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The Dystopian In The Film Wall-E.

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Wall-E is a 2008 American computer-animated dystopian comic science fiction comedy film directed and co-written by Andrew Stanton, produced by Jim Morris. Many of the characters in Wall-E do not speak instead communicate with body language and robotic sounds. The film criticizes consumerism, corporatism, waste management, human environmental impact and concerns, obesity, and global catastrophic risk. Wall-E is a children’s film with a surprisingly political twist if watched and understood by adults. The film is set in the year 2805, Earth has been abandoned and largely contaminated with garbage, with its people evacuated by megacorporation Buy-N-Large on giant star-liners. BnL has left behind Wall-E, who is a robot that is supposed to compact trash to clean up Earth. However, all the Wall-E’s have stopped functioning, except one unit who has gained sentience and is able to stay active using parts from other units. One day, Wall-E discovers a healthy seeding, which he returns to his home. Later, an unmanned spaceship lands and deploys an Eve probe to scan the planet. Wall-E is infatuated with Eve,…show more content…
However, Auto refuses, revealing his own secret no-return directive A113, issued to BnL autopilots after the corporation concluded years earlier that the planted could not be saved. Auto tries to take over the ship by detaining the captain and deactivating Eve and throwing her and Wall-E down the garbage shoot. Eve reactivates and helps Wall-E to bring the plant to the ship’s Holo-Detector chamber. Auto tries to close the chamber, crushing Wall-E when he struggles to keep it open. The Captain McCrea is able to overcome and disable Auto, and Eve inserts the plant to activate the hyper jump. Having arrived back on Earth, Eve repairs and reactivates Wall-E. Wall-E and Eve reunite as the humans and robots of the Axiom begin to restore Earth and its
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