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

Director:

Joseph Conti

Writers:

Patrick Doody (story) (as Patrick J. Doody), Chris Valenziano (story) | 4 more credits »
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Antonio Sabato Jr. ... Matt Pollack
Angie Everhart ... Emily Foster
R.H. Thomson ... Reynolds (as R.H. Thompson)
Karl Pruner Karl Pruner ... Victor Petronovich
Duane Murray ... Benton
Romano Orzari ... Garcia
Stephanie Moore ... Manning
Wes Williams ... Bergstein (as Wes 'Maestro' Williams)
Xuan Fraser Xuan Fraser ... Beat Cop
Lynne Griffin ... Medical Examiner
Tim Post ... Jack Ball
Elias Zarou ... Chief Lembeck
Nigel Hamer ... VIP Man
Nanci Steele Nanci Steele ... VIP Woman
Peter Kosaka 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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Info for Bugs on SCI FI.com

Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 September 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bichos (Bugs) See more »

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I give this movie a "10.5"
1 June 2004 | by CelluloiDivaSee all my reviews

Of course, if you saw that dreadfully histrionic earthquake disaster of an NBC movie last month, you know exactly what I mean! It's become my new standard for rating truly bad, unbelievably cheesy movies. The SciFi Channel's "Bugs" ranks right up there - or should we say it is merely rank?

With movies like this, it is almost as if the plot (such as it is) exists only for the sole purpose of tying together bombastic action sequences. In the case of "Bugs" the "action" wasn't enough to justify the convoluted story line. How many times did they recycle that same clip of the critters racketing down the rails towards the train?

How is it in movies like this that the scientist always has some expertise that takes substantial time, if not decades, to acquire, but looks younger than most women in Oil of Olay ads? How is that credible? Naturally, the purpose of such diversions isn't so much credibility, but good, clean entertainment for a few hours...oh, and exposure to the ads of the sponsors.

"Bugs" was utterly predictable, right down to the miserable end of Reynolds - when he picked up the pistol at the end of the movie, you just knew what was coming next. We had a ball picking out inconsistencies, predicting who was gonna get it next and laughing over the ridiculously cheesy effects.

I'll give it a solid Stilton on the CelluloiDiva Cheese-Meter and recommend for a night when you want to hold a "MST-it-yourself" party at home.


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