The fact that Wall-E has raked in $184 million when it’s leading characters can only speak each other’s names is downright astounding. Don’t get me wrong, though. I thoroughly enjoyed the movie and I’m contemplating dropping the $249 necessary to own my very own remote-controlled Wall-E robot that does a gaggle of really cool things. He follows you around or roams freely and he has 1,000 action sequence combos to choose from. He’s even got audio, motion and obstacle sensors with three in the front and one in the back. You can even plug in your MP3 player with the cable that’s provided. The little trash compacting robot does a whole lot more.
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