Always cheerful and merry little cockroach named Bite, who lives in the computer processor at a big house with his friends - bore, roller Dan and mouse nicknamed Tail - is sad now. He fell ...
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Always cheerful and merry little cockroach named Bite, who lives in the computer processor at a big house with his friends - bore, roller Dan and mouse nicknamed Tail - is sad now. He fell in love with a cockroach girl at first site, who is mad about theater and about a cad rhinoceros beetle Chuck. Can Bite win her from Chuck? Can he survive in the unfair battle with beetles and street pigeons which think of themselves as of predators?Written by
When I saw the trailer for this and the photo on here, and the title "Little Bite In The Big City," I was expecting it to be a journey of sort of thing especially since as its title says it takes place in the city. But after watching it, I realized that nothing's ever what it seems.
I don't care that the vermin form is cockroaches. What I do care about the characters. Kids who are on their first crush will relate to Bite, who has developed a crush on Licka, and the fact that he cares about the ones around him makes him a good role model. But his friends are sexist and as a result, give him a lot of terrible advice about wooing women, in fact, in one part, Tail the mouse tells him he should trade an earring for food and even claimed that "All girls love earrings, even the smart ones." And while Licka isn't unlikable as a character, her role as the love interest is very one-dimensional. What's more is that despite some of funny parts, the pace for the movie is slow.
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