Zootopia featuring Ginnifer Goodwin

The motion picture that I have determined to note down about is the new-fangled Walt Disney Animation Studios movie, Zootopia. This movie was REMARKABLE, and coming from somebody who is not actually fond of the new Disney, the movie was superior. Zootopia is an action and adventure movie. It was written by Phil Johnston and Jared Bush and directed by Rich Moore, Byron Howard, and Jared Bush. The cast of Zootopia comprises Ginnifer Goodwin and Jason Bateman as the central characters, Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde. The cast furthermore incorporates others like Idris Elba as Chief Bogo, Bonnie Hunt as Bonnie Hopps, Jesse Corti as Mr. Manchas, Alan Tudyk as Weaselton, and various others. Zootopia was released in theaters on March 3, 2016, and released on DVD on June 6, 2016. The financial plan for Zootopia was 15 million dollars. This movie made $341,264,012.00 in box office. In my opinion, Zootopia was the best new Disney movie that Disney had produced.

The contemporary mammal metropolitan area of Zootopia is a city like none you have ever seen. This city consists of territory neighborhoods. Tundratown to bear a resemblance to the frozen tundra, Sahara Square to resemble the Sahara desert, and Rainforest District to give the impression of the rainforest are just a few examples of the numerous provinces in Zootopia. Zootopia is a place where animals from every atmosphere can live together no matter what kind of animal you are. From the tallest giraffe to the smallest mouse, all animals are welcome in Zootopia.

The main character of the movie, Judy Hopps, is a small bunny from a small town outside of Zootopia called Bunny Burrow. Ever since Judy was a little girl, she wanted to become a Zootopia police officer. Everyone that she knew doubted her dreams and tried hard to convince her to do something else with her life, but she triumphed over all the negativity, worked hard, became top of her class in the ZPD (Zootopia Police Department) Academy, and finally developed into the first bunny police officer. Judy then discovered that being the first bunny on a police force with massive, strong animals isnít as simple as she thought it would be. In able to prove herself laudable to her boss, Chief Bogo, and her co-workers, she determines herself to jump at the opportunity to crack the case of the disappearances of a dozen predators, even though it means partnering with a fast-talking, scam-artist, Nick Wilde, to decipher the anonymity.

The cast members did a wonderful job bringing the job to life. They really put their heart into it, and you can tell while watching the movie. I believe that the directors did an excellent job when it came to grabbing the attention of the audience. The story line was encouraging to many in the world today. Many animals learned not to stereotype the other animals just because of the type of animal they may be. In the movie, Nicholas Wilde used the phrases, Dumb Bunny and Sly Fox to describe Judy Hopps and him. Near the ending of the movie those exact phrases were not used to describe one another. Later on Nick said to Judy, Sly Bunny as Judy said to Nick Dumb Fox. I think that the message in the movie was just because you are a certain type of animal, does not mean that you are bounded down to a stereotype. Embrace you who are or who you want to become and force others to look past the stereotypes and focus on your character. This movie can apply to the real life as well. In our world, we see each other as black or white of Asian or any other type of race. Instead of focusing on the outward appearances and what labels might my tagged on to our outward appearances, we should focus on what is occurring on the inside. How we can make ourselves a better person, how we can help others to become a better person, and just how to make the world a better place where Anyone can become anything. Zootopia really relates that message to us, the viewers, even if it related it to us through animals.

The critics and audience enjoyed the movie, Zootopia. This movie pulled the strings of hearts all around the world. The movie received a 98% on Rotten Tomatoes. The brilliantly well-rounded Zootopia offers a thoughtful, inclusive message that's as rich and timely as its sumptuously state-of-the-art animation, all while remaining fast and funny enough to keep younger viewers entertained. As previously stated, I loved the movie. It was one of my all-time favorite movies. My opinion is that it is the best animation movie of 2016. It grabbed my attention, pulled at my heart strings, and overall, gave me a large amount entertainment that I do not think that they can pull of another great movie success. Hopefully, I am wrong. I would like to see Disney to keep making more amazing movies like this fantastic, marvelous, spectacular, Zootopia.