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Thread: WALL-E - anyone seen it ? advice needed please

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    Looks super cute - I believe he is effectively a robotic womble - question is are there any scary bits in it as this will hopefully be the first film we take the kids to. Considering all they have seen and done it seems remarkable but they are both frightened of the cinema.

    Forewarned is foreearmed so what bits do we need to look out for?

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    I haven't seen the film but really want to it looks brilliant

    I have you seen trailers here and it doesn't look scary.









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    thanks Wendy - that why we thought it might be a good start

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    When you've seen it you can write a trip report telling us all about it :wink:









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    :dozey: I think we both know that just isn't going to happen

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    it was worth a try









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    Taking Steven at some point over the holiday. This will be his third cinema trip. First was Meet The Robinsons and he got up and walked out 20 minutes from the end as he'd had enough. Second was Ratatouille with Adrian and he stayed to the end this time but needed lots of snacks to make him sit still. This time I'm taking duct tape with me.

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    Saw it with the Baleigh....there's a thread about it somewhere 'round here...Guess it depends on what you call scary, but all in all I'd say no...though there were a few "menacing" robots in a couple of scenes...




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    yeh.. some of the robots where a bit menacing but they might be too young to click on.. as they don't really took its all done through 'body' langauge.

    It's a BRILLIANT film and really really funny too! Me and Jade LOVED it!
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    My DGK's loved Wall E...the youngest (4) was so excited about this movie that before it was even over she was pestering me to buy the DVD!
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