Doris Lessing regards science fiction as one of the best social fiction of the time. Pixar’s “WALL-E” is a beautiful product that has been developed over the same theme and have successfully earned the liking of general audience without much effort. The movie presents an interesting idea of the outlook of science and humanity. The elements together are depicted alive and vigilant to fight for the safety of mother Earth. In short, the movie presents the notion of association of inhabitants towards a unified goal. The analysis of the movie clearly determines that Wall-E is a Film about True Connection.
- Purpose: The purpose of this speech outline is to evaluate the film Wall-E and explore its major themes.
- Thesis Statement: Wall-E is a Film about True Connection
- The movie is developed over the themes of association, environment, sustainability, protection / destruction. Each of the referred element is exquisitely woven into the plot.
- The story revolves around the character of an emotionalized robot Wall-E (short for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class) and the circumstances that have led the planet at the discretion of science and its own for healing against the pollution that created bizarre circumstances on Earth.
- The movie displays the setting in which Wall-E and the other robots succeeded in bringing life to the earth by recolonizing it with humans.
- The concept of the fiction is elucidated with sheer preview other than some distraction, such as, the physical movement of human that is depicted with completely technology support. Even the human characters do not function their body without the support of machines. Such an idea is quite absurd, as instincts and basic function of the body are not human crafted but gifted by nature. Hence, to refrain the same demands effort not ease.
- The characters of the movie seem well aware of the illustrated notion. As defines Mary in the movie (Mary), “Dancing - A series of movements involving two partners, where speed & rhythm match harmoniously with music”. In Wall-E, this instinct seems eliminated in humans and present in Robots.
On the whole, the movie is a beautiful work of art that is apprehensible without the support of dialogues, solely with the support of visual motifs, metaphors and imagery. On the grounds of the illustrated features, the most suitable audience for the movie is the mature population with concepts and perceptions that could lead to better understanding of the presented theme and theory.
WALL-E. Dir. Andrew Stanton. Perf. Mary. 2008. DVD.