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[Movie] Wall-E
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Posted 7/15/08
i havent seen it yet but some of my friends who've seen said it was stupid and not worth seeing =/
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Posted 7/18/08

taiorafan wrote:

this is the best movie i had watch in a very long time!!
is beautiful it has a awesome message about ecology and about our style of life
if u hadnt watch it u should
i watched it 2 times already


I completely agree. I want to see it two times in the theater.
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Posted 7/18/08
I thought it was a fantastic movie. Who knew that you could fall in love with a character that barely speaks throughout the entire film? Wall-E is incredibly charming. I've already seen the movie twice. Once at Pixar and another time with family at a local theater. I also loved the Peter Gabriel song at the end of the film.
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Posted 7/18/08
When the movie will be released in Malaysia?
Posted 7/18/08
gee. is it showing in the philippines now ? 'coz if yes, i'll be now rushing to the cinemas and watch it. it is a classic tale from disney i think. o.O
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Posted 7/18/08
When I went to the Narnia movie last week there was an advertising of this movie before the Narnia movie startes, wow I really want to see it!
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Posted 7/18/08
I'm a 19 year old male. I don't normally go to see what I would call a 'child's movie', but I am very glad I saw this.

The movie is very well done, as expected of Pixar. It was heartwarming, and probably the closest I've come in a very long time to crying haha.

I recommend everyone go and see it if they can. it's amazing.
Posted 7/18/08
LOL everyone goes PSYCHO whenever a Disney Pixar comes out

but yeah will probably go see
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Posted 7/18/08
this thread title is intriguing... I thought its Wal-mart
Posted 7/18/08
looking forward to this great movie from Pixar!!!

I will watch this and I bet this would be great!
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Posted 7/18/08
its not THAT gd its alrit if u'v got nothing better to do
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Posted 7/28/08
it cute, but i don't think it was one of their best.
toy story and nemo are still better
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Posted 7/28/08
The blockbuster Disney movie, Wall-E, was criticized for its portrayal of a future in which not just some humans, but all of humanity becomes obese. A new study from Johns Hopkins, however, finds that its depiction comes uncomfortably close to projections from public health researchers.

As one of our commenters wrote, echoing other critics, "The future presented in the film was ridiculous and over-the-top in how unlikely it was, and portrayed humans as fat, disgusting, and stupid animals (which may be true of some people, but not of many)."

The new study, however, finds that if something doesn't change with the American food system, almost 9 out of 10 Americans will be fat by 2030.

“National survey data show that the prevalence of overweight and obese adults in the U.S. has increased steadily over the past three decades,” said Youfa Wang, MD, PhD, lead author of the study and a professor at Hopkins' Center for Human Nutrition. “If these trends continue, more than 86 percent of adults will be overweight or obese by 2030."

It's not just an aesthetic problem, either. The health risks associated with obesity are well-known and the researchers say treating obesity-related conditions could result in nearly one trillion dollars of added health care costs.

The projections appear in the July 2008 issue of the journal Obesity.

By:: Alexis Madrigal's Twitter
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Posted 7/29/08
Cool, funny, and yet depressing. I don't know what was worse. The Earth being trashed, people evolving into out of shape consumers, or just how commercial the future became.

Still, it was funny.
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Posted 7/29/08
I liked it. It was funny how the people there were so rolley polley.
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