فيلم Bugs

Bugs

Bugs is a movie starring Josh Evans, Roberto Flore, and Ben Reade. In an effort to determine their sustainability as a food source, two chefs travel throughout the world tasting insects.

Other Titles
Robaki, Äta myror?, Vabalai, Insekter på menuen
Running Time
1 hours 13 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Andreas Johnsen
Actors
Josh Evans, Ben Reade, Roberto Flore
Country
France, Netherlands, Denmark, Germany
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In an effort to determine their sustainability as a food source, two chefs travel throughout the world tasting insects.

Comments about documentary «Bugs» (9)

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Richard

I went to the cinema with my husband on a Sunday evening and we had a great time watching this film. The first half of the film was quite engaging and really brought the story to life. It also made me feel a bit nostalgic and nostalgic for a bit of a simpler time. However, the second half of the film took the story down a bit too far and made me feel a bit disappointed and a bit annoyed. I did not find this film very well made, it felt like it was shot on a cheap film-school budget. The film itself was also quite slow and at times I felt a bit bored. The story was good but not really original, it was more like a story that had been done before. I felt that this film could have been a lot more interesting and more original if the second half had been better developed. Overall, I would recommend this film to people who like to watch a story that is different to what we are used to. If you want to see a film that is similar to what we are used to then this is definitely not for you. If you are looking for a film that will make you think and make you feel nostalgic then this is definitely the film for you. I would say that this film was worth watching but only because of the great story and the great actors. Overall, I would give this film a 7/10.

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Gerald Ortiz

This documentary is a must see for anyone interested in the history of the insect. The title, "Bugs," is an apt description of the insect's life. Bugs are called "bugs" because they live in a colony, and they can be grouped into three groups: Queen, Worker and Drone. Queen is the largest and most powerful insect, and it is the most intelligent. She is responsible for making sure that the colony is healthy and functioning. Worker is the smallest and weakest, and is the most humble. It is the worker who is the main source of food for the Queen. Drone is the smallest and weakest. It is the drone who is the main source of food for the Queen. This is a fascinating documentary about the insect's life. The film is a bit slow moving at times, but it does a good job of explaining the insect's life and how it is related to humans. The film is narrated by a male bug expert, and the voice of the narrator is provided by the insect. The documentary is interesting and informative. It is worth seeing.

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John

I am not a very big fan of the british film industry, but I have to say I was very impressed with this documentary. It was very informative, and I loved the way it was filmed. It was really well edited and you really felt like you were there in the british countryside. It was also very funny. I also really enjoyed the way it was shot and the way they used the actual locations. It really made the film even more interesting. I think the director really knows how to make documentaries. It was very well made, and I really hope they make more like it. I really enjoyed it and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the british film industry.

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Alexander Ruiz

If you have ever wanted to know what it is like to be a bug, this documentary is for you. It is a little dated, but I think the idea is still good. It's not a documentary about the bugs, it's a documentary about people. And it is very entertaining. The idea that there are actually bugs is amazing, and the people in this documentary are very interesting. The documentary is very funny, and you can see how they are very shy and how they are not able to express their feelings. There are some funny scenes, like the first time the bug sees the camera, and then the first time it sees a man, and then the second time it sees a woman. The bug is very smart, and it knows how to play with the camera. It also has a very interesting story, and it is interesting to see how the people deal with bugs. It's also a good documentary for the kids. I recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries.

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Danielle

I am a big fan of the BUGS series, and it's just such a shame that they didn't continue the series. I am not a fan of the series, but I am a fan of the movies, so I was excited when I heard about the possibility of a new movie. The movie itself is not bad, it's just not as good as the previous movies. I liked the idea of a documentary, but the movie itself is a little boring. It's just not the same as the other movies. I would recommend the other movies, especially the first one, because it's just great. But I think the movie is a little better than the previous ones, and that's why I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Arthur Olson

This documentary is not for the faint of heart. It is a portrait of a family and their journey through the real life of a cancer patient. It is an amazing story that is filled with emotion and a special message that one will never forget. It is a great documentary to see as a family can share their story and learn from each other. This film was made by a family and the result is a film that has an emotional impact on the viewer. It is a must see film for anyone who has been in the same situation as the family in this film.

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Kathy Ortega

I loved this movie. It was funny, well-acted, and it was a very entertaining movie. I thought the story was great, and it was full of life and hope. I was really happy to see that the movie was able to get a rating of 7.7 out of 10, and I thought it was a great movie, and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a great movie to watch.

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Jennifer Gray

It's a shame that this documentary was so heavily edited and censored. The only reason I'm giving this a 10 instead of a 9 is that it did manage to get a lot of things right, like the fact that the insects in the movie were actually the bugs in the movie. Also, the fact that the insects were portrayed as being more aggressive and dangerous. It was almost like they were trying to make the insects look more dangerous and dangerous. I don't know if this is true, but it was pretty impressive to see that the bugs actually had some kind of intelligence and were able to communicate. It was also interesting to see the fact that the bugs had some kind of intelligence and were able to survive in the harsh conditions that the people were living in. I thought that the documentary was pretty interesting and it was a good idea to make a documentary about the bugs and to show them as they really are.

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Marilyn N.

I have seen all of the documentaries and this one was by far the best. It is a great look at the problems and benefits of a genetically modified organism. The film was very informative and very well done. I was amazed at the amount of research and effort that went into the production of this documentary. The production was very professional and informative. The editing was excellent and the narration was very well done. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about genetically modified organisms.