In the animal city of Zootopia, a fast-talking fox who's trying to make it big goes on the run when he's framed for a crime he didn't commit. Zootopia's top cop, a self-righteous rabbit, is hot on his tail, but when both become targets of a conspiracy, they're forced to team up and discover even natural enemies can become best friends.Wikipedia
'Zootopia' is a fun ride with with a relevant message and makes you leave the theater with serious questions running through mind. A perfect teaching for the young and the adults alike. Bravo! Disney studio, you did it again!
This one is a perfect choice for a movie night with the entire family. Your dad and mom will enjoy it for the commentary it makes on society and its illogical prejudices, all the while cracking witty jokes on animal puns. Your kids will love it for the adorable animation and the thrill of an adventure while you will love it for both of these things.
While there has been a smattering of animated films out in the last couple of months, few can lay claim to having a lasting, residual feel-good factor to it. Some go over-the-top in terms of colour saturation. Others were just too outlandish and some are crammed full of moralistic messages for children. But thankfully, Zootopia doesn't suffer from any of these wearisome traits.
Zootopia is the sort of film that wants to make a point and even does it well, but it also does leave you a little cynical by the end of it. But hey, that's life!
Whether you are a child or a parent, there's unlimited fun to be had in Zootopia. It's a crazy ride to a world where imagination fuels an entertainment effort like never before. It's easily one of Disney's best films in recent past, and that's not an exaggeration. It's easily one of the best animated films of your lifetime.
Crowned by loads of attitude, eye-pleasing animation, trendy music and sharply suave voicing, this Zootopia is sure to draw the audience in like bees to a honey pot.
With life lessons and smart characters, this Disney film is a superb watch...
What works beautifully for Zootopia is the sweet balance the movie maintains between humor that is subtle and in-your-face. You will do well to constantly look out for fine jabs, wit that isn’t most obvious, and smile. Watch out for the logo behind Officer Hopps’ phone, for instance. Zootopia also scores with the message it conveys. Whether it is how persistence is the key to success or the understated yet very relevant moral that one rotten apple does not make the entire basket awful, there is something to take home here.
The new Disney animation movie is an innocuous, enjoyable anthropomorphic parable that doesn’t dig too deep.
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.
Packed with beautifully animated creatures, this animated movie is a winner...
Audience Reviews for Zootopia
A beautifully crafted story and great direction by Bryan Howard. Zootopia displays a place of peace and harmony among all the animals. Judy Hopps as the lead antagonist was exceptional with support from Wilde, the Fox. It was something creative with a detective- animated movie but it won many hearts. As always everything goes merry for Walt Disney, Zootopia becomes another one in my list of all time favourite animated movies. Walt Disney continues its miracle touch with the types of movies it makes. Overall, it exceeded expectations and will be a great conpetitor for Oscars 2017. It was one of the best movies of 2016.