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WALL-E

I’m a big fan of Pixar and have been since Toy Story came out. The Incredibles is in my Top Ten favorite films.

WALL-E was funny, sweet and a great deal of fun. There were a lot of very small children in the audience, but it was so engaging that there was no fidgeting or crying or talking – a tribute to the quality of the film itself since there is very little dialog in it. As a matter of fact, the first half contains almost no dialog at all. In the pivotal moment in the film – the revelation the Captain has as he waters the plant – it’s more about what isn’t said than what is.

Go see it. It was wonderful.


1 comment

merlotmom says:

so funny you say that because my kids saw it with my husband yesterday and while my husband thought it was interesting, my kids just did NOT get it. that’s what makes horse races, i guess.

p.s. can we talk tomorrow?

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