Hunters Choose Zootopia: Zootopia

Where animals stand on hind legs, wear clothes, have turmoil between them and have a structure of law and order like our own, Zootopia.

Zootopia follows a bunny named Judy Hopps who wants to travel to the big city to be a police officer. This is the same age old story of a person who wants to do something that is seemingly impossible and way bigger than she is.

Everybody knows stories like this, but this one is different. Not only are animals the main living being and not humans, but there are conflicts and plot twists that I didn’t even see coming.

Also, Disney does a good job of creating an unexpected friendship between a fox and a bunny to go along with the awesome storytelling.

I am a huge fan of all things Disney, and this movie definitely fits the bill for a great Disney movie.The best part is that there is no singing. Well, at least not from the main characters like some of the more recent Disney films.

This movie, like most Disney productions, looks fantastic with the animation.

One of the large difficulties with using a commonly used story idea is that you have to make it seem fresh and entertaining. This movie does an excellent job of both of those. While I can’t just give out all the reasons because it would spoil this movie and I don’t want to do that, I can say that it does wholly and completely do those things.

Also, it has several references to other godly works of movie like “The Godfather” which just makes it better.

It being a movie for children and people like me who still love Disney even though I’m a teen, it should carry a sort of message to the audience, and I think that this movie has a wonderful message to convey: Always try and accomplish your dream no matter how small you are or what stands in your way.

I highly recommend this movie and it does a great job as a Disney movie.