Summer Film Series: "WALL-E"
George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
College Station, TX
This film takes place in the 29th century, a time where Earth has become an absolute wasteland, and a time where humans live on large spaceships, due to inhabitability of what we once called home. WALL-E, a robot that is built to pick up the trash left behind, is the only robot left of his kind. His 700-year, mundane, daily routine began to encourage WALL-E to wonder and hope if there is anything or anyone else in the universe. And then EVE shows up. Join us to see what adventures EVE and WALL-E endure together! “WALL-E” is rated G, and is an hour and 38 minutes long.
Bring your blankets and lawn chairs as we enjoy this film under the stars. Games and free refreshments (while supplies last) will begin at 7 p.m., and the movie will start just after sundown. You may bring your coolers, but please no pets or glass containers.
This movie is being shown in conjunction with the newest exhibit at the Bush Library and Museum, "Wit and Humor: American Political Cartoons." This exhibit explores how cartoons have changed since the early days of the Republic. Throughout the exhibit, important cartoons from artists regarded as giants in their field, like Thomas Nast and Patrick Oliphant, are highlighted. Using symbols, imagery, and humor, cartoonists have played a special role in helping average Americans make sense of tumultuous and complex events we experience in our increasingly connected world. “Wit and Humor" will be on display until January 5, 2020. Don’t miss the opportunity to check out this exhibit.
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