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Saturday, September 15, 2007

SNMR 3.26: "A Bug's Life"

Tonight's SNMR feature is "A Bug's Life" (1998, G, 96 minutes), starring the voice talents of Dave Foley, Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, Kevin Spacey, Richard Kind, Phyllis Diller, Roddy McDowell, Denis Leary, Jonathan Hyde-Pierce, Jon Ratzenberger, Jonathan Harris, Madeline Kahn, Bonnie Hunt and Brad Garrett. The film was directed by John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton.

As soon as this film came out on video, I bought it for V and M (and for me, too). Then I bought it on DVD. I've seen this movie many times with them. I'm really surprised that this is the first Disney/Pixar film that SNMR has
reviewed.

From the DVD's dust case:
Journey inside the world of bugs in this Epic of miniature proportions. Crawling with imaginative characters, hilarious laughs and colorful animation. Walt Disney Pictures' Presentation of A PIXAR Animation Studios Film, A Bug's Life, will delight everyone - young, old or six-legged.


From Martin and Porter's DVD & Video Guide, p. 158:
The story features an industrious worker ant whose inventive talents place his colony in peril from a band of marauding grasshoppers, Determined to compensate for the trouble he has caused, the little fellow undertakes a dangerous journey to "the city", where he hopes to find some resourceful "warrior bugs" for a final reckoning with the grasshoppers. This film is witty, humorously animated and lots of fun.


This is Disney/Pixar's second full length feature film offering and it is just as good as Toy Story. The script is excellent, the voice cast is awesome and the computer animation is top notch. Even though this is a kids movie, there is plenty for an adult audience, too. This film get five out of five stars.

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3 Comments:

At 16 September, 2007 23:44, Blogger Kayla said...

I watched this with my niece and nephew..very cute..I was just as entertained as they!

 
At 17 September, 2007 05:28, Blogger DaBich said...

Adorable movie. Plenty there for adults as well. =D

 
At 17 September, 2007 09:34, Blogger scribe said...

ANTZ was better

 

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