Bee Movie


(out of 5)

Animated films anthropomorphizing insects or inanimate objects have become as formulaic and predictable as romantic comedies, and this one is no exception.  , who also co-wrote and co-produced, plays the member of a bumblebee hive who just wants to get out and see the world. He sneaks into a group of gung-ho bee jocks (the ones responsible for pollination) and ends up in the kitchen of a human woman () with whom he strikes up a friendship (which is a no-no, you’re NEVER supposed to talk to the humans, particularly when your cousin lost his life to an issue of Italian Vogue). It is in his relationship with Zellweger that Seinfeld discovers the horrific fact that humans have been making bees work on farms in order to take their honey and sell it, a reality that inspires so much anger in him that he takes honey producers to court. Lots of fun gags and beautiful animation, but the sickening cuteness of the story will drive some audience members out of their minds. Kids will love it, though.

DreamWorks Animation, Columbus 81 Productions, Pacific Data Images

USA, 2007

Directed by ,

Screenplay by , , , , additional screenplay material by ,

Produced by Jerry Seinfeld,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

Golden Globe Awards 2007

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