WALL-EDVD - 2008
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blue_cat_13840 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 99
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Captain: [Standing in front of a hologram of the plant from EVE's camera] Haha! Look what I got, AUTO!
AUTO: Not possible.
Captain: [chuckles] That's right, the plant. Oh, you want it? Come and get it, blinky.
wall-e:evvva (in a robot voice like its screaming
WALL.E: [M-O has finished cleaning a severely damaged WALL-E, who strains to give a handshake] WALL-E.
MO: [M-O scrubs WALL-E's hand, then shakes it] M-O.
[M-O reverts to his box form]
WALL.E: [pause] M-O?
WALL.E: [another pause] M-O.
Teacher Robot: A is for Axiom, your home sweet home. B is for Buy N Large, your very best friend.
Mary: [a group of youngsters rolls on the floor of the leaning ship toward where there arms stretch out as a barrier beyond the other fallen passengers] John, get ready to have some kids!
Ship's Computer: Voice confirmation required.
Ship's Computer: [after the "uhh" echoes] Accepted.
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as life on earth seems dead... the people in space try to find a way to make earth a place were they can live
In 2805, Earth is covered in garbage due to decades of mass consumerism facilitated by the megacorporation Buy 'N Large. BnL evacuated Earth's population in fully automated starliners in 2105, leaving behind trash compactor Waste Allocation Load Lifter – Earth Class “WALL-E” robots to clean the planet, but they eventually stopped operating and Earth was left abandoned. One WALL-E unit has managed to remain active by repairing itself using parts from other broken units. It has also developed sentience, as with its regular duties it inquisitively collects artifacts of human civilization back to its storage truck home, has befriended a cockroach and enjoys listening to Hello, Dolly!