Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.

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7 responses to “Bee Movie (2007) – Review”

  1. » Box Office: Bee outbuzzes Saw

    [...] weekend, with the debut of AMERICAN GANGSTER coming in at #1 with $46.34-million. That did not stop BEE MOVIE, Jerry Seinfeld’s computer-animated comedy, from buzzing to a strong opening as well., [...]

  2. » Box Office: Bee Movie Buzzes to #1

    [...] by Steve Biodrowski on 13 Nov 2007 at 01:34 am | Tagged as: Box Office, Movies BEE MOVIE achieved a rare feet this weekend: After making its debut the previous week at the #2 position, it [...]

  3. » U.S. Box Office: Compass points to #1

    [...] BEE MOVIE flew from #9 to #10 with $2.61-million. After six weeks of release, the film’s total stands at an impressive $121.03-million. [...]

  4. » Hollywood Gothique: “Cloverfield” - Opening Night

    [...] theatre’s sound system) consisted of a humorous bit with Barry B. Benson (from the animated BEE MOVIE) doing some foley work that blasts out the amplified sound system of the on-screen control room. As [...]

  5. » Film & DVD Review: Oscar-Nominee Ratatouille - When the Cascade Doesn’t Quite Take Effect

    [...] nails Bird’s strength: Whereas second-rate CGI films like BEE MOVIE are content to continually hurl digital cream pies in our face, hoping the cream filling will [...]

  6. » Laserblast: No Country, Bee Movie, Tin Man

    [...] big release this week is BEE MOVIE, which did not earn the accolades of NO COUNTRY but certainly earned some big bucks. Unfortunately, [...]

  7. Box Office: Thanksgiving audiences are Enchanted | Cinefantastique Online

    [...] BEE MOVIE buzzed from #5 to #2, where it polinated $12.01-million worth of tickets. After four weeks of release, the film’s U.S. total stands at an impressive $112.07-million. [...]

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