Analysis Of Wall E Animated Science Fiction Film Directed By Andrew Stanton

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Imagine being in a group of friends who organize movie nights every weekend as tradition. It is your turn to host this week and, being the hardcore animation fan that you are, without any hesitation you decide to pick WALL-E (Andrew Stanton, 2008) for the movie night. Your friends arrive at your place with excitement, until they learn of what they have gotten themselves into. The boys laugh and tell you to grow up, however, the ladies are a little bit nicer, but you can tell they are not impressed. Your friends reluctantly honor your decision and begin to watch the television screen as the trash-collecting robot appears. Ninety-eight minutes later, you have successfully added new members to your animation fan group. A Disney and Pixar Animation Studio production, WALL-E is a 2008 computer animated science fiction film directed by Andrew Stanton. Since its release, WALL-E has been met with overwhelming appraisal among viewers and critics, with an astounding approval rating of 96 percent on the review website Rotten Tomatoes. The movie grossed about $534 million worldwide. Its long list of awards include the 2008 Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film, the 2009 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form, the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature as well as five other Academy Awards nominations. WALL-E also ranks first in TIME 's "Best Movies of the Decade," ahead of the likes of Avatar, Slumdog Millionaire, and The Lord of the Rings. The first hour of

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