB' Morgan
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jose Ignacio
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Mike Sundy
  • Systems Administrators & Support: James G. Dashe
  • Lighting Artist: Charu Clark
  • Lighting Artist: Afonso Salcedo
  • Animation: Adam Burke
  • Animation: Doug Frankel
  • Animation: Ken Kim
  • Animation: Rob Duquette Thompson
  • Animation: Jaime Landes Roe
  • Post Production Supervisor: Cynthia Slavens
  • Shading: Marc Cooper
  • Software Engineer: Michael Chann
  • Software Engineer: Jason Kim
  • Software Engineer: Kiril Vidimce
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Ross Dickinson
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Remy Galang
  • Systems Administrators & Support: James Handelin
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Marty Lew
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Will Phan
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Auburn C. 'Aubie' Schmidt
  • Fix Animator: Curran W. Giddens
  • Animation: Kristoff Vergne
  • Software Engineer: Alden Chew
  • Animation: Jonathen Collins
  • VFX Artist: Tolga Goktekin
  • Production Artist: Daniel Holland
  • Script Supervisor: Diego Garzon
  • Craft Service: Samantha Wilson
  • Thanks: Mark Anderson
  • Title Designer: Catherine Kelly
  • Dolly Grip: Orlando Orona
  • Key Grip: Steve Cardellini
  • Software Engineer: Silvia Palara
  • Gaffer: Frank Strzalkowski
  • Production Manager: Kevin Wallace
  • Roto Supervisor: Michael Van Eps
  • VFX Supervisor: Christopher James Hall
  • Editorial Production Assistant: Jess Fulton
  • Lighting Artist: Eunkyoung Lee Swearingen
  • Orchestrator: Gary K. Thomas
  • Animation Department Coordinator: Sarita White
  • Modeling: John Duncan
  • Modeling: Evan Pontoriero
  • Visual Effects: Nathan Matsuda

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    3 Review

  1. Uknown dice:

    A movie about robots and emotions? Pixar has made the unlikely combo work really well.

    WALL·E is the lonely robot, the last of his kind, left behind by the humans on Earth. His job - to clean up the garbage the humans have dumped. In 700 years, he seams to have developed one tiny bug - a personality.
    Join WALL·E in his interstellar quest to find a partner.

    WALL·E is short, satirical, dialogue-free and a visual masterpiece. And the fact that it is animated does not make it any less watchable as an adult.

    It is a must watch for anyone of any age.

  2. Kamurai dice:

    A must watch, will watch again, and definitely recommend for everyone, all ages.

    The first 30 minutes or so of this movie are pure and perfect magic. They establish the world, Wall-E, the human race with next to no dialogue.

    Wall-E and Eve meeting is wonderfully trip of social anxiety in different personalities and a great metaphor for living together while being different.

    Once on the axiom, the entire movie shifts seemlessly, and it is one heavy metaphor after the next about America and the human race without it once being the focus of the story.

    If you ever needed a movie that "does" and not "says", this is your example, it's how world building should be done.

    While I think I could literally talk about this movie for hours, I don't want to spoil anything else by talking about it here other than this is a near perfect movie to me.

    Watch, enjoy, be well.

  3. r96sk dice:


    'WALL·E' is beautifully made, despite a relatively simple premise and no real cast to speak of. A big reason for its charm is the strong message and adorable lead characters - WALL·E (Ben Burtt) and EVE (Elissa Knight).

    The run time of 98 minutes flies by, with a cool end credits coming at the conclusion. Its animation is utterly superb, while I also like the mix of real-life footage (featuring Fred Willard as Shelby Forthright) into things. Jeff Garlin and Sigourney Weaver work well in their minor roles.

    Not at the top of my personal Disney animated productions, but just about inside the top ten up until this point. Lovely film.

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