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Movies Quiz: WALL-E | 10 Questions


This Pixar animated film shows us a future time, when the Earth has been abandoned due to too much garbage. Left behind to clean up that garbage, WALL-E makes a find that gives the people new hope.

A multiple-choice quiz by skunkee. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
skunkee
Time
3 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
294,112
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
5388
Awards
Top 5% quiz!
Last 3 plays: Guest 172 (3/10), Guest 172 (3/10), matthewpokemon (8/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. When we meet WALL-E, he is tirelessly cleaning up the masses of garbage left behind on Earth. Who or what is his one companion? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. At the end of the day, WALL-E takes his lunch box back to his home. How does he amuse himself in the evening? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. WALL-E takes his lunch box with him every day, but he uses it to collect things from among the garbage he is cleaning up. What does he find when he pries the door off of what looks like an old refrigerator? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. When EVE arrives, she tries to communicate with WALL-E, using various different languages. What English word does WALL-E respond to? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. WALL-E becomes quite smitten with EVE. He shows her his movie and offers her all his treasures. What does she do when he offers her the plant? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. EVE is picked up by the rocket that dropped her off and WALL-E tags along. When they get back to the mother ship, the Axiom, what has happened to the people? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. EVE's finding of the plant, a "confirmed specimen of photosynthesis", causes quite a stir with the Captain and the robots. According to the manual, what does it mean? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Auto's assistant tries to destroy the plant by putting it in a pod which is fired into space and exploded. WALL-E is in the same pod and escapes, before the explosion, with the plant intact. How does he propel himself in space? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. Why is Auto so set on stopping the ship from returning to Earth? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. What do we see the Captain doing at the end of the movie? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. When we meet WALL-E, he is tirelessly cleaning up the masses of garbage left behind on Earth. Who or what is his one companion?

Answer: a cockroach

The cockroach can be seen sitting on WALL-E's shoulder and running around him. This little piece of humour probably stems from the urban legend that cockroaches can survive anything, including a nuclear war. The fact that they have been around since the time of the dinosaurs, and that they can live even after their heads have been chopped off contributes to this myth, which has been proven to not be true. Pixar has fun with the legend though, showing the cockroach to survive many mishaps, including blasts from EVE's blasters.
WALL-E stands for Waste Allocation Load Lifter - Earth class.
2. At the end of the day, WALL-E takes his lunch box back to his home. How does he amuse himself in the evening?

Answer: He watches an old movie.

WALL-E does enjoy watching old movies on VHS and seems to have a particular affection for the musical "Hello Dolly", as he watches the same scene over and over again.
WALL-E's batteries are solar charged and being a robot he has no need to eat. We do see him making repairs to himself, using parts from other similar robots that are no longer functioning.
3. WALL-E takes his lunch box with him every day, but he uses it to collect things from among the garbage he is cleaning up. What does he find when he pries the door off of what looks like an old refrigerator?

Answer: a plant

WALL-E takes the plant and repots it in an old boot. The plant is just a small seedling, but it is pivotal to the plot, as it later convinces the humans that Earth is ready to sustain life again. It is not clear that the plant is in a refrigerator, but it is definitely behind a heavy panel of some sort. How the plant is growing cut off from the sunshine is not explained.
WALL-E does find a diamond ring in a blue velvet box, but it is not behind anything heavy. WALL-E tosses away the ring and keeps the velvet box.
4. When EVE arrives, she tries to communicate with WALL-E, using various different languages. What English word does WALL-E respond to?

Answer: directive

WALL-E's directive is to compact trash, and he responds to the word when spoken in English. EVE stands for Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator, and her directive is to seek out plant life on Earth and return it to the ship Axiom. The concept of directive later turns out to be an important one, as EVE tries to get WALL-E back into a pod to return to Earth.

He wants her to come with him, but her directive won't allow her to leave.
5. WALL-E becomes quite smitten with EVE. He shows her his movie and offers her all his treasures. What does she do when he offers her the plant?

Answer: She puts it inside her body and shuts down.

EVE recognizes the plant as what she has been sent to find. She puts in inside the main compartment of her body, which then shows a green plant icon on the front. Her directive fulfilled, she shuts down completely and waits to be picked up by the ship that dropped her off. WALL-E's attempts to revive her and care for her are quite touching.
6. EVE is picked up by the rocket that dropped her off and WALL-E tags along. When they get back to the mother ship, the Axiom, what has happened to the people?

Answer: They have become obese and are unable to walk without assistance.

In a flashback, the people of Earth are shown boarding these massive cruise type airships. The original plan is for them to live on these ships for five years while Earth is cleaned up and made hospitable again. However the plan hasn't worked and they are in the 700th year of what was to be a five year cruise.

They spend their time lying around in flying, propelled chairs and all their activities (except ingesting food) are done holographically. They have become very large and have lost bone mass.

A couple of times we see someone knocked out of their chair, unable to move without assistance from a robot.
7. EVE's finding of the plant, a "confirmed specimen of photosynthesis", causes quite a stir with the Captain and the robots. According to the manual, what does it mean?

Answer: that it's time to go home

The manual informs the Captain that the existence of plant life indicates that the Earth, once too toxic to support it, is now clean enough for the people to go home. The Captain has the computer show him scenes of Earth and he gets very excited about going back. Auto, the auto-pilot seems determined to stop that from happening.
8. Auto's assistant tries to destroy the plant by putting it in a pod which is fired into space and exploded. WALL-E is in the same pod and escapes, before the explosion, with the plant intact. How does he propel himself in space?

Answer: with a fire extinguisher

EVE has the capacity for flight, but WALL-E does not. He grabs a fire extinguisher and propels himself through zero gravity by shooting it off in small bursts. In this way he and EVE dance through space. When EVE finds that he has saved the plant, she give him a "kiss", after which the dance is even better!
9. Why is Auto so set on stopping the ship from returning to Earth?

Answer: He has been given a directive by the BnL CEO that it was not safe.

The cruise in space was supposed to last five years, after which time the Earth was supposed to be clean enough for people to return and start again. At the end of the five year period, Auto got a message from the CEO of the company in charge of the clean-up, telling him that Earth was too toxic and they were abandoning the project. Auto was told not to return to Earth.

In the 700 years since that time, the Earth has cleansed herself of her toxins, if not her garbage.
10. What do we see the Captain doing at the end of the movie?

Answer: planting seeds

The Captain overthrows Auto and sets a course for Earth. They are dismayed to find how much garbage is still there (because WALL-E seems to be the only Waste Allocation Load Lifter that is still operational), but the toxicity is indeed gone.
The Captain, standing on his own feet, is planting the plant and telling the children that plants will grow from seeds. He lists the different kinds of plants that would grow, one of them being a pizza plant!
Source: Author skunkee

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