Bee Movie (Widescreen Edition)

“Bee Movie” is a comedy that will change everything you think you know about bees. Having just graduated from college, a bee by the name of Barry B. Benson (Jerry Seinfeld) finds himself disillusioned with the prospect of having only one career choice—honey. As he ventures outside of the hive for the first time, he breaks one of the cardinal rules of the bee world and talks to a human, a New York City florist named Vanessa (Renee Zellweger). He is shocked to discover that the humans have been

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  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    So much better than I thought it would be, March 14, 2008
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    Matthew Kunka (Canton, MI USA) –
      

    This review is from: Bee Movie (Widescreen Edition) (DVD)

    I didn’t care that this movie came out as Jerry Seinfeld is sometimes overhyped as being funny, when in reality, most the time he isn’t. I decided to rent this because a few other new releases were sold out at the video store. I get home, watch it and within minutes, am floored laughing. With a good message and superb humor, I went out today and bought this movie. I love it and if you appreciate cartoons with a good message, get this!

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  2. 43 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun with fresh message., November 3, 2007
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    R. Christenson “SpaceComics.com” (Pine, CO USA) –
      

    I’ve seen all of the animated features since Toy Story, and liked this one better than most. It’s not as funny as Shrek, and overall not as good as Monsters Inc or Finding Nemo, but certainly in the better half, comparable to Cars, Ice Age, and Over The Hedge. During the first twenty minutes or so it seemed like it might offer nothing better than a series of Bee jokes, which I see has resulted in some negative reviews here. But the story develops as an allegory for frivolous lawsuits, but it’s the bee who brings the frivolous lawsuit here, so it doesn’t jump on the Hollywood blame-humans-first bandwagon, which is refreshing. Some of the results are predictable, some funny, but not preachy or trite. There’s at least one lawyer joke that had the audience in stitches, along with several other funny jokes.

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