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Barry B. Benson (voice of Jerry Seinfeld) is your average honeybee. Despite having recently received his diploma from bee college and being virtually guaranteed a bright future in honey, Barry feels he has the skills to pursue a number of different career paths and resents the fact that his employment opportunities are strictly limited to producing the sweet nectar. Upon breaking away from the hive and developing a friendship with an insect-loving New York florist (voice of Renée Zellweger), Barry makes the shocking ...

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thecre8iv1

Nov 7, 2008

Not as funny as I expected- but the kids love it

There are some nice themes in the movie, if not hurting insects is something you want to teach your kids. But overall, i didn't find this movie all that entertaining. Definitely not as funny as i would have expected - and I'm a big Seinfeld fan. However, i am an adult and prefer movies like Shrek that have some great adult humor, as well as entainment for kids. HOWEVER, my 5 and 6 year old niece and nephew loved it. This was one of their favorite DVDs this year and the animation keeps them mesmerized.

KLSummers

Jun 2, 2008

'Bee Movie'

I saw a few interviews with Jerry Seinfeld (who i usually quite like), who seemed really pleased with his new movie. however, when i saw it, it wasn't as funny as i thought it would be. it had the makings of a perfectly good comedy film, but it seemed as if the writers had started with a few good gags, and then forgot to write any more when they got to the bits which weren't written to fit a joke in. i think that it started out really quite well, but it got a bit boring as it went on, and did tend to drag on a bit in places. usually, i'm quite a fan of childish things, but this one wasn't as good as i thought it might be, especially as it had such a good cast who seemed to enjoy being a part as it as much as the crew of this film.

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