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  1. Antz (1998) - IMDb

    Oct 02, 1998 · In an anthill with millions of inhabitants, Z 4195 is a worker ant. Feeling insignificant in a conformity system, he accidentally meets beautiful Princess Bala, who has a similar problem on the other end of the social scale. In order to meet her again, Z switches sides with his soldier friend Weaver - only to become a hero in the course of events.

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    • Eric Darnell, Tim Johnson
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  2. Antz - Wikipedia

    Antz is a 1998 American computer-animated adventure comedy film directed by Eric Darnell and Tim Johnson (in their feature directorial debuts) from a screenplay by Todd Alcott, Chris Weitz, and Paul Weitz. The film features the voices of Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Jennifer Lopez, Sylvester Stallone, Christopher Walken, Dan Aykroyd, Anne Bancroft, Danny Glover and Gene Hackman.

  3. Antz (1998) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Movie Info Z the worker ant (Woody Allen) strives to reconcile his own individuality with the communal work-ethic of the ant colony.

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    • adventure, comedy, romance, animation, kids and family, fantasy
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  4. Why Antz Was the Most Divisive Movie of the 1990s (Yes, ANTZ)

    May 11, 2020 · At the top of the list, ahead of both The Blair Witch Project and Babe, is the 1998 DreamWorks animated feature Antz. Antz was released only one month before Disney/Pixar's A Bug's Life and it split critics and audiences more than any other film of the '90s.

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  6. Antz | Dreamworks Animation Wiki | Fandom
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    The setting for the story is an ant colony in Central Park in New York City, under the chronological timespan of four days. The protagonist is Z-4195, or \\"Z\\" for short, a neurotic, pessimistic, and individualistic worker ant living in a wholly totalitarian society who longs for the opportunity to truly express himself. His friends include fellow worker ant Azteca and a soldier ant, Weaver. Z meets Princess Bala at a bar where she goes to escape from her suffocating royal life and falls in lov...

    1. Woody Allen as Z-4195 (\\"Z\\") 2. Gene Hackman as General Mandible 3. Sharon Stone as Princess Bala 4. Sylvester Stallone as Corporal Weaver 5. Jennifer Lopez as Azteca 6. Christopher Walken as Colonel Cutter 7. Anne Bancroft as The Queen Ant 8. Dan Aykroyd as Chip the Wasp 9. Grant Shaud as The Foreman 10. Danny Glover as Staff Sergeant Barbatus 11. John Mahoney as Grebs 12. Jane Curtin as Muffin (\\"Muffy\\") the Wasp 13. Paul Mazursky as Z's psychiatrist 14. Frank Welker and Charile Skanker a...

    In 1988, Disney was pitched to develop a movie called Army Ants, about a pacifist worker ant teaching lessons of independent thinking to his militaristic colony. Years later, Jeffrey Katzenberg, then chairman of Disney's film division, left the company in a feud with CEO Michael Eisner over the vacant president position after the death of Frank Wells. Jeffrey formed DreamWorks SKG with Steven Spielberg and David Geffen and planned to rival Disney with the company's new animation division. Kat...

    In 1997, a teaser trailer for Antz, depicting the opening scene with Z in the ant psychiatrist office, first played in theaters in front of select prints of As Good as It Gets. Anticipation was generally high with adult moviegoers rather than families and children.Antz was released to VHS and DIVX on February 9, 1999, and to DVD on March 23, 1999, becoming the first feature-length CGI-animated feature to be available on DVD. However, the DVD release used a 35mm print of the film to create the...

    Characters 1. Ants (First appearance) 1. Azteca (First appearance) 2. Princess Bala (First appearance) 3. Barbatus (First appearance) 4. Colonel Cutter (First appearance) 5. Flying ants (First appearance) 6. The Foreman (First appearance) 7. Grebs (First appearance) 8. General Mandible (First appearance) 9. The Queen Ant (First appearance) 10. Ridgeway (First appearance) 11. Corporal Weaver (First appearance) 12. \\"Z-4195\\" Z (First appearance) 13. Z's psychiatrist (First appearance) (voice onl...

    1. This originally was also done by Steven Spielberg as the executive producer, but he was uncredited. 2. This is Jeffrey Katzenberg's first project that is not from Disney. 3. In July 2014, the film's distribution rights were purchased by DreamWorks Animation and transferred to 20th Century Fox. 4. This is the first DreamWorks Animation releases two films in the same year, while the other film is The Prince of Egypt. 5. This is the first DreamWorks Animation film to not feature any humans,...

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  7. Antz movie review & film summary (1998) | Roger Ebert

    The movie is the first animated feature from the DreamWorks Studio, and benefits from the input of studio partners Jeffrey Katzenberg, who earlier oversaw the renaissance in Disney animation, and Steven Spielberg, whose " E.T.

  8. The Movie Antz Compared To Real World Political Systems ...

    In the movie Antz, the colony's government was set up with the Queen as the supreme ruler over the entire colony. All decisions for life in the colony were made by the Queen. All ants were required to work together for the greater good of the colony. Ants were not allowed free thought or to be individuals and make choices for themselves.

  9. The Concept of Leadership Style and Government in the Antz Movie

    Apr 10, 2019 · In DreamWorks production Antz, the story reaches far beyond the hardships of the ant colony and touches on topics numerous different aspects related to civics and government. The conflict in the movie begins with two opposing forces, Z and General Mandible. It is evident that each character’s actions and opinions resemble a type of government.

  10. Category:Antz Movie Spoofs | The Parody Wiki | Fandom

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  11. Termites | Dreamworks Animation Wiki | Fandom
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    The Termites were first mentioned by General Mandible and Colonel Cutter. The General and Colonel said that the Termites were desperate for foraging grounds (despite the fact that they lived in a wooden stump), and the colonel had gathered up a list of all platoons loyal to the queen, and not General Mandible. The General declared war on the termite mound, in order to kill off both the Ants, and the termites, both of whom could have posed a threat after the rebellion, as it was the queen who made and kept peace with the termites. At the Termite's colony, the ant soldiers (including Z) attempted a siege. They marched for several minutes, an hour or even possibly several hours. When the ants finally reached the termite colony, a large piece of wood, they yelled battlecries and charged in. Everything was quiet inside and everyone wondered where their termite prey were. All the termites were presumably killed, though the Termite queen was never shown to be killed, and all the ants excep...

    When one of the Termites noticed Z, it began to squirt acid at him and it shows Z's feet were touching the acid. This is possibly an error in the film.
    General Mandible, Colonel Cutter (formerly), The Termites and The Human are the only antagonists of the movie.
    They were voiced by Charile Skanker, who only did them growling.
    The Termites appear to be very wise, since one of them ambushed an Ant Soldier and killed him.
    The Termites use large mandibles to seize and crush ants, even with their armour and exoskeletons.
    Termites are Larger than the ants, and can be seen falling on top of ants upon death to crush and suffocate them.
    The Termites can use their claws to punch, claw and backhand opponets.
    Some people think that the termites ate the Ants due to the biting the ants with their mandibles, but in fact, Termites eat only Wood, grass and mushrooms (and the products of such things, like pap...
    Termite's designs look closer to a Termite worker than a Termite soldier.
    Oddly, despite being able to lift a wrecking ball full of ants, no ant was able to lift a termite.
    Termites only had one caste in the film, in reality they typically have 3 (soldier, worker and reproductive).
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