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"WALL-E": Future Living Trivia Quiz


The thing that made me fall in love with "WALL-E" was not just the adorable robot, but the way the film addressed the future of the world and the human race.

A multiple-choice quiz by AcrylicInk. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
AcrylicInk
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
395,359
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
341
Awards
Top 5% quiz!
Last 3 plays: Guest 92 (9/10), Guest 73 (10/10), Guest 68 (10/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. It had no human life, but it did have rubbish piled higher than sky scrapers. Where did WALL-E work? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Which company owned all of the commercial enterprises at the beginning of "WALL-E", including the shops, the banks, train lines, and space travel companies? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. A rocket arrived to take EVE away. WALL-E held onto an exterior ladder and was taken away, too. What did the rocket have to crash through? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. In "WALL-E", how did humans get around on the Axiom spaceship? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. How did people speak to each other on the Axiom in "WALL-E"? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. EVE took the plant that WALL-E had found and transported it to the Axiom. Why did the autopilot try to destroy the plant? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Who defended WALL-E, EVE, and the plant from the Steward robots? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. In WALL-E, how did the Axiom get back to Earth? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. When the Axiom returned to Earth, WALL-E was damaged and out of power. Where did WALL-E get his energy from? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. The humans finally landed on Earth at the end of "WALL-E". Which of these things was the captain of the Axiom most excited about? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. It had no human life, but it did have rubbish piled higher than sky scrapers. Where did WALL-E work?

Answer: Earth

All of the humans had left. The plan was for them to live in space while an army of robots cleaned up all of the rubbish that had piled up on Earth. It was WALL-E's job to crush rubbish into cubes and stack them. He also collected items to take home along the way. The truck that he called home was full of odds and ends, like fairy lights, a Rubiks Cube, and a lighter.
2. Which company owned all of the commercial enterprises at the beginning of "WALL-E", including the shops, the banks, train lines, and space travel companies?

Answer: BnL (Buy n Large)

Shelby Forthright was CEO of the Buy n Large Corporation in "WALL-E". The film can be seen as a criticism of consumerism. BnL had a product for every need and want, and adverts for their products were everywhere. The company was not just on Earth, though.

The passengers onboard the starliner were incredibly susceptible to the BnL adverts that were all over the ship: as soon as they were told about blue outfits, everybody switched.
3. A rocket arrived to take EVE away. WALL-E held onto an exterior ladder and was taken away, too. What did the rocket have to crash through?

Answer: A layer of satellites

Not only was the Earth covered in clutter, but the outer edges of the planet's atmosphere were cluttered, too. The satellites orbiting Earth had become so numerous that they were floating side-by-side, often touching each other. The rocket that took EVE back to the Axiom spaceship had to crash through them as it left Earth. Just like consumerism, "WALL-E" criticised the environmental impact of humans and their waste.
4. In "WALL-E", how did humans get around on the Axiom spaceship?

Answer: In hovering chairs

Humans had robots to do everything for them onboard Axiom. They moved around in hover-chairs and if they fell out, they didn't even have to get up themselves: robots would come to do it for them. People were so used to everything being automatic, that Captain McCrea didn't even know how to open the ship's paperback instruction manual.
5. How did people speak to each other on the Axiom in "WALL-E"?

Answer: Through a video chat

People's hover-chairs had screens built into them. The screens would allow them to watch TV, be exposed to endless adverts, and chat to each other (even when they were sitting side-by-side). When WALL-E hopped onto a train, he spoke to a passenger face-to-face.

It appeared to be the first time she had seen the spaceship with her own eyes. She was amazed at the holographic adverts covering the ship. And she saw the pool for the first time - she didn't even know there was a pool until then!
6. EVE took the plant that WALL-E had found and transported it to the Axiom. Why did the autopilot try to destroy the plant?

Answer: The CEO declared Earth unsustainable.

The autopilot, called AUTO, had been told by the BnL CEO that Earth was (and always would be) inhospitable. AUTO was told to take command of the ship and never return to Earth. The plant that WALL-E and EVE had found growing on Earth ended up in an escape pod that was set the explode. WALL-E managed to save the plant and EVE delivered it straight to the captain.
7. Who defended WALL-E, EVE, and the plant from the Steward robots?

Answer: The malfunctioning robots

EVE was sent to diagnostics when her compartment opened up, but failed to reveal a plant. The captain assumed that she was broken and gave the instruction for her to be fixed. WALL-E followed her there and accidentally released all of the malfunctioning robots.

The was a hairdressing robot that would try to style absolutely anything, a vacuum cleaner that sneezed dust, and an umbrella that automatically turned inside out. Later in the film, EVE and WALL-E were trying to protect the plant. When the Stewards blocked their way down a corridor, the broken robots attacked the Stewards so that EVE and WALL-E could escape.
8. In WALL-E, how did the Axiom get back to Earth?

Answer: It used a hyperjump.

WALL-E and EVE managed to put the plant in the Holo-Detector chamber, which activated the hyperjump back to Earth. The hyperjump was a faster than light travel system. It enabled to ship and its passengers to arrive on Earth almost instantly. Vehicles achieving faster than light travel is common in sci-fi, but is impossible in reality. Well, for now at least.
9. When the Axiom returned to Earth, WALL-E was damaged and out of power. Where did WALL-E get his energy from?

Answer: The sun

WALL-E was a solar-powered robot. He was badly damaged while trying to save the plant, but EVE managed to repair him when they returned to Earth. She worked quickly, replacing all of his broken components, and then shot a hole in the roof of his home. WALL-E's power level increased using the sun's rays, but it appeared that he had reset and lost his personality.

Then EVE held his hand and the sentient WALL-E returned.
10. The humans finally landed on Earth at the end of "WALL-E". Which of these things was the captain of the Axiom most excited about?

Answer: Farming

The Axiom landed in a city with towering skyscrapers all around it. When the people left the ship, the captain put the plant in the ground and one of the little children watered it. Captain McCrea was excited about farming, especially about growing pizza plants! As the camera panned away at the end of the film, an array of tiny plants could be seen growing on a rubbish heap.
Source: Author AcrylicInk

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