Posted by: greercn | April 3, 2016


Also known as “Zootopia”, “Zootropolis” is as charming and involving as any Disney movie ever made. It’s worth seeing just for the utterly adorable sloths. But all the characters are compelling and the story pulls you in, from the first frame.

Young Judy Hopps has always wanted to be in the police. The only problem is that she’s a very tiny rabbit and most police officers are big. Also, Judy Hopps is prey and the predators are normally in charge.

So, bunny copy Judy joins up with fox Nick Wilde. In this world in which prey and predators co-exist uneasily, can this alliance work?

It’s Walt Disney’s studio. What do you think?

I absolutely love this movie and the sloth-centric trailer gives you no idea of quite how good it is. A heartwarming tale of ambition and partnership is told against a background of crime-solving and big city life.

It’s a great way to start a conversation about differences when you speak with children. But it’s also a superb movie to see, all by yourself.

I recommend this to everyone, of all ages. It offered me more pure joy than I’ve had in the cinema in all of 2016, so far.

Watch out for the animated Shakira, Tommy Chong and Idris Elba. Their characters steal scenes and will crease you up with laughter.

Ginnifer Goodwin and Jason Batemen voice the two leads. They must have had a lot of fun with their great lines and characters.


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