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Them!

1954
Sci-fi, Horror
1h 34m
Nuclear tests in the desert result in the growth of gigantic mutant ants who menace cities in the American south-west as a team of investigators and the army search for a way to control their spread.
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Rated
80th
5
If this was in color, I bet these ants would be RED
Rated
66th
71
"When Man entered the Atomic Age, he opened the door to a new world." Here this fairly entertaining classic 50's atomic sci-fi, giant bug, monster-movie just spells out the thematic question of the day, and asks what will the future "Atomic Age" hold for the world? It was clear mankind was entering a realm that was unusual. Maybe it's magic, or contains some kind of monster. The second one. (It's almost always some kind of monster) Prepare yourself as Mankind enters, 'The Scary Door'.
Rated
38th
3
A very fun giant monster movie, with that unmistakable 50s charm. Apart from its obvious commentary on nuclear war, it's also notable for its undeniable influence on Aliens (the queens, the little girl at the beginning that formed the basis for Newt, the flamethrowers, etc.). This isn't as good, but since Aliens is one of the best movies ever made and this is "merely" great fun.
Rated
57th
75
I miss the simpler age, when we feared communism, nuclear war, and giant mutant ants...
Rated
51st
54
Surprisingly more entertaining than other similar movies of the era. It's still a product of its times, but through the shadow of apocalypse, the massive government conspiracy, and the claustrophobia of the ant tunnels, it manages to be somewhat exciting.
Avg Percentile 52.60% from 587 total ratings
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