8.0 IMDb
11 February 2016 Release
$ 150 000 000 Budget
108 min Duration
Genres:Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director:Byron Howard
Writers:Byron Howard, Rich Moore
10 Votes

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From the biggest elephant to the tiniest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a beautiful metropolis where all animals live peacefully with one another. Determined to prove her worth, Judy Hopps becomes the first official bunny cop on the police force. When 14 predator animals go missing, Judy immediately takes the case. Partnering with a smooth talking fox named Nick Wilde, Judy must piece together all the clues as to where the predators are and who is behind it all.

Movie Comments

  1. Christopher Paul Schuch, 1 month ago
    This is going to be my review on Zootopia. The plot begins with Judy Hopps doing A play with her friends but after the play she saw A kid getting bullied by A Fox & Judy has the courage to stop him. & after all of that, Judy wants to be A cop. Well, she said that before she saw the bullying. After Judy grows up & want to be A cop. So she went to the city Zootopia to be A cop. She trained really hard to be A cop. She now become A cop & then she met A Fox named Nick & her parents warned her about foxes. Nick is more like A guy who makes other people pay there money on something & then sell it for them himself & his sidekick illegally. He also does A lot of illegal stuff. Until Judy & Nick have to find A weasel's husband that has been gone & for some reason the predators in Zootopia have been going savage. So Judy & Nick will have to figure out the cast. I'am not going to spoil the rest of it because they are some people that haven't seen the movie. The animation is good, the voice acting is good, the quality runs well, & everything else works well. But there is something wrong with Zootopia. The sick part of the fandom. Where they make rule 34 & other sick disgusting crap the fandom does. This is basically A movie for Furries. I have nothing against Furries much but I do hate parts of the Zootopia fandom. But besides that, I give this movie A 8/10 sense I seen better movies.
  2. Gav123, 4 weeks ago
    I love this movie. This is the best movie with an animal as a main character. This movie is great. I love animals. 🐶🐱🐭🐹🐰🦊🐻🐼🐨🐯🦁🐮🐷🐸 🐵🐺🐗🐴🐋🐆🐫🐄 🦌🐂🐘🦏🦍🐎🐐🐏🐑🐇🐓🦃🐁🐀🐿 I think this movie is about racism. I like to think that the different animals are different ethnicities. People are people. No matter what your ancestry is, you are a human. I love you, whether you're Japanese, Punjabi, American, Mexican, Hebrew, Irish, Tibetan, Pakistani, Jamaican, Aztec, Polish, Okinawan, Telugu, Australian, English, Italian, French, Brazilian, Bantu, Colombian, Russian, Korean, German, Tamil, Scottish, Dutch, Thai, Kashmiri, etc.
  3. Deejay, 3 weeks ago
    The characters complimented each other really well, the story line had me guessing, and there is comedy and entertainment for people of all ages. I would recommend this movie, but also advise that the political undertones are pretty evident, and analogies can be drawn easily to real life. But just like most political agendas, their is a lining of hypocrisy. While they support equal treatment to all animal species, there is a clear divide between the farming citizens and those living in Zootopia. The farming citizens have "settled hard" and did not follow their dreams or even believe in them. They are also perceived to be behind the times, still holding prejudices against animals of other species. The city of Zootopia is perceived to be the city of acceptance , knowledge, and overall advancement of the animal kingdom. While the main protagonist learns that prejudices still exist in Zootopia, in the end the animals of Zootopia learn that prejudice is bad and have a dance party together lead by the Gazelle pop-icon voiced by Shakira. For kids, I believe the undertones will go over their head. If not, it can spark a good conversation. However, the conversation should also include how those who choose to farm and not pursue dreams that others may have are in no way better or worse either. It should also be noted the bunny, who was (self-perceived) as less prejudice than others, was in fact more impatient with animals (the sloths in the DMV) than the fox was, while the fox is perceived to have accepted prejudices. Otherwise I thought it was very funny. To me, Michael Bateman's (the fox) deadpan, back-to-reality sense of humor helped balance the over enthusiastic persona of the bunny.