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Disney Movies, Music, TV, Theater & Books Discuss Write your WALL-E Thoughts and Reviews Here! in the Miscellaneous Disney forums; Originally Posted by BamaJenn So what's with the watches? I took my 2 year-old and no watch!! We were there on opening day. They came in before the movie, asked ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaJenn View Post
    So what's with the watches? I took my 2 year-old and no watch!!
    We were there on opening day. They came in before the movie, asked the kids to show their stubs and gave them a free watch. They stood at the doors and handed them out as the other children came in! It is a blue, rubber strap with a picture of WALL-E and Eve stamped into it. The movie logo is also stamped in the back.
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    I just went to see it again tonight. I did notice lots more the second time. I saw the Pizza Planet truck, I saw the People Mover sign, and I noticed a carousel horse that looked alot like the one from Mary Poppins? It was in Wall-E's truck. And I have a question for you guys. What was the ALERT that happened on earth twice before Wall-E went up in space? Once he was by himself and then it happend while Eve was with him. There was a flashing sign outside that said ALERT and then a sandstorm or duststorm or something like that starts rolling across the land. What was that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicks10 View Post
    Over at Rotten Tomatoes, every time a bad review is posted about it the comments start pouring in attacking the reviewer for non-valid points. I guess the people over there "get it".
    I saw that! Haha!

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    Wall-E became a favorite of mine very quickly. I have to agree that it may be the best movie Pixar has put out. It is full of wonderful messages of love, friendship, social responsibility and the future of mankind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigletfan View Post
    There was a flashing sign outside that said ALERT and then a sandstorm or duststorm or something like that starts rolling across the land. What was that?
    What I got from that is the WALL-E bots are programmed to shutdown to prevent damage to themselves during a sandstorm. I guess Earth would be prone to them once all the land is dead, any amount of wind would cause one.
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    Just got back! It was one if not the best Pixar movie I seen. It was so realistic and funny. I found the Pixar "Easter Egg" (Pizza Planet truck). It would have been cool to have it in 3D. The short before the movie was great too! I almost cried when WALL-E didn't start up and when he had a "lapse."
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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaJenn View Post
    What I got from that is the WALL-E bots are programmed to shutdown to prevent damage to themselves during a sandstorm. I guess Earth would be prone to them once all the land is dead, any amount of wind would cause one.

    Thanks, makes sense to me. My friend insists that there was a nuclear war and that is why earth was in such bad shape. But I don't see it like that. I just couldn't figure out what the ALERTS were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyfanatic101 View Post
    I almost cried when WALL-E didn't start up and when he had a "lapse."
    And I thought I was the only guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigletfan View Post
    Thanks, makes sense to me. My friend insists that there was a nuclear war and that is why earth was in such bad shape. But I don't see it like that. I just couldn't figure out what the ALERTS were.
    The general theme of the movie is that human's destroyed their planet with too much trash and had to leave because of it (hence the whole "we're digging you out" and coming back in 5 years thing). Based on that I don't believe your friend is correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaJenn View Post
    The general theme of the movie is that human's destroyed their planet with too much trash and had to leave because of it (hence the whole "we're digging you out" and coming back in 5 years thing). Based on that I don't believe your friend is correct.
    Thanks and I agree! Can't wait to tell her! haha! It has made for some great debates and conversation though.

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    To me Wall-E was a great love story! Wall-E and EVE go through great lengths for each other. True love!! I was bawling at the end too.

    I need to find me a Wall-E plush!

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    AWESOME movie. by the way, check what i found out. scroll down to #20 IMDb Top 250

    and did anyone catch the Luxo, Jr. lamp? it's right before the pizza planet truck when WALL-E makes the sculpture for EVE. the lamp is its right arm.
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    Just saw it again tonight!

    Up to #19 on IMDB now.
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    This is just a great movie and I can't wait till it comes out on DVD so I can add it to my library!
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