Carrie’s review published on Letterboxd:
When this movie was first coming out, I had a friend who said she didn't want to see it because it looked like there wasn't going to be any dialogue, but I knew from the first preview that I was going to love this movie.
Though there is barely any dialogue from the title character (I don't think he says anything beyond the occasional "Eve"), Wall-e still manages to have a wider range of relatable emotions than many other Disney/Pixar characters. Through the fantastic animation and short clips from "Hello Dolly!", Wall-e is able to express loneliness, fear, curiosity, joy, confusion, sadness, hope, and hopelessness, all with just his eyes and body language.
I can't review this movie without singling out the space dancing scene between Wall-e and Eve. It is beautifully animated and extremely touching and humanistic even though it exists between two robots. It still remains one of my favorite cinematic scenes to date.