The Ant Bully
Fed up with being targeted by the neighborhood bully, 10-year-old Lucas Nickle vents his frustrations on the anthill in his front yard ... until the insects shrink him to the size of a bug with a magic elixir. Convicted of "crimes against the colony," Lucas can only regain his freedom by living with the ants and learning their ways.
- Category:Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy, Animation
- Stars:Elise Guilbault, Patrick Drolet, Marie-Josée Bastien, Claude Binet, Luc Bourgeois, Lise Castonguay, Richard Champagne, Pierre Collin, Julia Roberts, Nicolas Cage, Meryl Streep, Paul Giamatti, Zach Tyler, Regina King, Bruce Campbell, Lily Tomlin, Cheri Oteri, Larry Miller, Allison Mack, Ricardo Montalban, Creagen Dow, Myles Jeffrey, Jake T. Austin,
- Director:John A. Davis,
- Writer:John A. Davis, John Nickle (book)
New in town, friendless and tormented by a neighborhood bully, young Lucas Nickle has been frustrated. Until one day, he attacks an anthill with a squirt gun and he's magically shrunken down to insect size and sentenced to hard labor in the ruins. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ant Bully torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Similar to Flash of Genious, Ingenious tells the true story of something most of us have heard of but most likely don't the actual tale behind. Half the fun of watching this movie is finding out what that something actually is. The movie follows the lives of two aspiring business parterns and life long friends who are trying to find the big idea that will make them successful. Behind these two friendships is a marriage relationship and a family struggle that create an ongoing tension and plot line that revolves around the struggle for individual and relational identities amidst the battle for success and the fear of failure. Along with this comes the questions of just what makes living worthwhile and who do we have to become in order to be deemed important. Another side plot delves in to the area of addiction and the demons that weigh us down, which is linked to our image of ourselves and our view of success. What is it that ultimately drives us in this world. The late John Ritters son plays a center role here, and really shines as he carries the weight of much of these themes. Jeremy Rinner plays his partern, and between the two of them the chemistry works to hold the film. The spotlight though is most often turned towards the relationship between Ritter's character and his wife, which is where most of the chemistry lies. The film is quite layed back, flowing back and forth between humor and heavy drama. And the characters each catch the spirit of it. While the real thrill of the movie is seeing where it ends up and what that "big idea" is, the real story is found inbetween in the things that connect that big thing (which really isn't that big) to real life. For a movie that many will probably never see and never have heard of, I thought this one was a gem in the mix. Glad I came across it.
(ru) wrote: A documentary following the highs and lows of the film festival circuit. It is very informative and to the point. The documentarian does a very good job, but it is apparent that he tries to mimic the personality and style of Morgan Spurlock, which is occasionally distracting.
(us) wrote: It's a shame that this film's low budget doesn't allow it to properly explore all of the ambition of the script (which is itself, to be honest, a typical low budget affair, full of hyperbole and over-seriousness). The concepts are very different to the average zombie movie, and the script bounces wildly between them, not giving any one aspect the coverage it deserves. Only Amy Margaret seems to have an real acting ability, so her central performance holds the film up where it sags badly. The make-up effects are all fairly good, too. But the rest of the film struggles to live up to the originality of the script's concepts, which is a shame.
(br) wrote: Amazingly awesome movie! BEST I've seen in a VERY LONG time!As an artist myself I found this movie a master art work! I recommend this movie to anyone, and everyone! VERY well done! I only wish a sequel be made, to elaborate on the others, who walk in the "frozen world"...
(de) wrote: The film aims high but doesn't succeed, despite good performances and period flavour. A labour of love for the Quinn brothers.
(gb) wrote: 'Octopussy' is one of the last Bond films with Roger Moore and while it's a better film than a lot of his other films, it's not the best Bond film and one I don't go back to very often. The story's setting seems to be a rehash of 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom' and it just feels like an obvious cash in on the genre. Moore was beginning to get on in age at this point and it does indeed show with him just playing the part with very little luster and it really hurts the film. The film's comedic moments also don't help the film a whole lot either. However, the film has many good moments too. Like I said before, It is a lot better than say 'Live and Let Die' or 'Moonraker' and while 'Octopussy' is a Bond film I wouldn't go back to very often I do tend to pick it up more often than films like 'Moonraker'. I also enjoyed the villains of the film and the action scenes are top notch as always. For this one, I'd recommend a buy for Bond fans only. For others, I would say a very 'Low Rent'.
(fr) wrote: Cheap-looking production values & low-rent(considering these back-in-the-day Canadian tax-shelter venues from the 70's & 80's), yet undeniably entertaining as these films go as well as sometimes funny 1980 biker revenge comedy(like a pre-REVENGE OF THE NERDS)with very spirited performances by SCTV'S Tony Rosato(as mumbling gang leader "Bull")and MEATBALLS' Keith Knight(R.I.P.)who steals many scenes as nerdy, very earnest & aspiring biker hopeful wannabe Vern Jones!Also highlighted greatly by Paul Zaza's("Porky's", "A Christmas Story", "Popcorn")enjoyable Ennio Morricone-like spaghetti western-style film score and Dwayne Ford's(of Bearfoot fame)surprisingly good songs("COWBOYS AND RUSTLERS" is my favorite and indeed, a highlight!)throughout & also great to see a very young Michael Biehn(as Tim Warner) in this one before hitting it very big in James Cameron's 80's classics "The Terminator", "Aliens" and "The Abyss"!Very worth seeing for fans of sadly forgotten 80's comedies & revenge flicks!
(ca) wrote: Again this is yet another Christian film for which believers and nonbelievers will approach differently with their life experiences. But Greg Kinnear and Kelly Reilly as the preacher and wife who are the parents of young Colton both are sincere without being cloying in their performances in Heaven Is For Real.Just the title alone is an arguing point. I don't think there's an unbeliever out there who wouldn't like for heaven to be real. But I think that depending on your belief system your first concern will inevitably be what are the qualifications, what is the admission policy?That book that Kinnear preaches from has some rather extraordinary prohibitions that disqualify a lot of people almost from the beginning. For me I can think of a few things off the bat that would disqualify me. There's some things I hope to be forgiven for and some things that I'll not apologize for.I can't think of any religion that does not say that children are indeed the innocent. Young Connor Corum who plays young Colton. His guileless performance is quite extraordinary. Heaven Is For Real is a nicely put together for which arguments about the content is pointless.
(fr) wrote: spike lee tackles a historical drama about the serial killer who terrorized NY in 1977