Film review: WALL-E

Eight hundred years into the future, a tiny waste disposal robot named WALL-E (for Waste Allocation Load Lifter, Earth-class) is the only sentient being left on Earth. Scavenging replacement parts from his fellow, inactive, WALL-E units when he suffers damage, he continues to follow his directive to compact and organize the refuse left behind by the human exodus which took place in the 2100s, when mega-corporation Buy ‘n Large essentially took over the planet and the consumerist apotheosis became a terrestrial apocalypse.

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