Just like Pixar’s Inside Out last year this film has a great message. The main theme of the film is a very uplifting one. The main theme is that anyone can be anything. That even if people try and put you down or hold you back –if you work hard enough you can achieve anything. The main character Judy Hopps is the perfect example of this. She is a little female rabbit that grew up out in the countryside of Bunny Burrows. She is determined to be the first Bunny cop. She keeps being told that this is a goal that she will never reach, but she shows through hard work and determination that she can achieve her goals. The film also has the strong theme of not judging a book by the cover.
These great messages carry the movie plot forward and make for an entertaining and great film and although this is the heart of the film- There is something else which I believe is making the film so popular with audiences.
Here is the blog about the sneak peek.
The movie ends in a perfect place for there to be sequels in which we could explore more of this interesting world they created.
To sum it up:
The casting of Jason Bateman as the Nick Wilde the Fox sidekick to Ginnifer Goodwin's Judy Hopps was perfect.
The plot was good, even though I figured out the twist fairly early on (I think because I've seen so many Scooby Doo episodes).
The World of Zootopia was amazing just like like Inside Out and definitely has the potential for sequels or cartoon shorts.
Disney has another hit on its hands.