Zootopia

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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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Nick Wilde (voice): Jason Bateman
  • Judy Hopps (voice): Ginnifer Goodwin
  • Chief Bogo (voice): Idris Elba
  • Assistant Mayor Dawn Bellwether (voice): Jenny Slate
  • Officer Benjamin Clawhauser (voice): Nate Torrence
  • Bonnie Hopps (voice): Bonnie Hunt
  • Stu Hopps (voice): Don Lake
  • Yax (voice): Tommy Chong
  • Mayor Leodore Lionheart (voice): J.K. Simmons
  • Mrs. Otterton (voice): Octavia Spencer
  • Duke Weaselton (voice): Alan Tudyk
  • Gazelle (voice): Shakira
  • Flash (voice): Raymond S. Persi
  • Young Hopps (voice): Della Saba
  • Mr. Big (voice): Maurice LaMarche
  • Gideon Grey (voice): Phil Johnston
  • Drill Sergeant (voice): Fuschia!
  • Jerry Jumbeaux Jr. (voice): John DiMaggio
  • Dr. Madge Honey Badger (voice): Katie Lowes
  • Nangi (voice): Gita Reddy
  • Mr. Manchas (voice): Jesse Corti
  • Finnick (voice): Tom ‘Tiny’ Lister Jr.
  • Frantic Pig (voice): Josh Dallas
  • Fru Fru (voice): Leah Latham
  • Doug (voice): Rich Moore
  • Young Nick (voice): Kath Soucie
  • Peter Moosebridge (voice): Peter Mansbridge
  • Bucky Oryx-Antlerson / Travis (voice): Byron Howard
  • Pronk Oryx-Antlerson (voice): Jared Bush
  • Officer McHorn (voice): Mark Rhino Smith
  • Landlady (voice): Josie Trinidad
  • Mouse Foreman (voice): John Lavelle
  • Priscilla (voice): Kristen Bell
  • Additional Voices (voice): Evelyn Wilson Bresee
  • Additional Voices (voice): Hewitt Bush
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jill Cordes
  • Sharla / Gareth / Hippo kid (voice): Madeleine Curry
  • Additional Voices (voice): Terri Douglas
  • Angry Mouse (voice): Melissa Goodwin Shepherd
  • Guard Wolf / Additional Voices (voice): Zach King
  • Additional Voices (voice): Dave Kohut
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jeremy Milton
  • Additional Voices (voice): Pace Paulsen
  • Additional Voices (voice): Fabienne Rawley
  • Additional Voices (voice): Bradford Simonsen
  • Additional Voices (voice): Claire K. Smith
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jackson Stein
  • Additional Voices (voice): David A. Thibodeau
  • Additional Voices (voice): Hannah G. Williams
  • Parlez-Vous Rap: Daveed Diggs

Film Crew:

