Feature Film Program

Queens Drive-In: WALL-E

A tiny robot becomes humanity’s greatest hope in one of Pixar’s most poignant works.

Wed Oct 14 7:00 PM

The Film

A tiny robot becomes humanity’s greatest hope in one of Pixar’s most poignant works.

WALL-E

Andrew Stanton | US | 97

With its wide-set E.T.-like eyes and tiny, motorized R2D2 body, trash compactor Wall-E is one of Pixar’s most poignant creations. Left all alone on a patch of a now uninhabitable Earth, the lonely robot has no friends other than an indestructible cockroach and finds pleasure in repeated viewings of an old VHS of Hello, Dolly! Wall-E’s routine is disrupted by the appearance of a sleek newer-model robot, the beginning of a mission that will take them both to the spaceship that is the final outpost for a possibly doomed humanity. Vivid animation and superb character effects make for a remarkably textured journey that also functions as a trenchant social satire. Part of the Wednesday Night Movies series of free screenings presented by Queens Borough President Sharon Lee. Rated G.

Event Details

7:00 PM
Doors Open & Pre-Show Begins
8:00 PM
Film Begins
Part of the Wednesday Night Movies series of free screenings presented by Queens Borough President Sharon Lee.

All Queens Drive-In attendees will need to enter via the 111th Street/49th Avenue entrance to the New York Hall of Science. There will be no access from the Grand Central Parkway. Please take the Long Island Expressway to the 108th Street exit, and take local streets to the entrance for all vehicles on 49th Avenue and 111th Street. Signs and staff members will direct you to the Drive-In upon arrival.

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Venue

Queens Drive-In at The New York Hall of Science

47-01 111th St, Corona, NY 11368

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