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Chatter: WALL•E & Presto

With the release of WALL•E and its attached short film, Presto in the US today, we want to know what you think of this film and its counterpart.

Sound off in the comments below, but please keep your comments spoiler free for those who haven’t seen the film yet, and for those who can’t (like me). 
Enjoy the film!

0 Responses to Chatter: WALL•E & Presto

  1. Ryan says:

    They both are now my favorite Pixar works. WALL-E strikes a chord with me because I relate to WALL-E so much. At least for the summer, I have a pet and a girl I’m trying to woo (who I actually saw WALL-E with, but as friends), and at the same time I’m just doing what I think I should, which is also WALL-E picking up trash.

  2. jane doe says:

    Oh my goodness. It was just beautiful. There was this really elegant simplicity in the characters as they had to portray themselves by their actions and emotions rather than words.

    The scenery was just amazing and so wonderfully detailed. The story was so romantic and relatable (haha, yes!), and it had a really lovely message too.

    Absolutely in my Pixar Top Three now.

    I got the free watch, too! I just asked the guy at the ticket stand and he said “Sure!”

  3. martini833 says:

    They were both amazing in their own ways. I’d go on but spoilers might subconciously pop up.

  4. bawpcwpn says:

    I fear I might pop with excitement before I get to see it 😛

  5. Anonymous says:

    I hope they are going to make it so we can download Presto on Itunes soon like they did with last years Lifted. I am more excited to see that than WALL-E. sad huh

  6. Anonymous says:

    absolute perfection.

    it amazes me how Pixar can take the combination of very little dialogue with a cast of robots and create a movie jam packed with emotion and drama.

    congratulations pixar…you did it again!


  7. Anonymous says:

    I know the term “beautiful” has been used countless times for the movie, but I’ll use it anyway, because there is no better word for it.
    ‘Finding Nemo’ has always been my favorite pixar movie (favorite movie overall as well), so I was looking forward to Stanton doing another movie, so when I heard way back when that he would be doing Wall-E, I was more than excited. And then I saw the midnight showing last night, all of my expectations were met. There was just so much heart in it, it made me melt quite a few times. And I don’t think there’s another movie that made me go “awe” more than this one did.
    Not to mention that it’s the first pixar movie to make me cry XD.
    But yeah, plain n’ simple, Wall-E was beautiful.
    Oh, and Presto was great. I never was a huge fan of looney tunes, or tom and jerry where the humor comes from the main character getting extremely hurt, pfft, but pixar’s newest short had me laughing the whole way through. And the fact that the bunny was so fuzzy and adorable helped a lot 🙂

  8. Anonymous says:

    One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. Pixar really excels at creating sympathy for its characters, and it has outdone itself this time. The only (slight) criticism I have is the song choice for the credits. Seriously, ever heard of “You Are The Sunshine Of My Life” by Stevie Wonder? The lyrics are a perfect match for the movie. Anyways, congrats on a great job, Pixar!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Presto was amazing — the most complicated-looking and dazzling of the short films thus far.

    And Wall-E was as good as I had hoped. I came into it with a ton of expectations, having watched all the short clips and trailers countless times. I had even read a couple of the Wall-E books going in, so I actually knew the story.

    But despite being spoiled on the full plot, I thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s a very unique looking film (be sure to sit through the ending credits to see some of the most beautiful animated scenes), and the story really has a message for those who want to take one away from the film. Despite what Stanton says, this is a very pro-environment film.

    Wall-E is now tied with my previous all-time favorite, Finding Nemo. Both films are not only visually stunning, they really tug at your heart strings and provide very lovable and endearing characters.

  10. Shockerz says:

    Absolutely amazing. There was something about this movie that was different than any of the other Pixar films…and it was absolutely stunning. Definately my favorite Pixar movie to date. It was so funny..sad..epic…I’m in love with this movie!

    The short was equally awesome.. Definately the funniest short yet.

    Pixar definately just set a new standard for themselves.

  11. irradiancy says:

    Both were fantastic. I think Presto is now tied with One Man Band and Wall-E is tied with Toy Story for me.
    Wall-E was even better than I thought it would be. It was stunning both story-wise and visually in my opinion.
    I’m definitely going to go see it again.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Amazing… both Presto and Wall-E prove that Pizars abilities to tell a story are beyond pale. And if that wasn’t enough… the cute 8-bit credit animation with it’s sweet finale was icing on the cake.

    I loved the story, the plot, the themes and the animation (Wall-E’s hands almost seemed real in some shots).

    Thank you all at Pixar for the wonderful movie making, I will being going to the theater again to see this gem. (Perhaps next time I won’t cry as much all over the place)

  13. Pixelated says:

    I didn’t think Pixar could ever create something close to the level of their previous film.

    I was wrong.

    Wall-E was perfect.

  14. Netbug009 says:

    OH MAN.


    I love you PIXAR. <3

    That was the best film I have ever seen.

  15. Heimlich says:

    I really liked Presto and Wall-E.

  16. Mitch says:

    There are simply no words to describe this masterpiece. To say that Mr. Stanton has outdone himself this time is an understatement.

    Truth be told, it didn’t even feel like a Pixar film to me. It felt like…. Heh. I really don’t know what it felt like, to be honest. Nevertheless, it was astounding.

    — Mitch

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