Saturday, June 28, 2008

Wall-E visits a polar city in year 2500?

Future resident of Polar City One?

He's one for the ages, no mouth, but good strong eyes, and maybe in the post-apolyptic dystopia he lives in in Hollywood Pixar land, he can also see what polar cities will be like... Go go, Wall-E!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Much has been made already of the film's lack of dialogue,
communicating its robot love story largely through pantomime. Here are
some other ways WALL·E may surprise:

•It's the end of the world, kids. Few family-friendly films can claim
a post-apocalyptic wasteland as a setting. In WALL·E, Earth is a
cinder, humans are gone, and the trash-collecting robot does his
futile duty in a vast landscape of destruction.

"What makes it different is that it has a much darker vision than it
looks like on the surface," says Annalee Newitz, editor of the sci-fi
website "Some of the dystopian elements are between the
lines, but if you watch carefully, you realize that all the humans on
Earth are destroyed, implicitly."