Wall-E

Oblivious Hollywood and Its New Movie ‘Oblivion’

Written by Rachel Redfern Tom Cruise’s latest movie, Oblivion, is exactly that, a movie about Tom Cruise; upon watching, it felt as though any other character had been thrown in as an after-thought, which obviously denied them of any personality or importance to the plot. This of course leaves one with the odd idea that […]

Women in Science Fiction Week: WALL-E

WALL-E (2008) This post written by Editor and Co-Founder Amber Leab was originally published at Bitch Flicks on April 13, 2009.  While the beginning of WALL-E is a lovely silent film (and would’ve been a fantastic short film), when you brush away the artifice and the adorable little robots, all you have is standard Disney […]

Animated Children’s Films: From the Archive: WALL-E – The Flick-Off

WALL-E (2008) Originally published in April 2009. While the beginning of WALL-E is a lovely silent film (and would’ve been a fantastic short film), when you brush away the artifice and the adorable little robots, all you have is standard Disney fare: a male protagonist and a female helper, told from his perspective. Why the […]

The Flick-Off: WALL-E

The Flick-Off is a new series in which we give a quick–but smart–rip to movies that tick us off. I know, right: a rebuke of a Disney/Pixar cartoon? About robots? Yes–and it deserves it. While the beginning of WALL-E is a lovely silent film (and would’ve been a fantastic short film), when you brush away […]