A Bug's Life Movie Synopsis & Plot
Flik was a less-than ordinary ant with big dreams. Containing an inventive mind and grand scale plans, he was a nuisance to all the others. Not only was he clumsy, but annoying as well, and his inventions seemed to hinder their harvest more than help it. And the day that the grasshoppers came, to take the ants' food like they did every year, Flik accidentally made the food all disappear.
Hopper, the leader of the grasshoppers, enraged by the apparent "lack of productivity," stated that when he was to return at the end of the summer, there better be twice the amount of nuts than usual, or bad things would come. The ants, realizing that they could not scrounge up so much food in so little time, looked upon Flik for blame. They, using his idea, sent him away to find a clan of warrior to fight against the grasshoppers, never expecting him to return. He did, however, joined by a group of circus misfits disguised as warriors. And those bugs, along with the ants, would prepare to stand up against Hopper and the evil grasshoppers once and for all.
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