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It's Tough to Be a Bug! reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for It's Tough to Be a Bug!, a 4d movie in Discovery Island at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

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Posted: March 17, 2014

Located under the park's iconic Tree of Life, this 4D film featuring characters from A Bug's Life actually premiered before that Pixar animated movie. The show includes all the typical 3D/4D gags, including objects seemingly flying from the screen, creepy-crawlies on your seat, and even a fragrant stinkbug. Obviously, you'll want to avoid this show if insects, well, bug you. (Sorry, we couldn't resist.)

Readers' rating:

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91 votes, so far

The movie that the film is based on was ok, the show was good. Not the best 4-D film in Orlando (T2 at Universal is) but it's a nice show to see. THERE IS ALWAYS A KID CRYING. The 4-D show part is good, the Hopper AA is amazing, THE CRYING IS HORRIBLE. Disney should make the show a little tamer for the young ones because Avatar land is replacing Camp Micky. 6/10 - Jaiden Cohen

This is a really fun show, but so so short. The use of 4D is limited in certain areas. One time you get everything, and the next you get a couple things that are supposed to make you jump etc. Could well freak a couple kids out, and quite often a child in the audience will start crying, but it is a really good family friendly show, with some fairly good humour. - James McGee

When everything runs smoothly (hornet stingers, cockroach squirming, fog) this is as perfect as a 3D show gets. If it weren't for the double vision problem which has plagued the attraction since its inception (I first visited the park the day after opening) this would be a 10 out of 10. - Eric Zaldivar

Best 3D show ever. 9/10. - David L.

Great queue and entertaining show. The only negative is that it's so very short. - Rob Pastor

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