  • Executive Producer: John Lasseter
  • Visual Development: Peter DeSève
  • Original Music Composer: Michael Giacchino
  • Music Editor: Stephen M. Davis
  • ADR Supervisor: Daniel Laurie
  • First Assistant Sound Editor: Lynn Sable
  • Scoring Mixer: Joel Iwataki
  • Orchestrator: Tim Simonec
  • Editor: Fabienne Rawley
  • Foley: Scott Curtis
  • Story: Jim Reardon
  • Producer: Clark Spencer
  • Story: Byron Howard
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: David E. Fluhr
  • Musician: Greg Whipple
  • Associate Producer: Bradford Simonsen
  • Casting: Jamie Sparer Roberts
  • Visual Development: Andrew Edward Harkness
  • Story: Rich Moore
  • ADR Voice Casting: Terri Douglas
  • Animation: Andrew Lawson
  • Layout: Joaquin Baldwin
  • Story: Phil Johnston
  • Associate Producer: Monica Lago-Kaytis
  • Editor: Jeremy Milton
  • Layout: Tyler J. Kupferer
  • Animation: Shaofu Zhang
  • Musician: Cameron Patrick
  • Foley: John Roesch
  • Lighting Artist: Alexandre Cazals
  • Story: Jennifer Lee
  • Visual Development: Manuel Arenas
  • Lighting Artist: Ellen Poon
  • Animation: David Lisbe
  • Animation: Zach Parrish
  • Story Artist: Lauren MacMullan
  • Story Artist: Nancy Kruse
  • Art Direction: Matthias Lechner
  • Co-Director: Jared Bush
  • Musician: Eric Bradley
  • Production Supervisor: Tucker Gilmore
  • Music Editor: Earl Ghaffari
  • Animation: Chris Capel
  • Sound Effects Editor: Lee Gilmore
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Addison Teague
  • Foley Editor: Willard Overstreet
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jeremy Bowker
  • Foley: Alyson Dee Moore
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gabriel Guy
  • ADR & Dubbing: Phil Hadaway
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jack Whittaker
  • Mix Technician: Steve Schatz
  • Lighting Supervisor: Diana J. Zeng
  • Supervising Technical Director: Serge Sretschinsky
  • Story: Josie Trinidad
  • Visual Development: Armand Serrano
  • Animation: Bert Klein
  • Animation: Anthony DeRosa
  • Visual Development: James Finn
  • Visual Development: Rick Moore
  • Layout: Matsune Suzuki
  • Layout: Kendra Vander Vliet
  • Animation: Brian Menz
  • Technical Supervisor: Gregory Smith
  • Animation: Kevin MacLean
  • Animation: Mitja Rabar
  • Animation: Vitor Vilela
  • Animation: Jeff Williams
  • Creature Technical Director: Mike Navarro
  • Orchestrator: Robert Elhai
  • Animation: Valentín Amador
  • Visual Development: Shiyoon Kim
  • Storyboard Designer: Jeremy Spears
  • Foley: Mary Jo Lang
  • Animation: Mario Furmanczyk
  • Animation: Lee Hyun-min
  • Casting Associate: Cymbre Walk
  • Lighting Artist: Stephen Null
  • Modeling: Chris Patrick O’Connell
  • Modeling: Florian Perret
  • Technical Supervisor: Osiris Pérez
  • Animation: Dave Hardin
  • Technical Supervisor: Andrew Jennings
  • Animation: Morgan R. Kelly
  • Art Department Coordinator: Dave K. Komorowski
  • Technical Supervisor: Maia Neubig
  • Technical Supervisor: Navin Pinto
  • Modeling: Eric Provan
  • Technical Supervisor: Nicklas Puetz
  • Animation: John Wong
  • Lighting Artist: Olun Riley
  • Visual Development: Jim Martin
  • Modeling: Punn Wiantrakoon
  • Orchestrator: Jeff Kryka
  • Musician: Norman Ludwin
  • Executive In Charge Of Post Production: Bérénice Robinson
  • Animation Supervisor: James E. Hasman
  • Production Supervisor: Christopher Kracker
  • Production Supervisor: Leah Latham
  • Temp Music Editor: Dominick Certo
  • Foley Editor: Christopher Flick
  • Production Design: David Goetz
  • Lyricist: Andrea Datzman
  • Animation: Jacob Frey
  • Foley: Ronni Brown
  • Animation: Alexander Snow
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Kimberly W. Keech
  • Lighting Director: Brian Leach
  • Technical Supervisor: Ernest J. Petti
  • Lighting Artist: Chris Springfield
  • Character Designer: Jin Kim
  • Visual Development: Justin Cram
  • Visual Development: Scott Watanabe
  • Layout: Cory Rocco Florimonte
  • Layout: Allen Blaisdell
  • Layout: Terry Moews
  • Lighting Artist: Wally Schaab
  • Layout: David Wainstain
  • Digital Intermediate: Eliot Milbourn
  • Animation Production Assistant: Sarah Kambara
  • Animation: Michael Kiely
  • Layout: Lindsey St. Pierre
  • Music: Daveed Diggs
  • Animation Supervisor: Jennifer Hager
  • Casting Assistant: Sarah Raoufpur
  • Lighting Artist: Rob Engle
