Humans have been staying in space aboard a big spa-like craft for hundreds of years, completely abandoning activities like walking and personal interaction because everything is done by robots. Everyone's obese. I wonder how they make babies because they don't even talk face-to-face. The system scooped out the human spirit and left Earth barren. Capitalism, fascism, death to Earth. It makes you think of Illuminati one world government and all the conspiracy theories. It's scary it could happen. The sad part is we're letting it happen and we're so unaware we're doing it and so busy with new technologies, being manipulated by the media, a smorgasbord of entertainment being served to lead our eyes where it shouldn't be, creating wars for money and gaining more power and they'll use it for us to blindfold ourselves and yield.
Oops, I got carried away.
Anyway, the inhabitable Earth was maintained by a clean-up robot named Wall-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class). The humans forgot about being humans and the only thing that hasn't is a robot. Charmingly curious and lonely, he goes around everyday cleaning and collecting human stuff. A slew of aww moments followed when Eve was introduced. Eve is a robot sent to Earth to find and collect plant life. So many stories were told about falling in love in movies but this one takes the cake. Maybe because they're robots. I can't remember how many time my eyes watered. The endearment of the movie was like an angel touching my heart and uncoiling its strings and wraps it around my boyfriend. Here's a robot in love with a more advanced robot and just wants to hold her hand to have that magical connection just like in the human movie he saw. It's a fireworks of water in my eyes and my heart got so warm it could melt an iceberg.
It's one of those movies where your eyes still well up after ten minutes of exiting the theatre.
You can't not love Wall-E! I want to watch it again.