A man versus bee series review is a list of studies compiled by a fictitious person who watched A Man Vs. Bees series and provided his thoughts about the show. Honestly, I do not know how this show got even two stars on IMDB, but for me, it’s only worth one star just because it kept my attention for four episodes, and then after that, I wasn’t hooked.
The star rating is for the whole series, not for individual episodes. Any comments about how the show fell short of its potential or was better than expected are welcome.
About Man Vs. Bee
The show is free on youtube, but it can be challenging to watch. It’s only 15-minute episodes, and I ran out of battery several times on my phone (we’ll blame my son’s camera because he filmed the entire movie).
I found myself not paying attention and having to hit the pause button, which is why I left only one “star” on each episode (the lowest rating I could rate). It’s annoying to have to hit the pause button several times.
Review Of Man Vs. Bee
The show has a good opening. It starts with how bees are essential to humans, as most people don’t know this, and how many died off due to disease outbreaks and GM foods (genetically modified foods).
The show also shows how the bees harmed some other insects (caterpillars, etc.). But then, what is the point of the movie? Well, it’s about a moth that kills off all of the bees in a particular area, which causes everyone to be in big trouble (this is where all the drama is at).
There are a lot of characters, and there are a lot of subplots, but overall, nothing is resolved by the end nor does anything new happen throughout. As a result, the show is a complete waste of time and has no point.
The Cast Of Man Vs. Bee
Trevor Bingley as Rowan Atkinson, Nina as Jing Lusi, Jess as Claudie Blakley, the Police Officer Tom Basden, Christian as Julian Rhind-Tutt, the as Greg McHugh, Maddy as India Fowler
Story Of Man Vs. Bee
Ondrea, a writer from Ohio, wrote a story about how she came to enjoy beekeeping. The post is told in three parts and ends with some advice for other people looking to start beekeeping.
At the beginning of spring, Ondrea began craving bees and finding herself drawn to any article on bees she found on Google.
However, around April 21st, when Ondrea’s driveway was full of flowers that needed pollination, her old bee hives were no longer ready for the task. At this desperate moment, the bee suppliers’ website filled her needs, and she bought a new multitude.
The beehives were delivered to Ondrea’s home, but there was one slight problem with the new hives: they were empty. An empty queen cage, used to house the queen bee, had been placed in the packs, but no queen was present.
Reviews On Man Vs. Bee
The show was a waste of time. There was no sense of urgency, and nothing happened, even though the premise is so powerful (all the bees are dying). The fake trailers at the end were fantastic, though, and made me wish I got this movie on DVD so I could watch them. They’re only one minute long and have a good dose of humor and some more drama.
Studio Of Man Vs. Bee
The film is directed by Maja Milos, who also led “War of the Arrows,” but I consider that to be a masterpiece. Unfortunately, the same studio did not even make this film. It’s produced by IM Global, which also had “The Rover.” The screenplay is written by Kirk Shaw (who also registered “The Rover”).