Zootropolis Review

Company: Disney
Director: Bryon Howard and Rich Moore
Running Time: 108 Minutes

Spoiler Warning

After seeing this film and being the Disney fan that I am, I was more than happy with what they had done with this. Although some parts were slightly predictable, it was a sweet film and contained a good message. With the voice talents of Ginnifer Goodwin (Once Upon A Time) and Jason Bateman, they provided a real warmth to the characters that we saw on screen.

Following the story of country bunny Judy Hopps, it provided the storyline that all kids should follow. To follow your dreams and to never give up. Judy was easily likeable as the film progressed and I felt a lot of sympathy for her when she gave up her job in the police force. I also loved the character of Nick Wilde, the charming and sly fox who also had a very tragic past just because he was deemed as a predator.

It was overall very funny and very cute, and felt like a real Disney film that carried a great message and reflected on issues that we face today.

4/5 stars

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