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    Z is a worker ant that doesn't fit in his society which puts the value of the colony over personal achievement. Z tries to break from it to earn attention of Princess Bala whom he falls in love with. But when war breaks out, it's up to Z to save the country, and later, change it.
    Duration: 83 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1998
    IMDb: 6.6
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  • Actors of "AntZ"

  • Characters of "AntZ"

  • Directors of "AntZ"

    Eric Darnell. Director of AntZ

    Eric Darnell

    Tim Johnson. Director of AntZ

    Tim Johnson

  • Creators of "AntZ"

    Todd Alcott. Director of AntZ

    Todd Alcott

    Birthdate: 22 October 1961, Crystal Lake, Illinois, USA
    Chris Weitz. Director of AntZ

    Chris Weitz

    Birthdate: 30 November 1969, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "AntZ"

    TIME Magazine

    September 04, 2008

    Kids may be puzzled by rebellious worker ants chanting Marxist slogans, but their parental guides may welcome the relief from the prevailing blandness of family films.

    Time Out

    June 24, 2006

    Visually striking and dynamically shot, this has strong characters and no shortage of incident.

    San Francisco Chronicle

    June 18, 2002

    The filmmakers seem to have deliberately snubbed the traditional audience for animated features.

    Globe and Mail

    April 12, 2002

    It's a perfect picnic, without the pesky human interference.

    Rolling Stone

    May 11, 2001

    Antz is refreshingly naughty and nice.

    Los Angeles Times

    February 14, 2001

    Antz is brief enough, clocking in at 83 minutes, but its story is too predictable to make an impact even in such a short space.

    Common Sense Media

    December 22, 2010

    Great effects, but surprisingly violent. Lacks kid appeal.

    Boxoffice Magazine

    October 18, 2008

    A Engaging and awe-inspiring animation once again elevates Shrek's world to fantastic heights, and the laughs are just as freewheeling as we have come to expect.

    TV Guide

    September 04, 2008

    By any standard, the film is a remarkable technical achievement.


    September 04, 2008

    The artwork is spectacular, vocal performances uniformly capable and the jokes appealing to both adults and children.


    July 23, 2007

    Appeals to your daydreams when you were a kid and you wondered about the daily physical hassles of an ant.

    Combustible Celluloid

    May 26, 2006

    Though the story is standard formula kids' fare, the Allen presence brings an adult swing to it, making it more than passable for both.

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