wall-e & eve-a, a love story
He: "I really enjoyed WALL-E!"
She: "It was wonderful. It looked so real I almost forgot it was animated."
He: "The short film they showed before it called Presto was also great! Really creative and funny."
She: "There were kids of all ages in the theater, including us :). Everyone seemed to enjoy both movies and weren't fidgeting around, including us. All Pixar movies seem to send the message - don't give up, you can do it."
He: "True. The main themes in WALL-E were about love and the trashing of Earth. I don't think there was anything unusually scary for kids, but there's always the customary tense moment at times. The situation about Earth was probably more "eye-opening" for the adults, but kids are pretty savvy these days."
She: "Man, I was so anxious at that one part. We better get with it, or we'll be lucky to end up on a cruise ship floating in space. I loved EVE-A (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator) and the M-O (Microbe-Obliterator), a cleaner-bot program with some serious OCD. Oh, and I really loved that WALL-E was a collector!”
He: "EVE-A had some qualities that reminded me of you."
She: "She was good with technology?!"
He: "Well ..."
She: "She was good with plants?!"
He: "Sure [I was thinking feisty, but I'll go with her answers to save myself ;)]."
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