Latest WALL-E Stories

2008-08-07 21:00:19

By REBECCA HANSON By now, practically everybody who does not live under a rock has bought a ticket to this summer's many blockbusters.

2008-08-03 06:00:17

By Frank Gabrenya, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Aug. 3--With all due respect to Batman, the Joker and fans of dark crime dramas, the best-reviewed movie of 2008 is an animated feature rated G.

2008-07-24 15:00:46

By ALICIA ANSTEAD While summer on the coast of Maine is defined by outdoor activities such as boating and hiking and tanning, for much of the rest of the state - and indeed the country - the most popular seasonal activity is going to the movies.

2008-07-20 09:00:28

By Jonathan Romney Earth is an abandoned rubbish tip void of life ...

2008-07-20 00:00:23

In this delightful film the technical wizards at Pixar - which made Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles - dispel the myth that size matters.

2008-07-19 00:00:26

T he technical wizards at Pixar (Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles) dispel the myth that size matters in their latest computer-animated fable.

2008-07-18 06:00:35

THERE isn't a trace of the Alien action hero about Sigourney Weaver as she describes her latest role in Pixar blockbuster WALL-E (pronounced Wally). Dressed demurely in peach, the trademark tough demeanour which shot her to fame is long gone.

2008-07-16 15:00:39

THE newest star in Hollywood has been out and about in Edinburgh ahead of the release of his summer blockbuster. WALL-E, a small, unsophisticated-looking robot, is widely expected to be one of the cinema hits of the season.

2008-07-16 09:00:53

Conservatives love to complain about Hollywood liberalism, but most of the political films that shuffle through the cineplexes are standard-issue leftie hackwork that neither persuade nor succeed. You can see them coming a mile away.

2008-07-13 03:00:18

By Michael Gerson For a children's movie, "WALL-E" begins with startling bleakness: epic landscapes of the Earth buried under the waste of endless human wants.

Word of the Day
  • A person in a secondary role, specifically the second most important character (after the protagonist).
The word 'deuteragonist' comes from a Greek word meaning 'an actor of second-class parts'.