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Damian Campo over 4 years ago
Short film that occurs in parallel to the Wall-E story. It's not a surprising film.
Adam Meehan over 5 years ago
Short changed little film. Could have been great without the need for WALL-E et al.
Faux Name almost 6 years ago
A really cool short film.. If you've not seen this gem you're missing out!
Rowan Humphreys over 6 years ago
great little short
Lu mar almost 7 years ago
cute short watch it!
John Smith 7 years ago
A cute short. Very re-watchable really cute.
Marios Pikridas over 7 years ago
Carlos Méndez Felice over 7 years ago
is a short film derivated from wall-e and is hilarious, poor robot! :(
Lauge Johnsen over 7 years ago
Amazing shortfilm from Pixar. Love it!
長部亮志(おさべりょうじ) almost 8 years ago
Herbe Astrale over 1 year ago
Jaclyn Baros over 2 years ago
Emily Howard-Kishi almost 3 years ago
Anastasia 3 years ago
Eleanore Deery over 4 years ago
Gavin Lewis over 4 years ago
Phetcharat over 4 years ago
Drew K over 4 years ago
BURN-E is a short film by Pixar Animation Studios. Its protagonist, a repair robot named BURN-E, is a minor character from the feature-length movie WALL-E. BURN-E stands for "Basic Utility Repair Nano Engineer". BURN-E was produced at the same time as WALL-E and was directed by the feature film's lead animator, Angus MacLane. The short movie is included as bonus material to the DVD and Blu-ray releases of WALL-E and has since also been aired on TV. BURN-E features music composed and conducted by J.A.C. Redford, who was also orchestrator on the film WALL-E. The BURN-E character is first seen briefly as a welder robot in WALL-E when WALL-E and EVE fly around the Axiom starliner, and enter through a door, locking him outside of the ship. BURN-E is seen banging his fists against the door, and ultimately realizing that he has been locked out. The film is intercut with scenes from WALL-E, which takes place concurrently.
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