Tech Takeover

Tech Takeover
William Detaege

While starting out slow, the movie Wall-E hides many deeper meanings unbenounced to its younger viewers. While depicting a lonely robot, ironically named Wall-E stranded on a desolate, run down planet, the author, Andrew Stanton, conceived the idea that pollution could be a real hidden threat for our future. Throughout the movie this idea is brought up again and again, whether it’s obvious or not.

Utilizing the mental image of what earth could look like after many years of pollution and abuse. Stanton focuses on a robot left on earth with the job of cleaning up all of the trash humans left behind. Wall-E and his trusted cockroach sidekick continue ...

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including superhero movies (The Incredibles, by Brad Bird and Alan Barillaro), adventure (UP by Pete Docter and Bob Peterson), action (Cars by John Lasseter and Joe Ranft), and many more. Along with many of these “children” movies there lies a hidden message or a deeper meaning. For example, in the Pixar movie Inside Out by Pete Docter, Ronnie del Carmen, and Andrew Coats, shows a younger girl named Riley. Riley’s family has just moved from the Midwest to the bustling city of San Francisco. Showing how her emotions are working through creative and thought out characters who represent joy, sadness, anger, fear, and disgust, who all control her emotions and make memories. The deeper meaning behind this is the thought of how emotions work, along with memories. What many adults take out of this movie is a new idea of sadness. It needs to be embraced not pushed away. Sadness will clarify what was lost during childhood and allow them to move toward what is to be gained.

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to do was based on the film's love story, the last robot on Earth, the sentence that we first came up with in 1994. I said, 'I have to get everybody off the planet, and do it in a way that audiences get it without any dialogue.' So trash did that. You look at it, you just get it. It's a dump, you've gotta move it — even a little kid understands that.”

Pushing environmentalism, Wall-E hints at how the world got to be the way it was. With new technologies always coming out and making our lives easier, how can we not say that we could be becoming dependent on it. If you had the opportunity to have a chair that would drive you anywhere you wanted to go everyday so you could do ...

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Added: 11/13/2017 04:26:17 PM
Submitted By: Wdetaege
Category: Film & Theater
Type: Premium Paper
Words: 1467
Pages: 6

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