When it's either this or the first Presidential debate, I've got to go with . . .
The entire movie takes place at a construction site for a new resort for stuffy rich people to pass their time while the working people suffer the consequences of their frivolous decisions.
Main rich characters include a buyer and his "business" "partner" looking to buy up all the nearby bed-n-breakfasts like it's a Monopoly board, a stuffy elderly woman who owns said B&B, and her daughter. Main working-class characters include the poolboy and the men working on the construction site. And while I'm usually pretty keen on names, I didn't bother with ants!
|What I DO remember is this kid's name is Billy.|
After the halfway mark the characters do what they should have done the entire time: consult an expert, who provides an abundance of knowledge not only about his field but also a typical philosophy needed to be heard/explored in the sub-genre of Man Vs. Nature: "We force them to live in a toxic world -- why should we be surprised when they fight back?" he says as he pushes up his glasses.
|Entomologists orders can't be wrong, right? Right?!|