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It's an interesting, if not wholly fanciful and impractical idea. I do love killer ants, and this movie does try hard to gain acceptance in the pantheon of killer ant flicks. It almost has all the right ingredients to suit the criteria: ants and the mayhem they cause, plus a minor body count (beginning with a mother and her baby). And it sort of, kind of, has a star (Tom Wopat) of a certain type. He plays the part like a guy with a bug in his ear.
It's a keeper because it does feature ants that chomp and chew people down to the bone in seconds. Who doesn't like a happy eater?