Calebe S.S.’s review published on Letterboxd:
A lot of Pixar films were my all time favorite movies as a stupid child, movies such as Toy Story, A Bug's Life, and honestly, even Cars 1 AND 2. But while revisiting those movies last year, very few of them were as good to me now as much as they were good to me as a kid. Those being movies like Ratatouille, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc, and of course, Cars 2!... wait... oops, not that one, sorry Siegel. But anyways, let's talk about Wall-E already, shall we?
Wall-E is probably one of the most beautiful films I ever saw, even in terms of visuals, story, and music. Almost every shot can be considered like a work of art, especially during the first act. The score is very relaxing and laid-back, but it's really... REALLY memorable. And including songs from "Hello, Dolly!" into this whole mix, really makes this an unforgettable experience.
The characters are also really well written, but I woudn't say that this is a pure comedic fun Pixar film like Toy Story 2, but when it wants to be funny, it really is. And... it's Wall-E, what else do you want me to say? It's beautifuly written, beautifuly shot, beautifuly paced, it's everything that isn't an ugly film.