Barry B. Benson, a bee who has just graduated from college, is disillusioned at his lone career choice: making honey. On a special trip outside the hive, Barry's life is saved by Vanessa, a florist in New York City. As their relationship blossoms, he discovers humans actually eat honey, and subsequently decides to sue us.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family
- Stars:Renée Zellweger, Ray Liotta, John Goodman, Patrick Warburton, Jerry Seinfeld, Matthew Broderick,
- Country:USA, Australia
- Director:Steve Hickner, Simon J. Smith, Simon J. Smith,
- Writer:Jerry Seinfeld, Spike Feresten, Barry Marder, Andy Robin, Chuck Martin (additional screenplay material), Tom Papa (additional screenplay material)
A recent college graduate, Barry B. Benson wants more out of life than the inevitable career that awaits him and every other worker in New Hive City, a job at Honex making honey. On a special trip outside the hive, Barry's life is saved by Vanessa, a florist in New York City. As their relationship blossoms, he discovers humans actually eat honey, and subsequently decides to sue them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bee Movie torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This movie fits into my general interest in portrayals of how people experienced the Third Reich and Nazi-Germany and therefor had made it to my "must-see" list when it came out. It tells the true story of high-jumper Gretel Bergmann who is easily the best athletic in this area, but also Jewish. So the responsibles for the Olympic Games in Berlin 1936 do not want to consider her for the squad. But because of political pressure from the USA, they have to - which doesn't stop them from trying to find a way all the same...
(it) wrote: One of the sickest, most twisted, yet funniest movies I've yet seen. Over the top blood & gore is obviously implied by the title of the movie, but it's not just the amount of fake blood sprayed or splatter effects used that make this movie stand out. It's the concept of the "Engineers", mutants that convert injuries into deadly weapons. Creativity is the name of the game as far as these weapons go, for example where one character has his eyes replaced by gun barrels that shoot sharp eyeballs at his opponents another is cut in half & replaces the enitire bottom half of her body with alligator like jaws. The movie is clearly also designed to be offensive ( toward certain kind of viewers). After all what other reason could there be for a mutant with a 5ft penis cannon. The most important aspect of this movie however is that it is really a light hearted (albeit sick & bloody) silly movie, with many insane laugh out loud moments, such as a girl launching herself up a building with a rocket launcher. Simply put if you're looking for a serious slasher movie stay away. If you enjoy schlocky blood fests such as toxic avenger or Dead Alive, you will love this as it tops both of these movies in gore, offence value & pure simply fun.
(fr) wrote: A fairly average thriller, saved massively by Sean Connery. Considering it's 19 years old it's aged very well.
(ag) wrote: I watched this movie on a whim because I thought the concept of a World War II film wad interesting and honestly, I'm a sucker for period films. While I was watching it, I was completely unaware that it won the Razzie for Worst Picture and was nominated for more. Looking back I asked myself, is it really Razzie worthy?The film is based on a book and it apparently bares little resemblance to the original source material. Seeing as I haven't read the book, I logically can't judge it. The story focuses on an American woman of Irish and German Jewish descent who has a number of family members who are in hiding. She starts out working as a secretary but her sharp wit and intelligence (as well as an endless knowledge of spy movies) gets her to the position of an undercover agent in war torn Berlin.First of all, the movie may be incredibly faulted but it definitely didn't deserve a Razzie nomination let alone a win. Razzies are for the worst of the worst, not for films like these. It was entertaining and while it suffered from many problems, it tried. There were a number of moments that were genuinely gripping, my personal favourites involving the fishmonger in Berlin. He only had a small role and yet every scene with him was compelling. I actually think he delivered the best performance. Apart from his scene, there was also an unexpected twist towards the end that I think the film deserves a bit of credit for.And now for the negatives. I think my problems with this film can be summed up into 4 points. 1, the hair styles looked too 90s, 2, Melanie Griffith was miscast, 3, the language barriers were awkward and 4, there were countless implausible moments.Let's start with number 1. I know many people would think of this as a petty criticism, but part of watching a film includes the suspension of disbelief. If a film is set in the 40s, it's really hard to fully believe it if the protagonist has obviously 90s hair. If there's a big problem like that, it's hard to forget about it and get drawn into the film, which leads to number 2. Melanie Griffith was playing an interesting character, but her acting was often wooden and her breathless voice became easily irritating. I felt most of the time that she was reading lines off a script rather than becoming the character.As for number 3, it is well established in the beginning that Melanie Griffith's character is fluent in German. We see her speaking it in America as well as translating it, so why is it that when she gets to Germany, everyone is speaking English? If they're in Germany, they should be speaking German. Maybe they did it because people don't want to read subtitles but I would've believed it more if they were speaking German.And finally, number 4. I find it nearly impossible to believe that a humble secretary is even able to make it to Nazi Germany without any experience as a double agent. I also find it impossible to believe that Michael Douglas's character is able to get away with shooting and killing guards at the Swiss border. Those were only some of the implausible moments in the film.Overall, I think the biggest problem was that rather than ditching cliches, the movie adopted them. As I said, there were great moments but they were sporadic and were thwarted by the cliches such as the classic Hollywood happy ending and the action scene towards the end. All the characters seem to get what they want but in reality, thousands more didn't because World War II was a blood bath. That said, the film still had potential to be better and it certainly isn't as bad as it's made out to be.
(mx) wrote: The pope cuts a deal with hairy tooth fairies to trade silver coins for children's teeth. I kid you not. That's the explanation for the stupid premise in this horrible horror film. It was so bad, in fact that more than a few audience members had a good laugh.
(ru) wrote: From the overemphasis on origin, to the not-so impressive CGI even for the time, to the failed attempt to be artsy with the offensively campy comic-book-panel transitions as well as the music and cinematography that contrast the point of wanting to see the Hulk, this movie was, to put it politely, not good....
(kr) wrote: It's not a classic tale of bullying, but it's one that adds a few extra elements that make it more than watchable. The bleak setting, the dark characters, and an actively intelligent "monster" make "Some Kind of Hate" enjoyable, but nothing tremendous. The biggest fault I found was the school itself- it's for borderline criminal youths, yet they have no structured classes, no adult supervision outside of these "group therapy" like sessions, and they can essentially do whatever they want to. And yet, teachers and police alike are surprised so many kids end up dead? Not believable, but certainly not a death knell for a decent movie.