Has the same problems as the first movie.
Despite being more heteronormative and less feminist than the book, it is, in its own way, very interesting, with its own perspective on faith and an unconventional love story.
It may not have an explicitly asexual protagonist, but it comes closer than any other movie I've seen.
It’s a nice change to see a film that can be shamelessly sentimental about friendship, family, political idealism – anything except sex.
Well, it certainly looks pretty, with Lili hardly the least pretty thing about it.
A film that takes faith seriously enough to laugh at it!
WALL-E and EVE may be robots, and thus free from sexual desire, but they still experience a full range of human emotions and express those emotions in very human ways.
Ever think of a piggy-back as one person rubbing their genitals against another person’s spine? Neither had I.
If you liked Finding Nemo you should enjoy this movie, which tells a similar story but with more focus on Dory.