First day, first show I had a choice of watching this or Wanted and figured Wall-E would be the better movie. I'll catch Wanted later this weekend. The movie follows the expected Pixar norm of a short preceding the feature and this was no exception. A very good quality short with it's own suitabilities but it doesn't compare to Wall-E. I can't say much without giving away plot details but suffice to say, this is the deepest movie I have seen yet from Pixar and, in my view, it is their best. I enjoyed Cars and Ratatouille delved deeper into relationships and emotions but neither can hold a candle to this masterpiece. The level of detail is significantly better than previous CG features and it allows us to be drawn in completely to the movie. Dialogue is at a very bare minimum but, like Tom Hanks' Castaway, the body language and situations provide all the information we need. The story is not exactly revolutionary but I am still thinking back to the feelings evoked and the pure enjoyment 5/5 OSNN stars, I can't think of anything bad to say about it Will be definitely watching it again this weekend.