John Lasseter, director of Pixar's movie phenomenon Toy Story, has set new standards in computer animation with this effort, another Disney-released children's epic entitled A Bug's Life. Blending classic Disney storytelling characters and the mysterious underground world of bugs, Lasseter has created a film that can be enjoyed by all audiences, and another franchise in the process. A Bug's Life is a computerized retelling of the Aesop fable The Ant and the Grasshopper, made as a cartoon-short by the one-and-only, Walt Disney, in the mid-'30s. However, A Bug's Life has modernized the story with many new twists and celebrity voices. The story focuses on a colony of ants who seasonally gather food for themselves and a wild gang of rowdy grasshoppers. When bumbling worker ant Flik (David Foley) destroys the food supply, the angry grasshoppers, lead by the maniacally warped Hopper (Kevin Spacey), threaten to kill the ants if they don't produce a new supply of food by the time they return -- an impossible feat. Flik leaves the anthill in search of help in the form of bigger bugs, and to wage war against the grasshoppers. What he doesn't know is he has actually discovered a group of down-on-their-luck traveling circus insects in need of a job. When the ants realize that their heroes are really circus performers (and the circus bugs realize these grasshoppers are really big and mean), the situation goes from bad to worse. Ultimately, the ants use their large numbers to overcome the grasshoppers.~Chris Gore
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
Children's Fantasy,Family-Oriented Adventure
A Bug's Life
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
A Bug's Life [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] 
Following up on the success of Toy Story, Pixar was clearly anxious to make another resonant hit. Once again, they proved they could make a world filled with excitement, colourful characters, and childlike wonder. We follow the journey of Flik, an ant who's bumbling ways have made trouble for his colony. When he meets a group of colourful circus bugs, he enlists them to help his colony drive off the swarm of grasshoppers threatening them. You are able to instantly fall in love with the characters. Honestly, every single one of them gets at least a few great moments, and they all have at least a bit of an arc. The cast is quite large, but you get a sense of interconnections, while also seeing each character as their own man...er, bug. The story is great, too, moving through plot points seamlessly, while still giving time for important character relationships. Honestly, the thing is so organic, you will be shocked when it's over.
Bug's Life is a nice unique little movie for everyone of all ages. a bug's Life you have this little Aunt who seems always mess up and all he wants to do is help his colony.look who is the one who caused all the problems gets in trouble and causes a big problem for princess Atta. they try to figure out how to get rid of flick and flik kind of figures out his own problem. He tries to go out and find big bed bugs to help them fight off the grasshoppers any wines of finding a bunch of circus bugs who seemed fierce to him but he doesn't know any better.The venture gets real good because when Hopper the head grasshopper shows up with his gang as just like all out war finally the ants realize they outnumber the grasshoppers basically honored the one and it just gets better and better each way.this is a good movie for the whole family nice storyline nice acting great CGI graphics.
I only watched this movie once fully a long time ago when I was a kid. I remember it being a very good movie. I’m 27 now and I collect certain movies In steelbook edition which I think are worth having. Going it be fun watching A Bugs Life again! Nice green glossy steelbook. Overall can’t really go wrong with Pixar movies even if you’re an adult
This is Pixar’s second release(Toy Story was there first), this is also the first time A Bug’s Life is being released on UHD 4K and it is a beauty. There is no question that the increase in resolution and the addition of HDR makes this the best it’s ever looked. Also the disc features a very nice Dolby Atmos track which sounds great with the height speakers. It also includes a standard blu ray and digital code. Highly Recommended!!!!!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great movie for kids
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
I love these new steel books that are coming out with an artistic style cover. Been trying to collect them all, but only have so much money
Who doest like seeing the world from the perspective of a bug. Going from country style living to the bustling city. I would also say this story reflect that of 7 Samurai. Where that plot has been used over and over again and I love it.
This movie doesn't get the credit it deserves. A take on the Ant and the Grasshopper story with great characters. The 4K upgrade on this title is very noticeable. The HDR color grade gives the image a great pop and the increased texture detail is very nice. The steel book has terrific art that matches all these new releases.