Kids may be puzzled by rebellious worker ants chanting Marxist slogans, but their parental guides may welcome the relief from the prevailing blandness of family films. full review
Visually striking and dynamically shot, this has strong characters and no shortage of incident. full review
The filmmakers seem to have deliberately snubbed the traditional audience for animated features. full review
Antz is refreshingly naughty and nice.
Antz is brief enough, clocking in at 83 minutes, but its story is too predictable to make an impact even in such a short space. full review
A kids' movie that will leave grown-ups quoting the best lines to one another. full review
The computer animation is first rate and filled with the kind of "Wow! Look at that!" wizardry that is eventually going to make Toy Story look about as technically sophisticated as South Park.
Antz is about the relief felt by star actors freed from the constraints of their physical selves and the egos that go with them. full review
It's a well-written, witty tale, expertly executed!
An excellent piece of work!
Visually, it's more impressive than Disney's Toy Story. On a script level, it was developed as much with a mature audience in mind as with the usual pre-pubescent crowd. full review
Antz works best just showing off its prodigious voice talent and playing lightheartedly with the curious possibilities of a buggy world. full review
It's fresh, exhilarating, funny, able to tell an old story in a beguiling new way!
It enters into a microscopic world and makes it into a world so vast and threatening that comparisons with Star Wars are not unjustified! full review