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    GONNA BE SO AWESOME

    I'm seeing it in two hours.

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    I'm so excited for this movie, this girl that I'm somewhat seeing is freaking out about this
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    I will be seeing it tomorrow night at El Capitan.
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    I heard this E movie got RAVE reviews...
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    Just got back from the midnighter.

    WALL-E is simply amazing. Wonderful storytelling, subtle humor, and of course, out of this world visuals. A treat for any movie fan at any age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C DUB YA View Post
    Just got back from the midnighter.

    WALL-E is simply amazing. Wonderful storytelling, subtle humor, and of course, out of this world visuals. A treat for any movie fan at any age.

    I can't wait to see it, but the big question on mine and everybody else's minds is, "better than Iron Man?" Or, well even though it's a different category but nevertheless the second best movie of the year, better than Forgetting Sarah Marshall? In other words, I know Wall-E is going to be fantastic but is it going to be one of the best movies of 2008?

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    Yes.

    Easily the best film of 08 - so far.

    There is something that Pixar has tackled here that trumps most of their best work. Wall-E is not the funniest Pixar film, but it is the smartest - by a long shot. Sure it'll tug on the heart strings, but it does it in a way that is soooo, grown up, you'll feel like a kid again. Does that make sense? Prolly not.

    For me - it was better than Iron Man (which I loved), because it did a lot more with a lot less. There are timely messages about the state of the planet, the human race, the consumption the world is seeing, respect, love, humor, isolation, fear, desperation... it's all there and told with the most amazing visuals the animated screen has ever seen.

    Makes the very best Dreamworks picture look like the Love Guru. And that ain't good.
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    yes, can't wait to see it. Looks incredible, apparently there is minimal dialog as well which will be interesting to see.

    I still haven't seen Ratattui but its coming on Netflix. How is that? As long as it's better than Cars I'm happy, the only pixar movie i didn't like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C DUB YA View Post
    Yes.

    Easily the best film of 08 - so far.

    There is something that Pixar has tackled here that trumps most of their best work. Wall-E is not the funniest Pixar film, but it is the smartest - by a long shot. Sure it'll tug on the heart strings, but it does it in a way that is soooo, grown up, you'll feel like a kid again. Does that make sense? Prolly not.

    For me - it was better than Iron Man (which I loved), because it did a lot more with a lot less. There are timely messages about the state of the planet, the human race, the consumption the world is seeing, respect, love, humor, isolation, fear, desperation... it's all there and told with the most amazing visuals the animated screen has ever seen.

    Makes the very best Dreamworks picture look like the Love Guru. And that ain't good.


    Did you see Forgetting Sarah Marshall or In Bruges, the two most underrated films of this year so far??

    Check them out. Anyway, I respect your opinon and I'll check out Wall-E, but watch those two films. They are both masterpieces in their respective genres.

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    In Bruges is my second favorite film of the year, I just bought it on Tuesday

    1. Wall-E
    2. In Bruges
    3. Control
    4. Iron Man
    5. Forgetting Sarah Marshall
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    Is it true that there is no dialogue for the first 30 minutes? One of my friends worked on the video game and saw an early screening. Did they change that at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by whynotsmile99 View Post
    yes, can't wait to see it. Looks incredible, apparently there is minimal dialog as well which will be interesting to see.

    I still haven't seen Ratattui but its coming on Netflix. How is that? As long as it's better than Cars I'm happy, the only pixar movie i didn't like.
    Right there with you, Cars is the only Pixar movie I didn't like as well. Something about it is just flat and predictable, and boring too? It was weird, shouldn't have been that way. I still don't know why I dislike it so.

    Ratatouille is very good too, for me The Incredibles is my fave, but that has a lot to do with the style of it. Still think Toy Story 2 and Monsters Inc. are slightly better than Ratatouille, but they're all good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyface View Post
    Is it true that there is no dialogue for the first 30 minutes? One of my friends worked on the video game and saw an early screening. Did they change that at all?
    It is very true - no dialogue what-so-ever for the first 35 minutes easy.

    Prolly not very much the entire film now that I think about it. Humans, and human voices, are VERY secondary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C DUB YA View Post
    In Bruges is my second favorite film of the year, I just bought it on Tuesday

    1. Wall-E
    2. In Bruges
    3. Control
    4. Iron Man
    5. Forgetting Sarah Marshall
    Great list but just FYI, Control was last year.

    The no dialogue in the first part of Wall-E remind me of 2001. I need to see Wall-E!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backwater View Post
    Great list but just FYI, Control was last year.
    Oh I know, I went to a screening at our art Museum back in March, so we go it a bit late here.
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    It's cool man, I'm actually from Ohio (Cincinnnati) and I went to Ohio State. Bootsy Collins, Bone Thugs and Racon - fucking - teurs represent!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C DUB YA View Post
    Oh I know, I went to a screening at our art Museum back in March, so we go it a bit late here.
    fuck I need to watch CONTROL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sushov23 View Post
    fuck I need to watch CONTROL.
    its out on dvd now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sushov23 View Post
    fuck I need to watch CONTROL.
    That you do, Samantha Morton is a goddess of acting, she makes Nicole Kidman look like an amateur. Not to mention Sam Reily, his version of Transmission makes Joy Division seem much more epic than they ever were. This is coming from a huge JD fan as Love Will Tear Us Apart is one of my top five favorite songs ever. Control reminds me, in many ways, of Raging Bull. Obviously, it's not as good since Scorsese is a god but there are many similarities.

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    i'm gonna go look for it tomorrow.

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    i have total blind faith in Pixar, with the exception of "cars" which I didnt even bother seeing, every Pixar movie has been absolutely amazing
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    WANTED looks soo good too
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    SO DOPE.

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    Wall-E is not released until the 18th July in the UK, so it'll be a while before i see it.
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    wall-e lives up to any expectations of pixar brilliance.
    I hope it makes them a jillion dollars and they work with the same people for the next 50 years.
    I want the toys, right now. All the misfit robots from the repair ward.


    control? disappointing and overrated. I thought his singing was a little too pretty-boy, and I wasn't expecting it to be almost exclusively about his love life, which just wasn't as interesting as a story of joy division would have been (isn't a joy division movie coming out soon?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurker_in_a_tree View Post
    wall-e lives up to any expectations of pixar brilliance.
    I hope it makes them a jillion dollars and they work with the same people for the next 50 years.
    I want the toys, right now. All the misfit robots from the repair ward.


    control? disappointing and overrated. I thought his singing was a little too pretty-boy, and I wasn't expecting it to be almost exclusively about his love life, which just wasn't as interesting as a story of joy division would have been (isn't a joy division movie coming out soon?)
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    I saw the whole thing, ass.
    And yes, anyone who isn't completely blind could see that the movie focused on his failed relationships.
    And his singing voice was completely wrong for the movie.
    Don't be such a fanboy twit.

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    The Wall-E toys look kinda cool.
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