Wall-E

Damn this Wall-E movie — it is forcing me to use the word “cute” at every turn. How am I supposed to maintain my sense of masculinity if I am continually drawn to writing about this cute, cuddly, awesome looking film? It gives me a headache.

Then again, I am the guy who gave Baby Mama an A- grade this week… Maybe I should go check to make sure that my “man card” hasn’t gone missing.

Enough of that though, as I am sure you will agree with me, no matter who you are, that Wall-E is shaping up to be a great little flick with a lot of strong buzz. I am still not certain that it is going to make bank at the box office, but it looks like some of the best work that Pixar has done in a long time. And that is saying a lot, as they just laid down Ratatouille last year, a film that many believe to be their best ever since Toy Story.

This afternoon, the marketeers behind this cute little robot movie launched a brand new shiney widget that can be placed on your Facebook page, your MySpace page or even your own personal blog.

Since I don’t really have a “personal blog”, I am going to put the widget here:


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