Top Movie Rip Offs
Dreamworks just had the habit of taking Disney films and just making uglier and more unpleasant versions of them, Ex. Small Soldiers was the uglified version of Toy Story, Antz was the uglified version of Bugs Life and Shark Tale while not copying the same plot seemed like the uglified version of Finding Nemo, and unlike Disney where throughout the movie you're happy and entertained, during these movies you feel uncomfortable and disturbed. At least now Dreamworks has redeemed them selfs with all the great movies they've been making, while Disney is starting to get their respect back by making films like Frozen and Big Hero 6. At least they're in good spots now
I have loved Bug's Life since I was a little kid. It has to be one of my favorite Pixar films of all time. I watched Antz when I was still young but did not enjoy. Antz tried to make a "mature" version by adding references that, even though weren't inappropriate or something that only adults would understand, were something many would not enjoy.
I remember growing up and watching Bug's Life. And I pretty much enjoyed it. And then comes along Ants, A movie by Dreamworks. A movie I didn't pretty much enjoy, I think Bug's Life by Disney and Pixar are better. So Bug's Life wins.
Antz is not a Rip-Off of A Bug's Life. Bug Bites: An Ant's life rips off both
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This should be number one. Video Brinquedo always makes terrible rip-offs and why is Antz vs Bugs Life number one? At least both have effort and quality but this one?
Another example of a mockbuster and that rip off is definitely try hard to be best.
I did the same thing here.
NO! If you would just read the book you would know they are very different. Of course, maybe your brains are to small to see the dozens of differences.
Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen deserves to be universally loved, whereas, Disney's Frozen deserves to be universally hated.
Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen rocks and rules, whereas, Disney's Frozen sucks and drools.
Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen's superior, whereas, Disney's Frozen's inferior.
I know Artimas Fowl didn't come out yet, But the book is a ripoff of the Harry Potter series, so who's to say the movie won't?
Ironically enough, The Wild was made by Disney.
How is it a Lion King ripoff?
DOTFPOFTA also shares elements with The Lion King's sequel. For example, two opposing worlds coming across together for the first time. Humans are like Simba's pride, and apes are like Scar's. In the end, they have a battle and one dude falls off an edge.