In the widely successful children’s story, Wall-E, released by Disney-Pixar in 2008, children as well as adults were painted a picture of a dystopian society. Adults got the message that Andrew Stanton, the film’s director, was trying to send about the pollution problem humans were creating. But with the distraction of the adorable, humanoid robots, Wall-e and Eve, as well as the monstrous wastelands that Wall-e is programed to clean up, we might not get the feeling of the pleasant dystopia. People were perfectly content to loose all bone mass and walking function because they were handed everything they needed. They led lives of leisure and excess, and by doing so they slowly lost their humanity.Frightful isn’t it?