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Bee Team (2018)

Not Rated | | Animation, Family | 4 September 2018 (USA)
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Zip and Zap track down honey thieves, encountering many new friends during their adventure.


Evan Tramel


BC Fourteen (screenwriter) (as BC Furtney), Evan Tramel



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When their hive is in trouble, it's Zip and Zap, the super amazing Bee Squad Squadron, buzzing to the rescue. The alarm goes out that someone has stolen all the honey from the hive and Queen Bee Eleanor needs someone to track down the thief. The bad news is that Zip and Zap are just too small for the mission. But that won't stop our fuzzy little buddies from stretching their wings to solve one honey of a mystery. Come fly along with two unlikely heroes, and a farm full of friendly animals, on the biggest pint-sized family adventure ever.

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Nightmare Fuel for the Nightmare Bus driven into Nightmare Canyon
23 November 2018 | by kortedillonSee all my reviews

There are some animated movies made by people that you just can't believe exists in a day and age like today's. Yet throughout the nineties and early two-thousands, we saw the likes of a Titanic animated movie, numerous direct to video sequels, and so much worse.

Yet the Bee Team defies all expectations.

Each bee is exactly the same and when not speaking, they blink stupidly with their mouths agape, the cold emptiness thinly veiled by a glossy shine on the surface of their eyeballs.

Not to mention that bees are not the only monstrosities in this film: horses and dogs and mice, all accompanied by the most overdone voice acting I have ever heard in my life.

The bees buzz randomly, as the horse whinnies randomly, and the dog barks randomly, all in between random unrelated words in a single sentence.

This quickly becomes a horror movie, my friends. After the initial laughing fits cease (due from the shock and disbelief of existence), the movie becomes dull and incredibly horrifically hideous. The bees don't stop staring into a space between spaces.

This movie is flabbergasting. I can't claim that I've consumed hallucinogenic substances, but I'm sure these monstrosities will haunt me for the rest of my life, all backed by a soundtrack that they couldn't have spent more than a day on I can only classify as "generic banjo."

All in all, a fun watch. 8/10. Would recommend.

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