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The main protagonist is rather forgettable and the otherwise decent story is admittedly cliched, but the animation is very well-crafted (especially for 1998) and most of the side characters know how to make you laugh. Pixar's most underrated film.
While A Bug's Life was criticized by some by being unfavourably compared with then soon-to-be competitor DreamWorks' Antz, the film remains funny, memorable and surprisingly beautifully animated for a 1998 fully computer-animated movie which is only Hollywood's third entirely CGI movie making this another compelling story for all ages from the minds of Pixar Animation Studios.
Meu primeiro filme da Pixar e minha primeira animação tridimensional. Personagens muito bem-acabados e ótimo roteiro, cheio de alegorias marxistas. Fora o gostinho de VHS que esse filme tem, rsrs. Inesquecível!
While with masterful animation and memorable characters, the story had the old trope of the underdog becomes the hero. Still with good animation, funny characters, and great villains, A Bug's Life has something going for it. While not as good as Pixar's first movie, it still is a memorable experience.
First film I ever got on Dvd. Brilliant animation. Entertaining story line, likeable characters, amazing visuals. If you once start watching it is very hard to stop. Now in HD it looks better than ever.
A bugs life is a solid Pixar films that does well at putting across important messages and life lessons. It is also very funny and they play to the personality and features of the species of bugs they are mocking. Kevin Spacey and his Grasshoppers are menacing and the ants are loveable.