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This week's reviewed movie is:
Bee Movie




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I found that Bee Movie relies on one-liners and pop culture rather than story and emotions.

Visually, the best part was the flight through Central Park and over NYC through the eyes of a squadron of bee pollen jocks, giving you a fast roller coaster ride that was nicely conveyed by computer animation.

Bee Movie offers good entertainment for most ages, though truth be told the older the better.

Bee gets a C.

Despite the buzz, Bee Movie is nothing to get too excited about.

It's just another animated movie.

Sure, it has some funny moments, after all, Jerry Seinfeld helped write the screenplay.

But all and all, it plays more surreal than pleasant, making it just another excursion into the world of computer animation.

Bee Movie is a good family friendly computer-generated comedy that is stranger and deeper than your average animated tale.

It's the brainstorm of Jerry Seinfeld, who co-wrote, produced, and voiced the boyish drone bee star.

Imagine a story of a bee who sues the human race over honey profits.

The film is nutty, funny, moving, and all at the same time.

It's a bee's eye view, as the star rises out of Central Park and buzzes down a midtown block for adventure.

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