Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) 3D YIFY Movie

Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) 3D

A stranded young ladybug forms an alliance with a squad of black ants in order to retrieve a rather unusual treasure to the ant hive.

IMDB: 7.12 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Adventure
  • Quality: 3D
  • Size: 1.43G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 10

The Synopsis for Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) 3D

In a peaceful little clearing, the remains of a picnic hastily abandoned spark warfare between two tribes of ants. A bold young ladybug finds himself caught in the middle of the battle. He befriends one of the black ants, Mandible, and helps him save the anthill from the assault of the terrible red ant warriors, led by the fearful Butor. A fantastic journey at ground level...


The Director and Players for Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) 3D

[Director]Thomas Szabo
[Director]Hélène Giraud


The Reviews for Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) 3D


Cute, heartwarming journeyReviewed byGraceVote: 7/10

Minuscule is about a baby ladybird who gets lost and befriends some ants. I went into this expecting it to be some happy little film with cute creatures, but it's so much more. There was so much peril in store for the ladybird and his friends, I began to wonder if there was even going to be a happy ending! I love the characters, even with the minor ones like the spider you still get a good feel of their personality.

The wide mountain shots were absolutely stunning, and paired beautifully with the soundtrack. I love that although the creatures were animated, they still used real backgrounds. I also love the insect noises being like traffic, which I thought was very original. It also helps make a distinction between the red and black ants, as the black ants have a calming whistle whilst the red ants sound like angry dogs in my opinion.

Parts of the film were a bit unrealistic. Obviously the big fight at the end was and I was okay with that because it was funny and it's an animated film so what else would you expect, but the beginning with the pregnant lady is a bit stupid. She starts going into labor (I assume this anyway, we only see some light gasps) and plays with her husbands leg to wake him, then they both gaze at the scenery before he knows what's up. If you have time to gaze at the scenery, you have time to pick up your picnic and not be litterbugs. I guess they had to set up the film somehow though. I also think it's crazy they had a whole box full of sugar, that's gonna be one hyper baby she gives birth to.

Overall, Minuscule is a cute little film with some original touches and it's definitely worth watching.

Well made and original but wastes its potentialReviewed bydemhierVote: 8/10

I'm glad I followed this recommendation from a IMDb list. This movie is really something out of the ordinary. For once, there is no dialogue. None at all. But it doesn't matter, because everything is either told visually or through animation and sounds. In that matter it is very consistent.

It is beautifully shot, lid and scored. The fusion of real environments and animated animals go well together. I liked the sound design in particular, although it is very cartoonish.

There are some creative bits that made me laugh out loud. Some of the humor is a little juvenile for my taste, though.

The first act is flawless. Unfortunately the narrative gets messy in the last 30 minutes with scenes that go nowhere and a finale that lacks any emotion and is tonally inconsistent. For that sole reason I cannot give this film a higher rating.

No dialogue - but perfectly understandableReviewed bymarkleachsa-1Vote: 8/10

When I started watching this charming film, I was surprised not to see the usual list of stars who would be voicing the various parts. However, once the film got going and went to ground level I realised that there are no human stars - because there are no words. And yet I understood every conversation with no difficulty whatsoever.

This is the brilliance of this film - one which puts cgi (and not a lot of cgi really) over real filmed scenes in an effortless, flowing way to create completely believable cinematography. That is not to say the film is believable, in the same way that Tinkerbell and A Bugs Life are unbelievable. And yet it is completely riveting to watch a ladybug take a meandering, drifting, wonderfully entertaining journey to save the day for new friends.

There are no words spoken, and yet there is plenty of perfectly understandable dialogue - a mixture of toots, peeps and growls that need no translation, along with a mass of subtle and not-so-subtle sound effects. The humour of realising that the buzz flies are the insect equivalent of a motorcycle gang, and the smile at hearing the oh-so-faint sounds of sawing and hammering as the ants build their nest - these are some of what make the-film-with-the-impossibly-long-name so satisfying, even as an adult. And my children were completely engrossed and living the story along with the minuscule hero all the way through.

Great movie.

Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) 3D Related Movies

Wonder Woman (2017) 3D Poster

Wonder Woman (2017) 3D

Geostorm (2017) 3D Poster

Geostorm (2017) 3D

The Legend of Secret Pass (2019) 1080p Poster

The Legend of Secret Pass (2019) 1080p

Cinderella and Secret Prince (2018) Poster

Cinderella and Secret Prince (2018)

Titanic (1997) 3D Poster

Titanic (1997) 3D

Shark Tale (2004) 1080p Poster

Shark Tale (2004) 1080p

Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002) 1080p Poster

Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002) 1080p

Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002) Poster

Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002)