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Empire of the Ants
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Empire of the Ants

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The film follows a con artist named Joan Collins, who is trying to sell phony real estate in the Florida everglades. Unfortunately, she and her unsuspecting clients are unaware of potential threat from the giant ants lying behind the surface.
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Christopher Null

January 30, 2003

We interrupt this soap opera to bring you... a monster movie!
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Matt Brunson
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June 11, 2015

You'll be rooting for the ants.
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Chuck O'Leary

October 09, 2005

One of those movies that's a nailbiter for a little kid, but laughable when revisted as an adult.
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Frank Wilkins
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February 24, 2004

Cheap special effects and nonexistent horror in a 'horror' flick make for one boring waste of celluloid.
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Variety Staff
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March 26, 2009

Periodic moments of good special effects are separated by reels of dramatic banality as players flounder in flimsy dialog and under sluggish direction.
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Bob Bloom

September 18, 2002

Bring on the DDT. A silly giant-bug opus with cheap special effects.
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Steve Crum

October 15, 2004

Teaming Collins with ants is pure Bert I. Gordon.
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Scott Weinberg

July 26, 2002

What's scarier: ants or Bert I. Gordon movies?
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A.H. Weiler

May 09, 2005

The movie swarmed into local theaters yesterday; unfortunately, the insects and the people in this mélange of ersatz science-fiction and dull adventure deserve one another.
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Dennis Schwartz
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March 19, 2004

Bert I. Gordon makes ant crap out of an H.G. Wells short story he loosely adapted to the big screen.
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