Zootopia Full Movie Reviews

Full Movie Reviews

Indyfreak
Indyfreak
Movie God

Rating of
3.5/4

Better than a lot of R rated cop movies...

Indyfreak - wrote on 08/05/2016

Zootopia is that rare animated movie that is not only charming, heartwarming, imaginative, funny, clever, and visually dazzling but also topical w/o becoming too preachy. The voice cast is strong, with the standout being the paring of Ginnifer Goodwin and Jason Bateman as a spunky rabbit cop and a slick fox con artist. The screenplay works as a solid buddy cop movie in the tradition of 48 Hours or Lethal Weapon except you know it's for kids! The animation and realization of the animal metropolis that is Zootopia is amazing. The film's story successfully tackles surprisingly adult things like prejudice and corruption w/o coming across as the manifesto of an internet SJW. Zootopia is among the best movies of the year and a sure-fire contender for Best Animated Feature.

Chris Kavan
Chris Kavan
Movie God

Rating of
3.5/4

An Exceptional Anthropomorphic Adventue

Chris Kavan - wrote on 06/15/2016

I feel an animated film's true worth is how it appeals to the audience - both children and adults. If you go too far for children, adults get bored (and maybe some kids too) and while there are plenty of animated films that are more serious - obviously you can't take the whole family out. Zootopia finds that balance between being entertaining for the kids while also providing plenty for adults to like and, besides that, it has a great message to share.

Anthropomorphic characters are always kind of tricky and in these days of CG over traditional animation, I would say even more so. Zootopia takes on that challenge and delivers some very memorable and unique characters. You have the main duo of Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) the never-give-up bunny cop and Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman) the …

Pat
Pat
Producer

Rating of
3.5/4

Godfather Part 4?

Pat - wrote on 06/02/2016

Dream movies went for children don't need to have political messages, however when they do, they ought to either be inside predictable, or work through the disagreements in wording that children can apply to this present reality. "Zootopia," a dream set in a city where predators and prey live respectively in agreement, is an entertaining, wonderfully planned children's film with a message that it restates every step of the way. Yet, in the event that you consider that message for more than five minutes, it doesn't simply come apart, it welcomes a perusing that is definitely as opposed to the motion picture's apparently edified soul: segregation isn't right, yet generalizations are generalizations for a reason, and it is difficult for individuals from a scorned class to beat the reasons …

Snoogans
Snoogans
Movie God

Rating of
3.5/4

Mature Disney Fun for All Ages

Snoogans - wrote on 05/21/2016

'Zootopia' is a high watermark on Disney's recent resurgence (sans Pixar). Storytelling and character come first above all else here. I LOVE the two main leads, Judy and Nick. Not only do they make a great mis-matched pair who play to each other’s strengths, but their relationship exemplifies the core of the film’s message. The story tackles the issue of racism head-on in a thoughtful way for both kids and adults. Not once does it reach too far into preachiness or talk down to the audience. All ages will gain benefit from the strong theme at play. They are woven seamlessly in and around the two main characters and their entire world. This ginormous, multi-faction city that houses all animal types feels like it’s own living universe. We see the whole city over the course of …

cinegeek.de
cinegeek.de
Producer

Rating of
N/A

Schöne Utopie

cinegeek.de - wrote on 03/07/2016

In Zootopia leben alle Tiere friedlich miteinander (vermutlich alle vegan!). Es ist eine Welt ohne Menschen, ausschliesslich mit Tieren bevölkert, die wiederum vermenschlicht sind. Die archaischen Gesetze des Dschungels sind zwar überwunden, aber immer noch gibt es Vorurteile - sogar in Zootopia. Es herrscht ein grosses Misstrauen gegenüber Füchsen und Hasen dürfen den Polizei-Beruf nicht ergreifen. Hasenmädchen Judy will dennoch Polizistin werden. Ausgerechnet mit Unterstützung eines Fuchses! Dabei kommen sie einer Verschwörung auf die Spur, die den Frieden in Zootopia zerstören soll... Bis zum Showdown mochte ich Zootopia, dann aber konnte ich getrost abschweifen. Die letzten 30 Minuten, ich habe sie schon mal gesehen, mehr als ein Mal! Ein Selbst-Experiment soll das …

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