Questions tagged [wall-e]

WALL-E is a 2008 American CGI science-fiction romantic comedy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Andrew Stanton.

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How can the people in the Axiom survive for 700 years?

In WALL•E, it's established that the 5-year spaceship has been keeping people alive for 700 years. Also, it's clear that (at least before they all left the Earth), the garbage problem was never solved....
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Were people in Wall•E illiterate?

It seems like all interfaces are video and using pictographs. The very little text we see is things like RED or BnL which perhaps are more recognized as symbols than really read — I think that's ...
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Are there other cruise ships in WALL•E universe?

In the beginning an advertisement said ships are leaving every day. But we only see one ship in the movie. As the title says; Are there other cruise ships in WALL•E universe?
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Why does Auto wake up the ship's captain when EVE returns?

When EVE returns to the ship, Auto is notified of the findings. He then proceeds to wake up the captain to let him know of the plant. Then they open EVE and don't find anything: Auto got rid of it due ...
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What kind of plant did EVE find?

In WALL•E, EVE found a plant when visiting Earth for a routine check. When reading this question about the plant, it is called a pea plant. However, it does not actually look much like a pea plant, ...
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In WALL•E, what kind of economy was used on the Axiom?

We never see any human do any kind of job on the Axiom, except for the Captain. However, on the 700th anniversary, the passengers all receive a free drink. Does that imply that they have to pay for ...
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Was the pea plant the first plant found in Wall-E?

We know that Wall-E finds the pea plant and Auto goes out of his way to destroy the evidence. But it looks a bit like those procedures had already been formed in the past. This begs the question: had ...