  • Sound Recordist: Chris Chae
  • Production Supervisor: Kelly Eisert
  • Production Supervisor: Stephanie Hachem
  • Production Supervisor: Ruth Strother
  • Animation: Doug Bennett
  • Animation Manager: Renato Dos Anjos
  • Animation: Mark Mitchell
  • Animation: Wayne Unten
  • Visual Development: Mac George
  • Animation: Darrin Butters
  • Animation: Youngjae Choi
  • Animation: Christopher Cordingley
  • Animation: Chadd Ferron
  • Animation: Jason Herschaft
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Scott Kersavage
  • Director of Photography: Nathan Warner
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: Jacob Riehle
  • Musician: Andrew Synowiec
  • Visual Development: Borja Montoro
  • Lighting Artist: Jongo
  • Lighting Supervisor: Lauren Albers
  • Script Supervisor: Jenny Bettis
  • Supervisor of Production Resources: Heather Blodget
  • Production Supervisor: Holly E. Bratton
  • Lighting Supervisor: Nathan Curtis
  • Production Manager: Jeff Chasin
  • Production Supervisor: Kelly Feeg
  • Set Production Assistant: Jennifer Gandrup
  • Production Supervisor: Nathan Massmann
  • Production Supervisor: Albert Ramirez
  • Production Supervisor: Debbie G. Yu
  • Production Supervisor: Nicholas Russell
  • Production Supervisor: David Okey
  • Visual Development: Brett M. Albert
  • Storyboard Designer: Chris Hubbard
  • Visual Development: Nick Orsi
  • Sound Recordist: Steve Bedaux
  • Sound Engineer: Edgar Meza
  • Sound Engineer: Steve Morris
  • Schedule Coordinator: Carrie Perry
  • Sound Engineer: Scott Levine
  • Lighting Artist: Jason MacLeod
  • Lighting Artist: Logan Gloor
  • Lighting Artist: Yezi Xue
  • Lighting Artist: Elizabeth Willy
  • Lighting Artist: Ka Yaw Tan
  • Lighting Artist: Heekyung Shin
  • Lighting Supervisor: Alex Nijmeh
  • Lighting Artist: Chadwick Orr
  • Lighting Artist: Jorge Obregon
  • Lighting Artist: Derek Nelson
  • Lighting Artist: Jonathan Navarro
  • Lighting Artist: Sarah Moore
  • Lighting Artist: Kévin Monnier
  • Lighting Artist: Angela McBride
  • Lighting Artist: Roger Lee
  • Lighting Artist: Kelly Kin
  • Lighting Artist: Jeff Gipson
  • Lighting Artist: Kaori Doi
  • Lighting Artist: Justin Dobies
  • Lighting Artist: Ryan DeYoung
  • Lighting Artist: Gregory Culp
  • Lighting Artist: Iveth Bueno
  • Animation Production Assistant: Mary Howie
  • Animation Supervisor: Nathan Engelhardt
  • Animation Supervisor: Kira Lehtomaki
  • Animation Supervisor: Chad Sellers
  • Animation Supervisor: Robert Christian Huth
  • Software Engineer: Ricky Arietta
  • Animation: Alberto Abril
  • Animation: Abraham Aguilar
  • Animation: Manuel Aparicio
  • Animation: Tony Bonilla
  • Animation: Tony Chau
  • Animation: Andrew Chesworth
  • Animation: Shawn Clark
  • Animation: Trent Correy
  • Animation: Patrick Danaher
  • Animation: Marat Davletshin
  • Animation: Riannon Delanoy
  • Animation: Daniel Edwards
  • Animation: Jeffrey Engel
  • Animation: Isaak Fernandez
  • Animation: Jason Figliozzi
  • Animation: Andrew Ford
  • Animation: Michael Franceschi
  • Animation: Derek Friesenborg
  • Animation: Jorge Garcia
  • Animation: Daniel Gonzales
  • Animation: Ryan Hobbiebrunken
  • Animation: Darrell W. Johnson
  • Animation: Mike Klim
  • Animation: Jackie Koehler
  • Animation: Kelly McClanahan
  • Animation: Matthew Meyer
  • Animation: Prothais Nicolas
  • Animation: Ryan Page
  • Animation: Daniel Martín Peixe
  • Animation: Bobby Pontillas
  • Animation: Svetla Radivoeva
  • Animation: Joel Reid
  • Animation: Brian D. Scott
  • Animation: Benson Shum
  • Animation: Justin Sklar
  • Animation: Josh Slice
  • Animation: David Stodolny
  • Animation: Wes Storhoff
  • Animation: Philip To
  • Animation: Amanda Wagner
  • Animation: Justin Weber
  • Animation: Geoff Wheeler
  • Animation: Mark Williams
  • Animation: Michael Woodside
  • Animation: Nara Youn
  • Animation: Allen Ostergar
  • Animation: Jorge Ruiz
  • Animation: Minor Gaytan
  • Assistant Editor: Adam DesCombes
  • Character Modelling Supervisor: Sergi Caballer
  • Character Designer: Cory Loftis
  • Creature Technical Director: Ricardo Nadu
  • Creature Technical Director: Jesus Canal
  • Creature Technical Director: Theresa Latzko
  • Creature Technical Director: Esther Trilsch
  • Creature Technical Director: Iker J. de los Mozos
  • Creature Technical Director: Erik Eulen
  • Creature Technical Director: Christopher Evart
