5 WonderfulChinry | 07/09/2008 | See all Chinry's reviews (148)Top 100 Reviewer Top 10 Music Reviewer This film has a heart and a charm about it I cannot put in to words. The simplicity of the characters mixed with a very old style love story makes this, in my opinion, a delight of an animated story.Wall-E himself is an easy character to empathise with, very much alone but still battling on and making the best of his situation. His rusty, weather beaten image contrasts wonderfully with the sleek and clean Eve, wo initially is just as sterile as her image would suggest. Wall-E's instant dedication to her is nothing short of sweet, and the fact they are both robots never becomes an issue against their romance.Of course the sub-political message of how humans will gradually become completely dependant on technology is there, but it doesn't take over the film and in the end suggests man's resiliance to carry on. Wall-E remains the star but the humans still play a big enough part to not dedicate the film to one little robot.I think if I were a young child parts of this film would bore me. The lack of speech however is probably what delights the youngest the most, while older children can appreciate the humour and adults can appreciate the romance.One film can never appeal to everyone, and I know people who weren't too impressed by Wall-E, but I for one fell in love just as quick as the main character himself.