Michael Schelp is an independent animated film maker. He works with a handful of people to make animated films with moral values. His first film was "Bug Bites: An Ant's Life".
To the right is the full movie of Bug Bites: An Ant's Life.
Some people complained about his films being rip offs, but they do not have similar plot lines. (The one and only requirement for a movie to be a rip off is if it has a similar or identical plot line) And his movies do not copy similar plot lines.
Sadly, many people make negative comments about his movie, but here is the thing: He only had a handful of people on his team, so they could not make a movie as top notch as something Dream Works or Pixar makes. These movies are far more mature and serious than the main stream movie company films. These movies also share some Conservative moral value as well.
American YouTuber Cabin Boi 24 makes a positive movie review on "A Car's Life: Sparky's Big Adventure"
Cabin Boi praises the film, scoring it an 8/10 for it's Conservative moral value, it's interesting and unique plot line, and it's maturity.