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Everyone is buzzing for Bee Movie, the hit comedy from creator and comic icon Jerry Seinfeld. Ambitious young worker bee Barry B. Benson soars out into the world with the high-flying pollen jocks in search of nectar and adventure. But when he breaks one of the cardinal rules of beedom and speaks to humans, Barry sets off an un-bee-lievable chain of events that proves even a little bee can make a big difference!
- "We Got The Bee" Music Video
- Pollination Practice Video Game
- The OW! Meter
- The Buzz about Bees
- Inside The Hive: The Cast of Bee Movie
- And a Swarm of Fun-Filled Extras
|Director:||Steve Hickner, Simon J. Smith|
|Producer(s):||Jerry Seinfeld, Christina Steinberg|
6 members reviewed: Bee Movie
- Jennifer A
I am shocked to find this movie here. I went to see this movie in the theaters before I would let my kids see it. After viewing, my kids will not be watching this. It seems innocent enough. I didnt not approve of the she looks like a "Drag Queen" comment in reference to the hive queen in one scene. That is just on of many!
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- Jennifer A
A few remarks about "bug love" include Adam sizing up a classmate ("That girl is hot!") and an old uncle reminiscing about a sexy cricket ("Crazy legs kept me up all night"). To prove that his parents aren't really listening to him, Barry floats a few shocking plans he has no intention of carrying out, including "shack[ing] up with a grasshopper." Spiders are considered desirable for their many legs (though Barry can't get past their faces). Montgomery baits Barry by calling him illegitimate and asking if he and Vanessa are intimately involved ("Do you live together? Are you her little bed bug?"). A man-made hive contains a picture of the queen the exploited bees are supposedly serving. She has five o'clock shadow, causing Barry to declare, "That's a man in woman's clothes. That's a drag queen!"
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- Rocio P
We watched this movie at the theaters, not really knowing what to expect. What we got was a sometimes funny movie about bees suing mankind for using their honey 'illegally'. The story was interesting and there were some funny parts in it where I couldn't help but chuckle, however the things that Jennifer Addleman correctly stated as part of the movie were inappropriate and uncomfortable. The only reason I don't give this movie a one star is because of the few, clean jokes that made me laugh. Although the fact that it is animated suggests otherwise, I would not suggest this movie for children, especially those who are suddenly starting to 'understand' the comments.
- Teresa M
A Bee-zee movie full of Laughter, fun, and lesson all in one.
- Veronica J
This movie was quite enjoyable. Interesting story line, lots of great use of color and graphics, etc. As a mother of 2 children under 3, I did have some concerns as there were some fairly complex subjects. Death, for example, was talked about in context of bugs being splattered on car windshields or how a bee died recently as a result of stinging someone and there was talk of a funeral for him. Some flirtatious comments here and there. As an adult, I am probably more alarmed simply because I understand these topics and maybe I'm being overly sensitive but I guess I just wish that cartoon movies were truly for children of nearly any age. Overall my girls enjoyed watching it.