*Caution: Movie Spoiler Alert*--per request
It all started with a family gathering. From there, it turned into a horror movie for me. For all you that have seen the recent Pixar Disney movie,
WALL-E, you might be able to recognize some of the blunt symbolism that is in there, and also the more subtle ones too.
The evidence is scattered around the web, so I decided to pull it together for you.
Here I'm going to bring you some rather interesting conclusions about the Top Animated Movie of 2008 that might intrigue you.
First, a brief synopsis
The Wikipedia summary will do it for those who haven't watched it, and I don't want to waste too much space with a summary. It's a quick read, and
chances are, you've seen the movie.
WALL-E was meant not to show viewers environmental dangers, but to be a love story. I think some part are different. First of all, the protagonist is
WALL-E, he moves the story alone. The antagonist is the auto pilot and robots. They are trying to get WALL-E while on board the human ship.
I must say that the Auto Pilot looks eerily similar to HAL, but that has nothing to do with it. the autopilot is effectively carrying out top-secret
orders from a message sent years ago. In order to do this, the Autopilot silences anyone in his way. Including the captain. This will play a part
I think that, if they were trying to hide symbolism in the movie, would be trying to represent the past life, and the robots as evil, NWO, elitist.
First, when you watch the movie, all the humans inboard the giant ship are otherwise ignorant of each other, and of the ship, and why they are there.
Demonstrated by a synopsis on two characters in the movie:
John Ratzenberger and Kathy Najimy as John and Mary, respectively. John and Mary are both humans who live on the Axiom and, as such, are largely
unaware of their surroundings. However, after chance encounters with WALL-E, they are awakened to the world around them and to each other, and fall in
They are quite literally, awakened to there surroundings and their predicament. If you believe the NWO, would seem eerily true today. The people
represent us. Are huge consumers, largely unaware, do not care, and largely ignorant.
Now trying to represent the ship as the NWO. The human ship, the Axion, is owned by a freakin corporation! That is a dead give away, showing that our
society is basically owned by society. The corporation, Buy'N' Large, some freakish Walmart/Target of the future, literally controls all aspects of
the peoples lives. Food, sleeping, necessities, water, waste, and running the ship.
In the plot of the movie, it turns out that in the end, they find out that the ENTIRE TIME. The "autopilot" has been running things forever. They
were clueless! It might correlate to the NWO and how they are running things under our noses. If you seen the movie, do you not agree?
I think that some evidence is visually represented by the ship. The following clip is the only clip I can find of what I want, it is some rip of
video, but I want you to pay attention to video, not sound.
Look at the sliding door in the background. It looks like the UN symbol.
UN Symbol: wiki.urbandead.com...
Video: At 15 seconds, you get the best view: www.youtube.com...
It suspiciously looks like the UN symbol. Could this be representing the evils of the UN/NWO?
It has many real parodies of our real society and might be hinting at what is coming? It might be hinting at what our society is doing now.
Anybody have any insight on this, or find this slightly disturbing?
*I apologize if I didn't get my point across the best, for those who have seen the movie, have they seen any correlations?
[edit on 17-1-2009 by truth_seeker3]