I can't say as I blame them, what with the robots to wait on you and take care of your every need who could remember something as insignificant as earth. I think that this is a great cautionary tale to help us remember to be green and conserve what we can while we can.
There are some really wonderfully created scenes in the film, especially noteworthy is the scene where Wall-E and Eve are flying together in space. It's beautiful to see the Aerial display that the two put on, this is a great scene that is really cool. The scenes where eve's rocket ship lands and takes off are some really great scenes as well. Special effects are great, and the whole movie really makes you feel like you are viewing these two robots go about their lives.
There is something interesting to see about the differences of the people and the robots in the film. In many ways the humans are acting like robots and the robots act very much like humans. Perhaps this was intentional given the subject matter of this movie.
As I'm sure you know by now, I am all about endings making or breaking the movie. This movie is no exception to that rule, I have to say I was pretty happy with the way this movie turns out. Is humanity holding hands in a field of flowers singing drinking coke, not exactly. However you can see that they are starting to get it and perhaps the world might actually be a better place when they are finished.
I give this movie four out of five smiley Mike heads.
Perhaps if they would have left out a bit of the drama at the end I might have given it five smiley Mike heads.