I'd like to open with a tribute to the 3D in this movie. The animation was smooth, well-coordinated, and actually believable; the textures and lighting effects (not to mention particles) were fantastic...all in all, the Pixar people managed to create a totally loveable robot, aided in part by his too-cute voice and the expressive, giant binocular eyes. It's quite ironic to see something where robots have more feeling than the people...but oh well. Go see it, have some fun, don't analyze anything. Why do people ruin perfectly good books and movies by analyzing them?

It's a question for the ages, along with: why do parents think it's okay to bring their toddlers to the theater if they can't shut them up?

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