Disney have created a MASTERPIECE here! Literally! The movie is awesome! Honestly no description needed watch it for yourself! You will know what I mean!
Zootopia is the greatest Disney movie of all time. The characters are great. The DMV and Godfather scenes are excellent and hilarious. Story is attracting and will hold you until the end. The movie has unexpected twists. Acting is great. This movie is worthy of a 10/10, and I highly recommend it to anyone.
I'm sure many people saw this as just another CG animal movie, and moved on. This is nothing like any other Disney animated movie at all. It doesn't follow the "rules" as we know them. It's fantastic, and should be seen by a much broader audience, including adults. Heck, I'd say a lot of what is going on here is actually aimed at the older audience. This movie has a lot to say about society and culture, and how anyone who dares to be different is treated. The animation itself is incredible. Super colorful, with many varied environments. CG animation has truly reached a point of super smooth perfection, and I can't see it getting much better than this. The story makes this pretty unique over so many other CG animated movies. This is pretty much a detective story. A caper. Crimes are happening, and they need to be solved. I highly recommend this to everyone.
Summary: A good story that is well told. Great attention to detail and humour. The characters are well written and dare I say, 'realistically' portrayed. _____________________________________________________________________I would say the story by itself is not very groundbreaking, even if all the characters are anthropomorphic animals. However, this is very well told in an engaging manner with plenty of humour and not without some surprises. I really liked the attention to detail to the design of Zootopia and how all the different species are accommodated into the city. Pop-culture references were also funny. What I liked more was how the characters were portrayed - you can believe they are actual people(?) living their lives. I especially liked the scene where a character, after a rough day, hesitates to pick up the phone call from her parents, dreading the sheer exhaustion of putting on a happy face. That was quite relatable. Overall, for a movie intended for children, it certainly has plenty of entertainment value.