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  • 2016
  • PG
  • 108min
  • 98%
  • 8 / 10

The movie takes place in a CG world inhabited by talking anthropomorphic animals, with Judy, a rabbit, serving as the leader. We see Judy, an aspiring police officer in training, as she fights to achieve her dream career, attending the police academy for training, and along the way uncovering a secret operation to turn people, or rather in the case of the film, animals, feral, dangerous to all those around them. Judy struggles against those who doubt her ability as an officer, and pushes back against enemies from all sides, eventually finding friendship and camaraderie in several of her peers. But can they get to the bottom of the case, and prevent a widespread catastrophe in the land of Zootopia?

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Zootopia is another successful film from Walt Disney Studios. Being an entry into the collection of Disney movies, the filmmakers have decided to include multiple Disney references inside the film. Noted as one of Disney’s most successful animated musical, Frozen also finds itself in Zootopia. The kingdom of Arendelle is Tundra Town, where, if you look closely, two young elephants are sporting dresses similar to the ones worn by sisters Elsa and Anna. More Disney movies can be caught as Easter eggs in the film – when one of the characters is caught peddling fake DVDs, the movies featured on the covers are nods to Disney animations but they have been changed to fit the world of Zootopia – Pig Hero 6 (Big Hero 6), Wreck-It Rhino (Wreck-It Ralph), and Wrangled (Tangled).


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Zootopia is a 2016 American computer-animated comedy film written and directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore. It stars the voice talents of Jason Bateman, Ginnifer Goodwin, Idris Elba, and Jenny Slate. Musical composition was provided by Michael Giacchino, who has worked on numerous television series, films, and video games such as Lost, Jurassic World, and the Call of Duty series, respectively. The film was produced and distributed by Walt Disney Studios, with a budget of $150 million, and earned over $1 billion during its theatrical run, making it one of the highest grossing films of that year.