WALL*E. He is a cockroach who is both a buddy and a pet for Wall*E. Hal is extraordinarily tough; despite being trodden on by Wall*E a multiple times and shot by Eve, he never suffers any injury. Hal enjoys eating Kremies as a snack. When Hal dies, he becomes part of the wall.
This movie explains that cockroaches will die but their bodies will become part of the wall so they're not really dead.
I think this idea was used because it's sad when animals die and you want to make sure that they are dead before you put them out of their misery. Also, using cockroaches in movies is very popular so people will know what happens to them even if they aren't eaten.
There is no way for WALL*E to escape from the factory because there is no door or window that would lead away from it. Even if there was, there is no way for him to open it because all the buttons on his body have been removed.
When Hal dies, he joins another cockroach named Eliot who already lives in the wall. After watching this movie again recently, I realized that Hal doesn't actually die until after he eats Kremie soup. However, since cockroaches can live for several months without food, we can assume that he survived at least that long.
He is a cockroach who is both a buddy and a pet for Wall-E. Hal is extraordinarily tough; after being trodden on by Wall-E and shot by Eve, he remains unharmed. He stays on Earth when Wall-E departs because Wall-E instructs him to. When EVE malfunctions, she sends out a signal that attracts two other robots, which kill Hal.
When Wall-E first arrives on Earth, he finds it beautiful but also dangerous. At least one of the plants has attacked someone before (which explains the scar) and there are many more that could do so again. So Wall-E cries as a protective mechanism: to avoid being attacked himself.
That's hard to say since we don't know much about most robots from history, but I would give it to Marvin the Martian because he was able to survive on Mars even though it isn't very hospitable to life. And even though robots have improved a lot since then, it's still quite difficult for them to live on other planets because they need energy to operate and most planets in our galaxy are too far away from their suns to provide enough energy for survival.
Marvin was originally designed by scientists at the University of Arizona to explore Mars and study its environment.
A part in the film He is a cockroach who is both a buddy and a pet for Wall-E. When Wall-E dies, so does Hal.
Nowadays, cockroaches are considered disgusting by most people because they believe that they can transmit diseases. However, that's not true! Cockroaches are actually very beneficial for humans and other animals because they eat leftover food that others would refuse and also poop out dead bodies which is where much of our oxygen comes from. Also, cockroaches have been used in medicine for hundreds of years to treat burns and insect bites because of their natural products called pyrethroids.
In conclusion, cockroaches are only useful and beneficial instead of disgusting and harmful like most people think them to be. There are many types of insects but only a few of them are dangerous. Of the dangerous ones, the cockroach is probably the least dangerous. They can survive in harsh conditions and even eat toxic chemicals so they cannot get hurt by them. That's why they're able to live near us without any problems.
When EVE malfunctions, she leaves Hal behind so that he can tell others of mankind.
In an interview with CNET News.com, Andrew Dyce, who played Hal, said that although cockroaches are hardy creatures that can survive in almost any environment, they do not like heat or cold. Also, they cannot stand water at all; if there is even a little drop on them, they will die instantly. Dyce also said that although cockroaches can be found everywhere in Hollywood, they were actually built in California.
Wall-E was created by Pixar director Andrew Stanton. The movie is about a robot who becomes stranded on Earth after his pilot dies. Instead of destroying Wall-E, as most people would do, Eve decides to protect him. She teaches him how to eat cheese (because robots need to eat too) and how to love.
Stanton has said that he wanted to create a character that kids would want to read about. Thus, he decided to make Wall-E a robot because kids would feel sorry for him.
Even after being stuck inside Wall*E for years, he still lives until the end of the movie when he finally meets his demise at the hands of Eve.
In case you were wondering, yes, the cockroach in Wall-E did die. However, this doesn't mean that the rest of Earth will be infested with these insects. In fact, the opposite is true: since Hal died, it can be assumed that he passed on his genes to another cockroach which then led to many more halvies being born. Thus, reducing the number of insect species on Earth.
Wall-E (Waste A llocator Load Lifter-Earth Class) is a robot that appears in both BURN-E and WALL-E. He keeps a cockroach named Hal as a pet. Wall-E is a robot who cleaned the Earth while humans were aboard the Axiom spacecraft. He looks like a smaller, more cubic Johnny-5 from Short Circuit.
Hal was originally an insectoid life form called a "neurocerous cryptovore", which ate organic material and converted it into energy for itself using the neurons of its prey. As long as there was organic material to eat, it would not go looking for food itself. However, when exposed to radiation, it would seek out other organisms to consume, thus protecting itself against extinction.
In Burn-E, this fact is used by Eve when she gives Wall-E an order: "Eat your friend." When this command is given to Hal, he begins eating himself until only his brain is left which causes him to do whatever Eve commands him to do. In Wall-E, this fact is used when Eve tells Wall-E to clean Jackson's body so that it will still be alive when the planet is restored back to its original state.
Burn-E also reveals that robots like Wall-E are made in factories where they are assembled with simple tools like hand drills and pneumatic guns. Sometimes their components have been stolen over time to be reused on other robots (such as the battery from Hal being used in Eve).