I'm here in 2018 and it's still my favorite.
Weaknesses: The lack of dialogue can make this a tough watch for some. I've heard plenty of people who couldn't get into the movie because of this. It can come across as boring if you aren't willing to put the time in for the story to reward you.
Overall: A beautifully crafted story told in a way that really makes you feel. The animation is top notch, the characters are easy to invest in, it's sweet, and tells a brilliant love story. The genius of it all is honestly underrated. A classic.
The dire, desolate setting of our planet's future is unnerving, a vast stretch of crumbling skyscrapers and wind-swept fast food wrappers, but we can't get too down in the dumps about it because the one little refuse-collecting bot at the center of it all is so deeply enamored with the place. Amidst evidence of the very worst of human nature, we're also reminded of its most redeeming qualities, and experience many of them through fresh eyes. Wall-E takes the time to appreciate things that our obsessively screen-gazing descendants miss (an uncomfortably prescient prediction, that) and, as we're along for the ride with him this time, we do, too. Spirited, fantastical sci-fi with an artist's heart and a clear message. It's ten years old, but it looks like it could've been released ten minutes ago.