If you haven't already done so, meet WALL-E, the latest animated superhero from Disney/Pixar. Released only three days ago, WALL-E shot straight to the top of the North American box office chart with takings of £31.3m ($62.5m), which isn't bad going for a trash-compacting robot in a post-apocalyptic world devoid of people. This is Pixar's ninth consecutive number one hit film, so it can safely claim to have cornered the market in popular art. Pixar shows up the Brit. Anti-art Establishment as pathetically corny, clueless and out of date.