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Family entertainment at its best. Read full review
An effortlessly clever animated confection. Read full review
While "Cars" may have the most elaborate CGI effects of the season, and "Monster
House?" the most original character (the house), The Ant Bully can lay claim
to the most entertaining story and most rewarding ending. Read full review
The movie has a great time playing with ideas of scope and perspective, shifting between microscopic and macroscopic. Read full review
The screenplay is blessedly free of mediocre songs and light on flashy pop-culture in-jokes. Read full review
Take "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids," throw some "Antz" on it, and you have The Ant Bully. Read full review
Ant Bully, while not wildly fresh or inventive, is entertaining and energetic. Read full review
Writer/director John A. Davis (Jimmy Neutron) is a wizard at transforming the most mundane setting -- the front yard, for crying out loud -- into another world. Read full review
Feels anonymously generic and charmlessly mechanical. Read full review
This generic exercise in computer-generated animation may provide passable entertainment for very young children, but adults will be less than enchanted by its preachiness, talkiness and Communist Party-line political views. Read full review
So much talking.
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