I saw WALL-E and it has to be perhaps my favorite animated film of this kind. One of the BEST sci-fi messages on alot of levels. It sums up that, we should not be so dependent on "technology" because in the end, it makes us lazy. And that, while space travel for long periods, is a nice Star Trek fantasy, it perhaps is just that-the reality is we'll just become fat, boneless blobs waited on hand and foot by technology that in the end, is the master. Humans were made for earth either by a series of accidents or, a Creator who as a cosmic intelligence, set things in motion(I tend to believe the latter) like evolution. The statement it makes is that earth is a pretty good planet and we'd better take care of it and not destroy it with pollution, global warming and so on, and then abandon it(as is the situation we find poor Wall-e in charge of) with trash, from this big-boxmart corporate throwaway culture.
The end credits are worth the whole film alone. I won't say what they are based around. But it made me misty-eyed. Really.
Irene Gallo also has some nice words for the film AND some rare covers by one of my favorite artists of the 50's and 60's, Mel Hunter and his robots: http://igallo.blogspot.com/2008/07/random-late-night-wall-eizing.html
Beyond that, I'm resting abit watching some DVD movies, staying cool. And exercising(if there is one thing WALL-E did is that it made me do some extra laps on the treadmill) because nothing really pressing is due at present.