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Bees (1998)

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Cast

Credited cast:
John Anderson ...
Mr. Myers
Melinda Pierce ...
Carolyn Bryant
Hugh Ecklund ...
Dr. Allen
Stephanie Sanders ...
Amanda
James Moore ...
Dr. Saxon
Craig London ...
Dr. Haggarty
Sylvia Marshall ...
Barbara Reich
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yolanda Avery ...
Jackie
Jerry Butler ...
Otis
Jean Carroll ...
Dr. Parks
Enrique Gonzalas ...
Hector
Latecia Green ...
Dr. Zimbalist
Mary Griffith ...
Suzanne Myers
Amberlyn Kimura ...
Nurse
Don Mitchell ...
Kid
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They outnumber us 100 million to one. If they wanted to, they could destroy the Earth. Bee afraid...

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The character of Dr. Allen, Dr. Saxon, Dr. Haggarty, Dr. Zimbalist and Dr. Parks are all homages to previous killer bee films. Irwin Allen directed The Swarm (1978)', John Saxon starred in 'The Bees (1978)', Dan Haggerty and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. starred in 'Terror out of the Sky (1978)', and Michael Parks starred in 'The Savage Bees. (1976)' See more »

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Melinda Pierce runs into a barn, and there's blood on her shirt. When she closes the door of the barn door, the blood is gone. See more »

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Spoofs Invasion of the Bee Girls (1973) See more »

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Do we really need another killer bee movie?

This movie reminded me of Piranha, only with killer bees instead of killer fish. Creatures bred to kill escape from a secret laboratory and go on a murder spree, and so a loner with a past reluctantly teams with a pretty scientist to save the day. Sound familiar? A few funny references to previous killer insect films, including numerous 1970's movies like the Swarm and the Savage Bees, but the special effects aren't all that special, and there's nothing scary or original. People talk, bees attack, people argue, bees attack, people have sex, bees attack, reluctant hero saves pretty scientist, scientists save the world... or do they? I left with a case of deja vu. There have been good killer insect movies, this isn't one of them. "Bees" lacks the budget of the Swarm, and certainly lacks the imagination of Piranha.


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