||Budding romance between WALL-E and EVE.
WALL-E discovers a discarded brassiere, and plays around with it.
||There is no gore. The character of EVE does shoot a futuristic, fictional gun, but she does not hit any characters, only inanimate objects (a TV screen, the hull of a spaceship, etc.) and WALL-E's pet cockroach (but the cockroach crawls out of the hole created by the blast shaking off dust and unhurt).
WALL-E's pet cockroach gets squashed a few times, but each time pops back up perfectly fine.
Some slapstick violence involving WALL·E getting hit by shopping carts and pipes, falling down stairs, and so forth.
EVE spins around with increasing speed while her arms are outstretched, eventually knocking WALL·E into a wall and breaking one of the cameras he uses for eyes. He's able to replace the camera and doesn't have any other apparent damage.
There is a quick shot in the film where one robot character falls some distance and breaks apart upon hitting the ground.
Cartoonish fight scene involving human vs robot in which the human is thrown around and poked in the eyes at least once.
A robot thrusts a "taser" into another robot for a period of time until he passes out and falls down a garbage-chute.
Two robots get compacted into enormous trash cubes and just barely avoid being ejected into space.
A robot barely avoids getting blown up when the vehicle he's in is set to self-destruct (but he ends up okay)
An injured robot gets injured further tring to stop a platform from sinking back into the floor. (we see him lifeless after the platform goes back up)
A robot manages to destroy dozens of robots in a few seconds.
||One use of "heck."
A robot says something that could be interpreted as "crap" at least once, maybe twice.
||With a setting built on a future culture of extreme consumerism, including a trash-covered and uninhabitable Earth and the infantilization and physical helplessness of humanity, the overall film is quite deep and thematically dark.
A moment during the opening scene shows WALL·E treading through several "dead" WALL·E units. This may be unsettling to some.
Scenes in which the robot EVE menacingly uses her powerful energy gun to fire at WALL·E and his pet cockroach.
A running theme is that WALL·E falls instantly in love with EVE, and is desperate for any sign that she returns his affection, but she keeps shutting him down until the end.
WALL·E is clearly dejected when EVE goes into "hibernation" mode after first receiving the plant.
Some scenes of WALL·E being frightened/damaged/nearly crushed/put in danger which may seem emotional/frightening due to his being more "alive" than most other robots.
There is a scene where several humans are almost crushed by runaway people transporters, However, they are saved by EVE.