Superlative short here, mixing two (in my mind) incongruous films, WALL-E and Final Fantasy.
Does it work? Absolutely.
The intro is helpful, explaining WALL-E’s desire to depart Earth.
While other reviewers have expressed dismay with the open ending, that struck me as OK.
Adventures, especially spontaneous trips, are often unpredictable.
I like to think things will work out well for the small robot.
Someone could always craft a followup short.
Another great mash-up idea. The editing was perfect, if I hadn't seen the original films before I would almost think this might be a legitimate short film. As others have stated it would have been a little better with a more well defined ending but I don't think it detracts from the overall enjoyment too much. My only nitpick, and it is a nitpick, is the that ship noticeably changes because the ship from Wall-E and Final Fantasy don't have the same shape. Highly recommend!
This was the first short i watched and at the start i was a little pissed, because I thought the editor would just cut wall-e down to 10 minutes (i didn’t read the description on the page). Then the movie got a little darker and i thought “is this deliberate or is there an error with the color filter and even though one could tell that the dark “evening” atmosphere was added by an editor it was still neat – when the final fantasy ship landed this edit became a “holy *peep*” experience and yeah what can i say: this is the true spirit of consecution fanediting. Congrats to this great piece of editing.
And while i can understand some people complaining that it felt chopped of, i was so happy with every second of editing that everything past the spaceship landing was a treat