Just in time for Earth Day, here’s a modern classic from Pixar.

Hundreds of years in the future, mankind has turned the surface of the planet into a giant garbage pile where nothing can grow, and are now living on a space station. Meanwhile, an optimistic little robot called WALL·E remains on Earth, working to clean the mess. When a shiny new robot comes looking for signs of life, WALL·E follows her to space, where he’s excited to meet other robots and, for the first time, humans.

But humans have become lazy and over-reliant on technology, and hardly know anything about the history of the world they left behind. What’s even worse, the space station’s central AI system is intent on keeping things that way. So it’s up to WALL·E and his new robot friends to help humanity reclaim their home world.

Both hilarious and thought-provoking, WALL·E serves as an inspiring and encouraging reminder of our unique God-given role as stewards of creation. It’s rated G and appropriate for the whole family.

Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
Rated G
USCCB rating: A-I
95% on Rotten Tomatoes
IMDb Parents Guide
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