WALL-E (2008) is an animated fantasy co-written and directed by Andrew Stanton about a trash compactor robot, WALL-E (Ben Burtt), who falls in love with a highly advanced reconnoissance robot, EVE (Elissa Knight), and follows her onto the Axiom, a spaceship commanded by Captain B. McCrea (Jeff Garlin) that houses refugees sent to live in space by the BNL CEO (Fred Willard).
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Captain: “Auto, things have changed! We’ve got to go back!”
Axiom’s Autopilot: “Sir, orders are “do not return to Earth. ”
Captain: “But life is sustainable now. Look at this plant. Green and growing. It’s living proof he was wrong.”
Axiom’s Autopilot: “Irrelevant, Captain.”
Captain: “What? It’s completely relevant! Out there is our home. Home, Auto. And it’s in trouble. I can’t just sit here and-and do nothing. That’s all I’ve ever done. That’s all anyone on this blasted ship has ever done. Nothing!”
Axiom’s Autopilot: “On the Axiom, you will survive.”
Captain: “I don’t want to survive. I want to live.”
- Interview: WALL-E’s Andrew Stanton (cinemablend.com)