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"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 stealing and eating the bee’s honey for centuries. He ultimately realizes that his true calling in life is to set the world right by suing the human race. That is until the ensuing chaos upsets the very balance of nature. It is up to Barry to prove that even a little bee can spell big changes in the world.

Special Features

- Tech of Bee Movie
- Inside the Hive: The Cast of Bee Movie
-Meet Barry B. Benson
- "We Got the Bee" Music Video
- DreamWorks Animation Video Jukebox
- The Buzz about Bees
- The Ow! Meter
- That's Un-BEE-lievable!
- Domestic Version
- Be A Bee (Set-top Game)
- Pollination Practice (Set-top Game)
- Bee Movie Activision Game Demo
- Printables
- Honey Recipes
- Coloring Page
- Suduko

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jerry Seinfeld
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Dreamworks Animated
  • DVD Release Date: March 11, 2008
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (580 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0011ZNAIC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,144 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bee Movie (Widescreen Edition)" on IMDb

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60 of 67 people found the following review helpful By R. Christenson / Lunamation on November 3, 2007
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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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Kunka on March 14, 2008
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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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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By thejoelmeister on November 8, 2007
Jerry Seinfeld has been away from the spotlight for some time now and 2007 marks the year of his return - but only as a voice in a computer animated film. While the premise is unique, the approach is generic, and the excellently animated, poorly executed family film will have difficulty avoiding the already popular classification that Bee Movie is indeed a B-movie.

Barry B. Benson (Jerry Seinfeld) is an average bee approaching adulthood, who must decide upon a job in the hive. The catch is that once he chooses his job, he must keep it for the rest of his life. Unsatisfied with the monotony of working in the hive, he ventures outside where he meets a human woman, Vanessa (Renée Zellweger), who saves his life. Indebted, he breaks the Cardinal bee rule: never talk to humans. At first Vanessa has difficulty accepting the talking bee, but the two soon spend quite a bit of time together and Barry gets overly comfortable as she reveals that she is a florist. Enamored with Vanessa, despite the interspecies barrier, Barry learns that humans have been stealing honey from bees and selling and eating it. Infuriated, he sets out to sue the honey company, with the help of Vanessa and his bee pals.

Apparently bees drive cars, they are all cousins, and they can use their antennas as cell phones. The comical world the creators have devised for the bees is perhaps the most creative aspect of the film. Many parallels reside with Barry's rebellious teen years and human childhood, as specifically referenced by a sensationally hysterical homage to The Graduate.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Rai Aren on February 18, 2008
Format: DVD
My family & I saw this movie together and what a delight it was! I was pretty sure it would be really funny because of Jerry Seinfeld and we were not disappointed. The movie was everything you want a family movie to be - it has heart, lots of laughs, some very tender, moving moments, and some underlying messages. The ending of the movie actually surprised me a little with a clever examination of our own daily lives & the meaning therein.

One of the things that I particularly loved about this movie is its compassion for non-human life. It demonstrated, brilliantly, the complex & meaningful lives that non-humans (in this case bees) live, the contributions they make, which benefit all of us, and showed how interconnected we all truly are. The movie showed a person (wonderfully voiced by Renee Zellweger) treating the bee with respect, consideration and compassion and trying to teach others to do the same. Our world needs lots more of that, so I hope that movies such as this one work to get that message across and into the 'real' world, and I'm sure that they do... :)

Overall, this movie is an interesting & thought-provoking take on the life of the bees, which in many ways, can mirror our own lives, the decisions, the struggles, the highs, the disappointments, and most of all trying to figure out who we really are inside, what we are doing here, what roles we have to play & how it affects those around us...

Rai Aren
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful By beekeeper on June 16, 2008
Format: DVD
Please excuse me while I rant.

I was appalled by the complete lack of even the most elementary facts about the lives of honeybees. However, if you can give insects four legs instead of six, make them speak English, dress them up in sweaters, and make them fall in love with humans, I guess anything goes. *sigh*

First, honeybees have black bodies with yellow stripes, not the other way around. They do not pick a job and stick to it. Rather, as they age, they are genetically programmed to graduate to a vast variety of tasks in succession, spending the last halves of their lives as foragers. Male bees do NOT have stingers and they do ZERO work. In fact, they are barely tolerated by the workers and are kicked out of the colony at the end of the year. The hive, under normal conditions, is over 99% female. There are no hunky male "pollen jocks" sucking up pollen and spraying it everywhere because they somehow know it is good for flowers. In fact, the cartoon doesn't even portray the importance of pollen to the bees themselves. They somehow do it to be altruistic to the humans and flowers.

I am a beekeeper. My main beef is that somewhere around the middle of the cartoon, the whole thing turns Marxist. Beekeepers are portrayed as evil exploiters of the apian working class, gassing them with smoke, laughing diabolically, generally behaving violently, and stealing their honey. Hmph. I love my bees and enjoy caring for them, as does every beekeeper. I treat them gently and they return the favor. In the movie, the bees end up suing the humans, and win, and all the honey is returned to the bees. Double Hmph. The bees get lazy and stop working. Nothing is pollinated, all plants die, and the world is on the verge of total collapse.
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2-Disc Version?
You CAN see what is on the second-disc IF you goto Amazon.com UK!! Figures, right? By the way, the second disc contians:Special Features
# "We Got The Bee" music video
# Pollination Practise
# The Ow Meter
# The buzz about bees
# Meet Barry B. Benson
# Set-top games
# DVD printables
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Sep 3, 2008 by Chris C. |  See all 2 posts
Bee Movie Cancelled on HD-DVD
I dont know, i still have a feeling they're going to release this one. I mean it is way to close to be cancelling this title when it releases in a week. I'm sure they already had all the discs prepped and ready for distribution, so why would they want to lose all that money in potential sales.... Read More
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