2008 Comedy

Disney and Pixar join forces for this computer-animated tale about a wide-eyed robot who travels to the deepest reaches of outer space in search of a newfound friend. The year is 2700, and planet Earth has long been uninhabitable. For hundreds of years, WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class) has been taking out the trash, and collecting precious knick-knacks in order to stave off the boredom of his dreary routine. Little does WALL-E realize that he has recently stumbled onto a secret that could save planet Earth, and once again make the ravaged planet safe for all humankind. When highly advanced search robot EVE makes friends with WALL-E and realizes the value of his remarkable discovery, she excitedly races back to let the humans know that there's hope for their home planet after all. But after centuries alone in space, WALL-E can't stand the thought of losing the only friend he's ever known, and eagerly follows her into the deepest reaches of space on the adventure of a lifetime. Along the way, the friendly trash-collecting robot who has always known what he was made for gradually begins to understand what he was meant for. Finding Nemo director Andrew Stanton returns to the helm for this family-friendly sci-fi adventure featuring the voices of Fred Willard, Jeff Garlin, and Ben Burtt. more..

Director: Andrew Stanton

Starring: Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight,Jeff Garlin, John Ratzenberger, Kathy Najimy


  • Daring and traditional, groundbreaking and familiar, apocalyptic and sentimental, Wall-E gains strength from embracing contradictions that would destroy other films.

    Kenneth Turan - Los Angeles Times

    11 May 2013

  • It whisks you to another world, then makes it every inch our own.

    Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly

    11 May 2013

  • You leave WALL-E with a feeling of the rarest kind: that you've just enjoyed a close encounter with an enduring classic.

    Peter Travers - Rolling Stone

    11 May 2013

  • At once futuristic, funny and fantastical.

    Claudia Puig - USA Today

    11 May 2013

  • The first half hour of WALL-E is essentially wordless, and left me speechless. This magnificent animated feature from Pixar starts on such a high plane of aspiration, and achievement, that you wonder whether the wonder can be sustained. But yes, it can.

    Joe Morgenstern - The Wall Street Journal

    11 May 2013


  • Movie of the Year

    AFI Awards (2009)

  • Best Animated Feature Film of the Year

    Academy Awards (2009)

  • Best Animated Film

    Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films (2009)

  • Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical)

    American Cinema Editors (2009)

  • Best Animated Effects

    Annie Awards (2009)