This is the film that has taken Pixar to an even higher level of cinematic achievement. As the story progresses, Wall-E finds himself in more colorful surroundings and this stellar Blu-ray presentation rises to the challenge by beautifully rendering the vibrant and lush colors that are presented. I won't spoil what happens from this point on in the story, but plenty of questions about the fate of humanity in the story are answered and Wall-E's childlike optimism might just offer the solution to humanity's problems. Pixar has done a remarkable job with this stunning Blu-ray package. As is the case with digitally created movies, no film was used in the transfer process and as a result, we are treated to pristine and flawless video performance. I'm shocked that Pixar has included the fantastic Leslie Iwerks documentary and I recommend that each viewer of this set of supplements make it their first stop in this long list of outstanding features. I've read a lot of theories about the meaning behind Wall-E.
Coming in both two-disc and three-disc configurations,. Obviously, Wall-E is a film where the main characters essentially don't really speak. Wall-E is, essentially, a trash compactor who has been tasked with organizing and compressing these towering piles of garbage in a fruitless effort to clean up the waste and excesses that have destroyed life and forced humans to abandon the planet. Wall-E is a film for all ages that has the potential to entertain every member of the family and isn't limited as entertainment for children. All told, this is an exceptional collection of extras. The film's opening scenes brilliantly tell the story of Earth's demise while simultaneously showing Wall-E going about his daily routine. So, the film's limited dialogue isn't as central to the storytelling here as in other films.
The fact that the scene involves robots is really secondary. Até que um dia surge repentinamente uma nave, que traz um novo e moderno robô: Eva. Caso ocorra problemas na reprodução do video ou áudio, baixe alguns desses programas para melhor usufruir dos filmes: — Wall-E Video. There's a certain magic to every film they make that has taken a studio that produced some weird little computer generated movies and transformed them into the most heralded group of filmmakers of the last quarter-century. Wall-E represents the very essence of humanity in a world where humanity has lost its way. Sua vida consiste em compactar o lixo existente no planeta, que forma torres maiores que arranha-céus, e colecionar objetos curiosos que encontra ao realizar seu trabalho. Wall-E is a film with plenty of quiet passages, so don't expect to be rocked out of your seat for a solid 90 minutes.
Wall-E is the kind of movie that has the power to touch even the most cynical soul. How do these folks do it, year after year and great story after great story? It's an amazing scene that is the perfect example of the brilliance that Pixar has achieved in storytelling, animation and conveying emotion. A princípio curioso, Wall-E logo se apaixona pela recém-chegada. The real key to Wall-E's power from an audio standpoint, is in its use of atmosphere and sound effects. Wall-E is a true classic and will endure for generations amongst the greatest films of all time. Wall-E is a stunning and immersive experience. Wall-E is presented in its original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.
Supplements are also robust and the set's many in-depth and entertaining documentaries will provide hours of entertainment beyond the film itself. I'm continually amazed at their bravery and lack of cynicism as well as their commitment to break new ground with every release. Wall-E comes fully-loaded on Blu-ray in a stellar 2-disc set that features a wealth of supplementary material presented in 1080p. He's more than a collection of quirky behaviors and eccentricities. There are plenty of opportunities present in Wall-E for more atmospheric passages where Thomas Newman's outstanding score takes center stage as well as haunting scenes of near silence where Earth's desolate wind blows in the distance.
Wall-E is a must own title and easily earns my highest recommendation. Disclaimer: this site belongs to the Internet freely shared, all bt files from the Internet, sharing on the Internet, the site just as a staging platform bt; Site server does not save any video, music, games and other resources or documents, and the site does not belong bt providers, creators, owners, so this site does not assume any liability! Regardless, dialogue, when present, is expertly placed within the mix and the film's robots come across in their digital-speak in a manner far more intelligible that what I experienced theatrically. Wall-E has also managed to develop a love of music and spends every evening watching his old videotape of Hello, Dolly! He's been toiling away for hundreds of years on a deserted and environmentally wasted Earth where piles of garbage and wreckage are stacked sky-high. Wall-E easily earns my highest recommendation. It's a rare treat of a film that inspires and takes one's breath away with its almost effortlessly astounding storytelling. The various production featurettes all are well presented and give a great sense of scope to the massive undertaking that was this film's production. As is normally the case with computer animation, there is a tremendous amount of detail present in every shot and the Blu-ray encode does a stellar job of delivering this extreme detail as flawlessly as possible.
There are literally dozens of themes present in the movie, from the importance of environmental responsibility, the wastefulness of human excess and the squandering of resources. Reviewed by , November 13, 2008 Is Pixar the greatest movie studio in history? You owe it to yourself to experience this remarkable, original and deeply emotional film. Judging by their massive commercial and creative success, that would certainly seem to be the case. Wall-E is a must-own title on Blu-ray and deserves a place in every Blu-ray collection. And just like we've all discovered throughout our lives, sometimes what we've been missing suddenly slaps us in the face. The movie's video presentation is truly reference grade and will remain a standard as demonstration material for years to come.
However, in my humble opinion, Wall-E is really a bit more of a spiritual film. I certainly hope that when the Oscars are awarded next year that Wall-E isn't just recognized as the best animated film of the year, but as the best picture of the year. This comes across powerfully as the film successfully sucks the viewer into its world. It's another profoundly sweet sequence in a film that boils over with guileless sentimentality and beauty. Andrew Stanton's majestic commentary track is also required for fans of the film. Wall-E is, in my book, the best picture of the year and has become one of my favorite movies of all time.
What else is there to say? It's almost a shame that the film is handicapped by the fact that it is animated. It's also clear at this point that Wall-E's hundreds of years of solitude have allowed him to develop a personality. His only friend is a ridiculously cute cockroach who acts as his pet and follows him around as he stacks garbage and collects trinkets from the rubble. As if not to be outdone by its tremendous video presentation quality, Wall-E includes a masterful, reference-grade audio mix. Disney and Pixar have brought Wall-E to home theaters on Blu-ray in yet another of their remarkable direct to digital transfers.