American Culture

The tear-jerking story of the making of WALL-E

by Djerrid

I won’t ruin a good story by doing a bad synopsis. Suffice to say it starts out with a woman watching the trailer and ends with her boyfriend pushing a giant ball at a desk lamp. Pixar is as awsome as the movies they make.


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  1. Damn. We saw Hancock last night (my call). Should have gone with Wall-E.

  2. Yeah, your loss. Especially if Hancock is as bad as they say.

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