Wall E

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    Seen it twice, one with myself only and then with my mom, and BOTH times I have cried like a baby at the end. Such an amazing story and I could not believe I was gunning for a romance between two robots through out the entire film but man, WALL E was so cute and persistent :biggrin1:
     
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    Dude, Wall-e was sensational. It set a new standard for pixar, and that says a lot. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. The dance scene in space is where I tear up for the first time.
     
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    I love that scene too ! The music they used in it was so emotional too which I think really helped, plus the fact that WALL E himself was so over the moon. I love all the Pixar films and buy them the minute they come out on dvd, but WALL E just seems more......real and organic I guess you could say. I related more to WALL E himself than any of their other characters, probably because he was such the underdog.
     
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    Pixar rocks, they have yet to fail me at all.

    Can't wait for their next one.
     
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    I think what constantly amazes me about their films is that they always get to me emotionally no matter what, and for someone as jaded as me that is pretty hard to do most of the time. But I cannot help but get teary and emotional when I watch their movies because their stories and their characters are just...so....real.
     
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    For pixar to use Louis Armstrong's "La Vie En Rose"... was nothing short of just awesome. It was perfect for the moment.
     
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