A rather peculiar movie titled Bigbug is coming to Netflix this Friday, Feb. 11, and we think this will be a good Netflix movie to watch this weekend with friends.
Bigbug is a French science fiction film written and directed by Academy Award-nominated director Jean-Pierre Jeunet. The movie stars Dominique Pinon, Elsa Zylberstein, Isabelle Nanty, Youssef Hajdi, Alban Lenoir, François Levantal, Claire Chust, Claude Perron, Marysol Fertard, and Helie Thonnat.
Bigbug is set during the year 2045 in a quiet community where humans rely heavily on robots with domestic tasks. But things suddenly go south when the androids decide to stage a coup and lock their masters up in their own home. While the bickering group of suburbanites is stuck inside, an android uprising happens outside.
If the science fiction movie’s synopsis piqued your interest, you probably want to know what time it will be arriving on Netflix. That’s no problem for us. We shared Bigbug‘s release time right below.
Bigbug release time on Netflix
Get ready to save the date and set your timers because this upcoming Netflix movie will drop on the streamer on Feb. 11 at 12:00 a.m. Pacific Time/3:00 a.m. Eastern Time. The sci-fi film has a 1 hour and 51 minutes runtime, so it’ll be a quick watch. You’ll be on to the next movie before you know it.
What is Bigbug rated?
Bigbug is rated TV-MA, which means the movie is for mature audiences only. It should not be viewed by anyone aged 17 and younger. There will most likely be scenes showing sexual content, nudity, and violence. Also, coarse language will be used by some of the characters. So make sure your kids are tucked in and ready for bed before you begin watching the sci-fi film.
Here’s the official trailer to get you hyped for the movie’s release!
As you can tell by the trailer, there will also be plenty of funny scenes that will have you belly laughing. It’s an offbeat and quirky movie, and we recommend you check it out.
Bigbug will be available to stream on Netflix on Feb. 11 at 12:00 a.m. PT/3:00 a.m. ET. Will you be watching the sci-fi film?