This evening I saw the movie "Walle" at AMC Theater, Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong.
Again Pixar did not disappoint.
Pixar's typical smart intelligent humor was prevalent throughout the movie. After several minutes into the movie the audiences has forgotten it's an animation, understood the background of the story, and all without a single word being spoken.
Without much dialogue the director, Andrew Stanton (who in this case was also the writer) was able to capture the audiences' attention while delivering an intriguing and timely story about the importance of taking care of our environment and planet.
I always like Pixar movies: Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars and Ratatouille. and this one was no exception. They always contain what I call smart-humor, where the audiences would need to give it some thought to realize how funny a particular dialogue or scene was. They often made me want to watch the movie again to catch all the things I missed the first time.
I am glad to have placed this on my Must See Movies list and definitely one not to be missed for fans of Pixar Animation Studio.
Finally, for those Macintosh fans among us, the animators at Pixar left us an easter egg. See if you catch it in the movie as I did?
|Not to be missed|
|Wait for the DVD|
|Buy from iTunes Store|
|Rent it on iTunes|
|Waste your time elsewhere|