  • Creature Technical Director: William D. Kastak
  • Creature Technical Director: Hubert Leo
  • Creature Technical Director: Peter Megow
  • Creature Technical Director: Scott Peters
  • Creature Technical Director: Jason M. Robinson
  • Creature Technical Director: Mary Twohig
  • Creature Technical Director: Mitchell Counsell
  • Creature Technical Director: Luis San Juan Pallares
  • Additional Music: Tomas Costanza
  • Development Manager: Elise Aliberti
  • Development Manager: Oren Peleg
  • Development Manager: Felicity Trevino
  • Development Manager: Scott Hummel
  • Digital Intermediate: Gabriel Stewart
  • Digital Compositors: Cristian Moras
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Vijoy Gaddipati
  • Visual Effects Designer: James DeValera Mansfield
  • Opening/Ending Animation: Mary Meacham
  • Layout: Michael Guttman
  • Finance: Tom Body
  • Finance: Frank William Knittel
  • Finance: Linda Y. Matsuoka
  • First Assistant Editor: John Wheeler
  • Publicist: Diane Howard
  • Lighting Coordinator: Blair Bradley
  • Layout: Jahkeeli Garnett
  • Layout: Juan E. Hernandez
  • Layout: Kevin Lee
  • Layout: Matt Lee
  • Layout: Troy Griffin
  • Layout: Michael Talarico
  • Layout: Tamara Alejandra Faralla
  • Lighting Supervisor: Amol Sathe
  • Lighting Supervisor: Mark Siegel
  • Lighting Supervisor: Gina Warr
  • Modeling: Chika Saito
  • Modeling: Irene Matar
  • Musician: Karl Vincent
  • Musician: Mark LeVang
  • Musician: Jeff Bunnell
  • Other: Katie Amanek
  • Musician: Mark Gasbarro
  • Post-Production Manager: Brian Estrada
  • Animation Production Assistant: Mariel Song
  • Animation Department Coordinator: Nicholas Ellingsworth
  • Production Coordinator: David A. Thibodeau
  • Production Coordinator: Derek Manzella
  • Production Coordinator: Cameron Stephens
  • Rigging Supervisor: David J. Suroviec
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Rik Bomberger
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Thomas Greer
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Steven Seed
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Galen Muir
  • Simulation & Effects Artist: Kate Kirby-O’Connell
  • Musician: Monique Donnelly
  • Musician: Vangie Gunn
  • Musician: Royce Reynolds
  • Software Engineer: Patrick Kelly
  • Software Engineer: Meghan Gillet
  • Software Engineer: Garret Sakura
  • Software Engineer: Joanna Zeta
  • Software Engineer: Ralf Habel
  • Software Engineer: Peter Kutz
  • Stereoscopic Coordinator: Katie Tucker-Fico
  • Leadman: John Ripa
  • Leadman: Marc Smith
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Kevin C. Constantine
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Kimberly M. Rios
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jay D. Hilliard
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Tony Chai
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Dexter Cheng
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Gabriela Hernandez
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Brandon Lee Jarratt
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Lauralea Otis
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Abraham Franklin Tseng
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Sara Drakeley
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Christopher Otto Gallagher
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Rebecca Vallera-Thompson
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Nadim Sinno
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Natt Mintrasak
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Norman Moses Joseph
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Stella Hsin-Huei Cheng
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Gisel A. Calvo
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Carlos C. Estiandan
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Annamarie Fuchs
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Michael M. Fukumoto
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Amindra Jayasinghe
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Teal Owyang
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Michael J. Dobson
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jessica Kain
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Kevin P. Nolte
  • Temp Music Editor: Tommy Holmes
  • Visual Effects: Claudia Chung

