(Visually Stunning, Brilliant)
Ever since Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) was a little bunny, she wanted to be a cop.
Her parents told her that there has never been a bunny cop, and that she should be a carrot farmer like them. But, Judy has dreams, and 15 years later, she becomes the first bunny cop in the big city of Zootopia.
On her first day on the job….she pulls parking duty with the goal of handing out 100 parking tickets a day. Judy does much better than that but still wants to be more involved in police investigations.
There are fourteen missing predators that the police are trying to find. The fifteenth falls into Judy’s lap and she has 48 hours to find him…or lose her job.
Hooking up with a slippery conman fox, Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman), they follow the clues to the missing predators and……oh……you will have to go see the movie to see what happens.
“Zootopia” is a stunning movie in every way. It is visually stunning and the story line suits both adults and kids alike with the message of tolerance, persistence, and prejudice (Zootopia is 10% predator, 90% prey). In Zootopia (as in the real world) the fact that “life is messy” is something the kids of today (listen up millennials) need to learn….and they will as they go thru life.
The couple of minutes spent in the DMV where all the employees are sloths is simply genius. The kids won’t understand, but, all the adults were laughing out loud…brilliant movie making.
Great for the whole family. Must see.
Go to IMDb for more information. We watched this at the Tracy, CA CineMark where the video quality is now outstanding and the seats are big and comfy. And the theater was full.
Drive Safe! Never Forget.