When I was having my breakfast this morning, I saw a picture of my beloved Wall-E from a certain NEWS Paper. He’s not my boyfriend nor my friend but he’s my favorite robot ever. Wall-E means Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth Class.
Why do I love Wall-E?
When I started watching this movie, I found it very dry and uninteresting due to the color effects of the movie. I tried to understand the gestures and emotions of this robot and there, I found myself watching it seriously till ending (I even cried, promise!) This movie has less talking unlike other cartoon movies that we’re usually watching it’s because Wall-E can’t talk even a single word but he can beep and express different emotions.
Wall-E is the last robot left on Earth, programmed to clean up Earth through making the trash into a cube one at a time. He likes to collect stuff from trash. Wall-E was doing the same things over and over for 700 years until such time he develops one little glitch – a personality he’s extremely curious, highly inquisitive and little lonely. Before meeting EVE, (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator – a sleek, state-of-the-art robotic probe) his life was indeed very lonely but Wall-E had a friend though, guess what? Wall-E’s best friend is a cockroach named Hal and they’ve been together for so many years and founded a great friendship.
Hal and Wall E:
One interesting characteristic I love about Wall-E was his desire to hold a girl’s hand (ohh, what a lovely robot.)
Wall – E and EVE:
Wall-E really inspires me of taking care Mother Earth. We are now experiencing climate change and its all because of our irresponsibility of handling things. As of now, it’s all our responsibility of bringing back the things that we have lost, so let’s try to be like Wall-E – a robot that feels.
If Wall-E can do it, why can’t we? Try to think of it.