Movie Reviews:

  • Andres Gomez: One of the best movies Disney has created in the last years. Smart plot with a great background topic talking about the differences, stereotypes, prejudices and joining the tendency of giving women more important roles.

    It has still several gaps to fill and enhance on the latest point but it is, IMHO, a milestone in the right direction.

    The characters work pretty well and it is funny when needed and not too full of cheesy songs.

  • Reno: > Try everything (but differently). So Disney has done it again.

    This beautiful animation came to exist because of coming together of the directors of ‘Tangled’ and ‘Wreck-it-Ralp’. It is Disney who had once again done it, since their rival Pixer is going down in a rapid speed. As a Disney fan since my childhood, I’m very happy for their success in live-shot films and animations, especially for this one.

    Okay, since the revolution of 3D animation over 20 years ago after overthrowing the 2D animation, most of the big productions like Disney, Pixer and Dreamworks with few others never failed to deliver. Believe me, I was not interested in this film when I first saw the teaser and trailer. But they have done great promotions and so the film did awesomely at screens worldwide. I was totally blown away after seeing it, Disney’s another unique universal charactered story. From the little children to the grown ups, everybody definitely going to enjoy it.

    All kinds of animals coming together happens only in cinemas, and that too mostly in animations. But todays kids are very sharp who ask lots of questions, so they had a fine explanation for the doubts regarding putting animals in a same society. It was like the United States, where everyone came from different continents and represents different race. And so in this film every animal came from different land to live together peacefully in a city called Zootopia.

    So the story begins when Judy the rabbit follows her dream to become a police officer in Zootopia. There she meets Nick the fox, who are actually arch-rival species in the wild, but it was thousands of years ago before adapting the civilisation. So trust is what not promised between them, but they’re forced to work together after a small missing person case becomes their prime agenda. Solving the mystery is what brings the end to this wonderful tale.

    These days animations are not just concentrated on comedies, trying to get us emotionally as well. Maybe that’s how they’re grabbing the adult audience, especially the families. Shakira’s cameo was the highlight, and her song ‘Try Everything’ helped the get attention from all the corners.

    The Oscars was concluded just a couple of months ago, but it already feels like the fever is gripping again for the next edition and looks like this film is leading the way for the animation category. I know it’s too early, but I hope it wins it. And finally a request for the Disney, bring it on a sequel as soon as possible.

    8/10

  • whatowatch: Zootopia is the latest family animation movie from Disney about a young bunny determined to be a cop at all costs – in a land where only ‘predators’ are cops, she would be the first ‘prey’ cop. Seriously? Anyway, she puts on the hard work and makes it to the land where anything is possible.

    Zootopia makes some good real life comparisons: Zootopia itself seems to look like New York, even including a hustle by a sly fox. Racism seems to be ever present in both color and speech. But the best thing about Zootopia is Judy’s positive attitude and relentless determination to succeed.

    The animation is as good as a Pixar animation – perfectly made – and the story is well told, full of action scenes and funny moments. Kids will definitely love this one and grown up kids will enjoy the deep thought provoking tones set in this movie.

    The best performance in this movie arguably comes from Police Chief Bogo whose voice is played by Idris Elba. His performance should earn him an Oscar this year! No wonder it has grossed 1 Billion dollars worldwide despite little marketing.

    Rated 9 out of 10 only because we cannot give it a 10.

  • Austin Singleton: A great movie with a great message. Read my full review here.

    http://www.hweird1reviews.com/allreviews/zootopia-review

  • Gimly: _Zootopia_ leans pretty hard on a few tropes that I absolutely detest, but even I can’t deny that this animated family movie succeeds spectacularly at what it set out to do: Entertain all audiences, young & old, and deliver an important moral centre without detracting from its engaging plot. Something rarely achieved by the medium outside of Pixar. And even Pixar has had a few missteps the past years.

    _Final rating:★★★½ – I strongly recommend you make the time._

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: This is a really, really good animated family movie. It is a perfect blend of funny characters, decent story and little jokes spread around in the animation.

