From the largest elephant to the smallest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a mammal metropolis where various animals live and thrive. When Judy Hopps becomes the first rabbit to join the police force, she quickly learns how tough it is to enforce the law. Determined to prove herself, Judy jumps at the opportunity to solve a mysterious case. Unfortunately, that means working with Nick Wilde, a wily fox who makes her job even harder.
"Zootopia" is the latest Disney movie and it’s definitely one of my favorite modern Disney era movies. This is largely due to a fantastic story. It’s not only fun for the children, but adults will adore it as well. "Zootopia" offers a great message about following your dreams and also about racism, which is a topic you don't see a lot in animated movies. Besides the story, we also get a gorgeous animation which will most likely be the new benchmark for future movies with animals in them. The voice acting was stellar as well. Especially Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps. As a final note, I want to mention the, sure to be classic, sloth scene, which was absolutely glorious. Bottom line, “Zootopia” is certainly a must-see for everybody who loves a great animation movie.
It’s been a while since I saw an animation movie and I was stoked to see Zootopia (or Zootropolis). Luckily, I wasn’t let down at all and I adored the movie altogether. The story was original in my opinion and I thought the movie was quite successful at portraying an animal society. Furthermore, I was really fond of the characters in the film and I found them to be very lifelike. However, some of the characters were pretty flat and in general didn’t add much depth to the story. They were mostly there to fill in some story points. Lastly, the animation was good though I wouldn’t say it was amazing. I do think the scenery itself was great. All things considered I can recommend Zootopia to any movie goer.
Disney hits another home run with “Zootopia” and they continue their streak with this original movie set in the animal kingdom. The animation is on point as we have come to expect from a Disney movie. All the voice actors did a fine job portraying all the likable characters, especially Judy Hopps was a standout for us. We did, however, think some characters were a bit redundant. Going further into the story, “Zootopia” presents us with a commentary on racism that you don’t see often in an animation movie. Apart from the message about racism, we were also able to find another interesting motive in the story being “follow your dreams”. Overall we can safely recommend “Zootopia” to both young and old.