A Bug's Life

A Bug's Life
A Bug's Life

Year

1998

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

A brave young ant named Flik has to find a way to protect his colony from the brutal grasshoppers who rule over them. He recruits a group of insects and spiders he thinks are tough warriors - but who turn out to be out-of-work circus performers. Can they work with the ants to outwit the grasshoppers? Some adults might just see similarities between this exciting computer animated film and the much-loved western The Magnificent Seven, but whether you spot that or not, it's still a great story.

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