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|Studio :||Walt Disney Pictures / Walt Disney Animation Studios /|
|Crew :||Tyler J. Kupferer / Jared Bush /|
|Cast :||Ginnifer Goodwin Jason Bateman Shakira Idris Elba Octavia Spencer|
|Genre :||Adventure Adventure Adventure Adventure Animation|
Determined to prove herself, Officer Judy Hopps, the first bunny on Zootopia's police force, jumps at the chance to crack her first case - even if it means partnering with scam-artist fox Nick Wilde to solve the mystery.
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Also starring Ginnifer Goodwin
Also starring Jason Bateman
Also starring Shakira
With its upfront themes of prejudice and diversity, and its release at a time in which society s biases are under the microscope, Zootopia may be one of the more fortuitously scheduled family entertainments in recent memory.
Disney offers a decades-later correction to Song of the South, in which rabbits and foxes have a chance to live together in relative harmony.
Just when it was looking like animated animal movies had run out of anything original to say, along comes the smartly amusing, crisply relevant Zootopia to handily demonstrate there s still plenty of bite left in the anthropomorphic CG menagerie.
The world that Zootropolis creates is intelligent and fascinatingly detailed -- it feels more like a movie by Disney-owned Pixar than a straight Disney film.
Zootopia s message of tolerance is a noble one. But it s loopy moments ... that give this modest film its magic.
Heavy with pop allusions and references to other crime underworld movies, including The Godfather and Chinatown, Zootopia is impressive in its visual conception and scope: At once straightforward and densely layered with wit and incident ...
"Zootopia" dishes its messages the best way possible: colorfully, cleverly, warmly and with humor, all packaged in a strong storyline. It s not among the animated greats, but close enough to certainly be worth a couple hours of a parent s time.
Right there with the likes of "Up" and "Inside Out," "Zootopia" is so well done I forgot it was animated.
Its earnest "You can be anything!" message is heavy-handedly clear, though Zootopia works best as a funny romp that ingeniously imagines a landscape where hamsters can be businessmen and polar bears are the coolest bodyguards around.
By investigating the mechanics of long-held cartoon assumptions (both about the harmoniousness of some cartoon animals, and the characteristics of others), Disney is encouraging viewers young and old to see the world differently and more thoughtfully.