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Wall-E [DVD] [2008] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.6 out of 5 stars 552 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: G (General Audience) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (552 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001EOQWEO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 239,775 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Format: DVD
If you are going to get Wall-E (and you should, oh yes you should) get the two disc edition... it's an odd wrapper, cardboard with bits that slide out, one per side each containing one disc.
I'm (unfortunately) prone to watching the extras before the main feature - and that's why you want the two discer because the extras on this one are good. Mind you, the two bonus shorts on the main disc - BURN-E and PRESTO! are both good too. BURN-E has a story about a poor maintenance robot that takes place in parallel with the main film...
PRESTO is a tale presented in the style of the classic Disney shorts of the 50's... superb CGI animated tale of a magician and his (hungry!) rabbit sidekick. You'll see what magic props are needed to do the old rabbit-out-of-a-hat routine and the dire consequences of their misuse....
There is a documentary that shows how Ben Burtt (sound craftsman on Star Wars as well) builds up the sonic landscape that adds verisimilitude to the main feature... how sounds can be sought, and simulated by amazing Heath Robinson-esque gadgets - something Disney's have done since the '30s, and we see some veteran pieces of kit dating back to before "The Reluctant Dragon", their use, and examples of sound-to-picture from classic Disney shorts.
All in all a superb little feature and worth seing.
The film itself? a heatwarming tale of robot love and self sacrifice, almost dialogue free but with a sonic landscape that is the aural equivalent of 3D. I enjoyed it a lot more than UP I can tell you.

Buy! Buy! Buy!
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I am utterly baffled by some of the negative reviews I've read for WALL-E, it has been a huge favourite in our house for a couple of years now. A relative bought it for my eldest son when he was 3 and he'd never watched a full-length feature before. I was convinced he'd last about 10 mins top and he sat glued to it for the duration! I'd never seen it myself and soon I too became hooked. I love the story, ok so it's a bit far-fetched in places but come on it's a STORY people ;-) No, there isn't much dialogue, you don't need it, but if you're the kind of person who has to be narrated to or have a story drip-fed told then it's probably not for you... The animation is fab, as is WALL-E and Eve's relationship. I love the inclusion of the clips and music from Hello Dolly! so much so that we're about to order it so my boys can see where the original song comes from. My youngest son is also now a huge fan and he's only 2 and a half, in fact we're watching it right now. If you love Pixar and originality order it right now - you won't be disappointed!
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Format: DVD
A brilliant feel good movie for everyone and not just those whose age is yet to reach double digits.
It's great to see a sci-fi with very sparse and purely comedic violence. making this stand out against the rest of the genre as one of the few non-violent sci-fi films that isn't a spoof.

After such an enjoyable film I expected to get at least something out of the special features but they were the worst and least humerus I've endured to date. This said It's cheaper than the single disk standard edition which more than makes up for the completely sub-par and unspecial special features.

That aside the film is the important part and this is still a film you have to watch. Just don't go out of your way for the extra content.
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Format: Blu-ray
Each time I have seen a film from Pixar Studio, I have been impressed not only with its animation, but excellent plot too. This time, however, Pixar Studio has rendered a true cinematic animation masterpiece, one which should be recognized as memorable as the great Walt Disney films of the 1930s and 1940s. A masterpiece which ought to appeal to kids of all ages. In "Wall - E" Pixar has a spellbinding example - maybe the first - of a romantic science fiction thriller that lacks a dull moment, even though much of the film lacks substantial dialogue. So who cares whether the robot Wall - E can speak fluent English; audiences will recognize him as an admirable and lovable creature, whose very actions remind me at least of Charlie Chaplin's dull-witted tramp (Indeed, I wouldn't be surprised at all if this was the intention of Pixar Studio's animators and writers.).

Centuries after humanity has fled a severely over-polluted Earth for the relatively clean sanctuary of interstellar space, Wall - E toils alone as the very last trash compactor robot, in the deserted ruins of what seems to be New York City. Then one day Wall - E's fate is literally sent from the Heavens, with the arrival of a strange new robot. What follows will truly delight the hearts and cheer the souls of children of all ages. Older "children" may grasp some of the subtle sociological and political references scattered throughout the film, but younger ones will recognize that this is a film focused primarily on the themes of friendship, love and romance. A film that I am certain is destined to become a major landmark in the annals of cinematic animation; one that is a masterpiece already.
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Format: DVD
Great film - good for kids and adults too. Me and my 3 yr old loved it.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
According to my database I've owned three previous blu-rays (BDs) of Wall-E (plus older, undocumented SDs); the most recent BD prior to this was the 2011 US release (UPC786936810950). That has very good Picture Quality but I'm always hoping to find a newer release with better PQ, so I bought this 2015 limited edition from Amazon UK, switched my player to Region B, and reviewed it over the past weekend. Its PQ is *outstanding*, with native 1080P resolution. What struck me, however, is the fact that this is a *different* Wall-E that I'd seen before. Here Pixar apparently has released an extensively revised version, with about half of the film completely rewritten (and of course different scenes). I've been looking online for some discussion of this fact, but haven't found any to date. IMHO this newer version is, in fact, *better* than the "original;" I've kept the 2011 US Ed specified above in case anyone wants to look into this further (I don't).
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