    Almost all characters are very likable and funny, each in a different way. The actual story has quite a bit of suspense (for an animated family film) while still being sufficiently light and funny. Actually it is kind of two stories. One is the story of Judy Hopps fighting to prove herself as a police officer and the other is the more sinister evil plot that she attempts to unravel.

    The movie moves at a good enough speed leaving enough room to both tell the story itself and inserting jokes and comical situations. The two bureaucratic sloths were quite fun already in their first scenes but the last scene with them at the very end of the movie was absolutely hilarious.

    The animation itself was certainly adequate although I sometimes miss the old hand drawn animations from Walt Disney.

    Overall, one of the better, if not the best, animated movie I have watched in quite a while.

  • mattwilde123: This film is named ‘Zootopia’ in the US but the title was changed when it was shown in the UK. I thought it is a very good children’s film. Very well animated. Colourful. Really cute animals.

    It is a great parable about tolerance and racism which could be seen as a mirror to the xenophobia in society today. The story is of a rabbit called Judy Hopps who overcomes diversity to become a police officer in the city of Zootropolis (Zootopia). This is a very tough city full of crime and only strong predators take charge. Judy must help to solve the case of predators disappearing around the city but needs to fight her colleagues’ prejudices at the same time.

    The jokes are funny and the story is intriguing. The film contains lots of references to other films which will keep viewers of all ages happy (including a very funny Breaking Bad spoof).
    The voice acting is very good and each actor perfectly adds to their character.

    ★★★★

  • Neeraj: Zootopia is an allegorical tale which subtly takes on vast topics like racism, politics and society. It explores these underlying philosophical themes in a rather humorous manner! Everything, right from the characters to the storyline, is just top notch!

    It’s similar to George Orwell’s Animal Farm, just the underlying issues are different in this one. It’s definitely worth watching!

    Overall, Zootopia is a brilliant movie! I would give it a rating of** 4/5**

  • ahmedaiman99: Why I find Zootopia revolutionary
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    1. The creative design of the titular city, and the astonishing world building.

    2. Using colors and deliberately simple animation not just to make the movie appeal to children, but also to indicate the so-called ideal city of Zootopia where every animal is pure and innocent.

    3. Blending more than one genre into a single animated film while keeping the plot spotless and not messy.

    4. Delivering many contemporary messages and tackling some quite touchy timely themes that have never been explored in an animated film before. And by giving the priority to the center message, that of prejudice, nothing felt muddled and all over the place, since no message overshadowed the other.

    5. Using the on-the-surface message (achieve one’s ambition) as a characteristic of the main character (Judy Hopps), not as the actual main message. That makes this message works as a motive not as a major theme in the movie as in, for instance, Wreck-It Ralph (I LOVE it, though ♥).

    6. Avoiding being over-sentimental, although Nick’s character could have been easily used to manipulate our feelings.

    This movie is an absolute masterpiece. Not only because its wonderful way that gives its many messages in, but also because the importance of its messages in themselves, and how smart and relevant they are. Today, children really need to be taught these morals.

    The talented cast’s voices fit their characters perfectly. It has a plenty of funny scenes littered with extremely hilarious jokes which we haven’t heard before in any animated movie, or even in a live-action movie. This movie blends so many genres: Comedy, Adventure, Action, Crime, and Mystery. That said, you will never feel confused while watching it.

    The characters are definitely some of the most complicated characters I’ve ever seen in an animated movie. Each character has its own point of view due to the experiences they had, and thus makes each character has different motives and feelings.

    (10/10)

  • r96sk: I like ‘Zootopia’, it’s much better than I had anticipated.

    First off, the animation is superb – as we expect from Disney of course, but that doesn’t change the fact. Ginnifer Goodwin (Judy) leads the cast very well, while Jason Bateman gives the most memorable performance as Nick. Idris Elba and Jenny Slate (not Edie Falco or Constance Shulman, as I initially guessed… just me? Probably) are good too.

    The premise is actually my favourite part of this film. I’m not saying it’s anything revolutionary, but it actually feels fresh throughout – I enjoyed seeing it play out, it’s paced perfectly. There’s a nice ‘Breaking Bad’ reference in there, too.

    An entertaining 2016 animated film, one that also has a positive message. Recommended.

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