over 5 years
"Pretend it's a seed". And indeed it grew into a fun but occasionally intense film.
Justin L. Clemons
over 6 years
Great plot and animation. The grasshoppers are a-holes.
almost 7 years
Kevin Spacey's voice is the best. It is a pretty good film, beautiful colours.
This belongs in the catalogue of Pixar's golden age. Reals fun ideas, a great kids' film.
Classic movie a typical movie one would enjoy with a family member.
over 7 years
Good movie, what else do you expect from Pixar. Just personally not one of my favorites.
almost 8 years
The least memorable and rewatchable Pixar film, but still worth an initial viewing.
almost 8 years
Fun and engaging, with a brilliant production design to boot. Proof that Pixar will last!
Pixar was definitely still getting their act together, but this is still awesome and funny
Probably one of the weaker films in Pixar's lineup, but still a great film for children
A Bug's Life is a 1998 American computer animated adventure comedy film produced by Pixar and released by Walt Disney Pictures in the United States on November 25, 1998. A Bug's Life was the second Disney·Pixar feature film after Toy Story, and the third American computer-animated film after Toy Story and DreamWorks' Antz. Based on Akira Kurosawa's film Seven Samurai, and Aesop's fable "The Ant and the Grasshopper", it tells the tale of an oddball individualist inventor ant named Flik who hires what he thinks are "warrior bugs" – actually circus performers – to fight off a small band of grasshoppers who have made the ant colony their servants. The film was directed by John Lasseter, and was co-directed by Andrew Stanton.
Flik is an individualist and would-be inventor in a colony of ants. Flik is different and always unappreciated due to his inventions causing trouble.
The colony is constantly oppressed by a gang of marauding grasshoppers who arrive every season demanding food from the...