Package Description:Journey inside the world of bugs in this Epic of miniature proportions. Crawling with imaginative characters, hilarious laughs and colorful animation, Walt Disney Pictures' Presentation of A Pixar Animation Studios Film, A Bug's Life, will "delight everyone - young, old or six-legged." (People Magazine)In this 2-disc set you'll step behind the scenes for a look at the innovation and teamwork that resulted in this ingenious film. Loaded with bonus features - including animation not seen in theaters, abandoned sequences and multiple surprises - A Bug's Life Collector's Edition offers something for everyone from families to film lovers!
Explore "A Bug's Land" activity game
Learn "Fishy Facts" about Finding Nemo
Browse character designs, concept art, and color scripts
View abandoned sequences
Laugh out loud at hilarious outtakes
Watch Pixar's Academy Award winning short film, Geri's Game
Plus much more!
Julia Louis-DreyfusPrincess Atta
David Hyde PierceSlim
Michael McShaneTuck & Roll
John RatzenbergerP.T. Flea
Roddy McDowallMr. Soil
Edie McClurgDr. Flora
Ashley TisdaleLead Blueberry Scout
Darla K. AndersonProducer
Andrew StantonScreen Story
Joe RanftScreen Story
John LasseterScreen Story
Randy NewmanComposer (Music Score)
William ConeProduction Designer
Bob PauleyArt Director
Tia W. KratterArt Director
Gary RydstromSound/Sound Designer
Lee UnkrichSupervising Editor
Pete DocterStoryboard Artist
Childrens and Family,Fantasy,Foreign Films
Children's Fantasy,Family-Oriented Adventure
A Bug's Life
Year of Release
2 Discs, Collector's Edition, DVD
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Walt Disney Video
A Bug's Life [Collector's Edition] [2 Discs] [DVD] 
Blue ray has the best picture that I have seen from the VHS movies
This review is from A Bug's Life [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
One of my favorite films!
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
I cannot tell you how many times I have watched this movie, as well as played the video game adaptation of it back on the original PlayStation. It goes down as one of my personal favorite movies of all time, as well as one of the best that Pixar has made.
The story and character development is fantastic, as well as some of the set pieces such as the city of junk underneath a mobile home and the bomb-like raindrops in the final confrontation. It did a wonderful job taking the world we live in and throwing it in the perspective of a bug as well, with a great deal of research and heart put into the development of this film. I wish there were more movies about bugs (and toys), I love the "everything is giant" perspective that movies like this bring.
There were other movies along a similar style of this one (Antz and the Ant Bully), and while the animation quality of one of those films may have been a little bit better, I do not hold either of those movies in the same regard as this one.
I am very glad to have this film in a working capacity to share with any future generations that I may have in my family.
Belongs right up there with any of the best Pixar movies. The voice acting is perfect throughout and you really root for the protagonist, Flik (voiced by Dave Foley). He's an intellectual misfit with big ideas and a big heart, but his best intentions often blow up in his face. It's an incredible adventure for kids and adults alike, and one we watch again and again in our family.