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Zootopia
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ZOOTOPIA is extremely thoughtful and a wholesome entertainer!
Metaphorically delivering a relevant message, this charming little film shows amazing contextual depth while keeping you absorbed in its taut screenplay, brilliant humour and terrific 3D imagery. One of Disney's best animated films ever and is recommended for people of all ages. Go for it!
The story is set in the modern mammal metropolis of Zootopia, which is a city like no other. Comprised of habitat neighbourhoods like ritzy Sahara Square and frigid Tundratown, it's a melting pot where animals from every environment live together-a place where no matter what you are, from the biggest elephant to the smallest shrew, you can be anything.
ZOOTOPIA is basically a buddy-cop comedy crossed with a political thriller and mashed up against a social drama. It's a credit to the makers’ that the whole thing manages to hold together as well as it does. If Zootopia becomes fortunate enough to fall into heavy rotation for kids of a certain age, its messages of rejecting prejudice and embracing the complicated nature of multiculturalism could do some good for the world. All credit to the talented team at Disney for making what could have been a lecture on stereotypes into one of the more amusing animated kid-flicks of recent times.
Zootopia is filled with lovable characters and a heartfelt message for kids - along with a layered subtext for adults that is both timely and moving. And it’s extremely funny too. The comic high point is a scene at the DMV where sloths work behind the counter and talk… Very.. Very…. Slowly. If the movie is overlong because of that one hilarious scene, it was worth it.
In my opinion, ZOOTOPIA is to 2016 what Inside Out was to 2015 - a next-level animated feature that gives kids something of substance while simultaneously showing them a really good time. The visual imagery is brilliant to say the least and smallest of nuances have been taken care of. Like the phone that bunny uses, has an eaten carrot logo behind it, instead of the eaten Apple logo on the phones that we use. It’s things like these that make it even more special. The voice-overs are truly emotive and superbly done.
In all, ZOOTOPIA is as rich as much as it’s fun. Fun for adults and kids alike. Don’t miss it!

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