As I type WALL·E is number 9 on IMDB top 250 movies of all time.
Unless you've been living under the proverbial rock, you know the story: the last working robot on earth gets a sleek, shiny visitor from outer space.
It's indescribably wonderful. Just go see it. What follows is trivia.
Some ill-tempered conservatives are disrespecting the movie for its alleged eco-freak propagandizing. This is misguided. See Lileks. (And note that at least one eco-freak propagandist is moaning about the movie not being strident and alarmist enough. Can't win, Pixar.)
And, for a good time, also check out the BuyNLarge website.
Sigourney Weaver does the voice of the "Ship's Computer". Is she in danger of getting typecast? No matter. NASA should immediately hire her, and wire her voice into all future mission software. If I'm going to hear a self-destruct countdown, I want to hear it from Sigourney.
There's one plot hole, I think: why would a robot programmed to look for life on earth be so consarn quick with her blaster?