This post, on the other hand, is about the brilliant end credit sequence. Not only do we catch a glimpse, in a combination of stills and light animation, what happens after the conclusion of the feature, but we also see the visual design of the titles transition from cave drawings through hieroglyphs, to impressionism, and even up to 8-bit video game graphics. Pixar outdoes themselves with their films quite often, and the attention to detail – artistic detail, mind you – in an oft skipped part of a movie was a surprise indeed. Give these folks a Best Picture nomination.
Okay, there are enough gushing reviews of Pixar’s latest release, Wall-E, that I needn’t muddy the waters with my lesser writing skills. I loved it. Best movie of the year so far in my opinion.