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An entomologist accompanies a team of commandos to prevent prehistoric insects from escaping from a subway system.

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Matt Pollack
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Emily Foster
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Reynolds (as R.H. Thompson)
Karl Pruner ...
Victor Petronovich
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Benton
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Garcia
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Manning
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Bergstein (as Wes 'Maestro' Williams)
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Jack Ball
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Chief Lembeck
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Nanci Steele ...
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Peter Kosaka ...
Mr. Yokoto
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An entomologist accompanies a team of commandos to prevent prehistoric insects from escaping from a subway system.

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When Giant Insects Swarm In The City's Subways, Humanity Lands On The Fast Track To Extinction!


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Rated R for creature violence and bloody images | See all certifications »

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Good Bug Movie
29 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

When I first read up on Bugs (about 20 minutes before it started) I thought I was in for a snooze fest of a B-Rated sci-fi movie. Man was I wrong. I think Bugs is one of the better movies put out by Sci-Fi channel. Too bad it's not available on DVD or VHS. It had light suspense, an air of mystery and decent acting, a lot better then in some other movies I've seen. While not all the characters were believable, I think the actors did a decent job with what little they had to work with.

The movie was left open (perhaps intentionally) for a sequel. Perhaps Sci-Fi will make one that is as good as the this one.

My biggest gripe about this movie was that we really didn't get to see any of the bugs up close and personal without there being an action scene. Also, the whole "the colony will die without the queen" is rather retarded as bees and ants can live without their queen since one of the females usually takes over that role in the event the queen dies.


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