Following the same brilliant "Kid-Friendly" movie theme from Toy Story, topics in this movie are not what you would expect out of Disney animated feature. A group of enslaved characters are forced to work by the menacing overlords who would kill you if you won't get them the goods they want. One member of this group destroys their food supply and is banished to find from anyone who can free them from their labor. That does not sound like a "kid's movie" to me. And yet, Pixar places this grand theme into a movie about ants and spiders and grasshoppers.
A Bug's Life also brings another fantastic look at the world around us, and what we might be missing. You get to see what it just might look like inside an ant hill, or going to a riverbed when you are, literally, the size of an ant. You get to see fantastic environments like these, just at the base of a tree. This is the same thing that made Toy Story so interesting to watch because you are tiny, and the world around you is huge.
This movie is great, and an extraordinary fun time to watch. If you have not seen it, I don't know what you have been doing with your life, but you must, and I give it 9 Ingredients. Be sure to "Like" us on Facebook at Facebook.com/BLTFilmsReviews or down below. Check out the other Pixar Week at the top of this page, or at the bottom of this review in the red drop-down menu. Stay tuned for the rest of Pixar Week, tomorrow is Toy Story 2. See you then!