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I didn't think it was very good......sorry New Zealand
I still regularly listen to this soundtrack.
First Inside out showed us all how our minds work and taught the life-affirming lesson that sadness is a useful part of life. And now Zootopia is tackling prejudice and how we should deal with diversity in our community (in the age of brexit, trump and anti-migrant sentiment everywhere). These are more than family films. And these are dramatic Ideological improvements on The Lion King and Aladdin. Good work Disney.
More just an action movie for children than anything else.
I couldn't help but wanting to be in this movie, so so badly. I wanted to live in Japan and do the body swap thing, and have a romance on the scale of Kimi no na wa.
The adorable cast and sweet songs make it a great movie instead of a bad movie.
I love Korean films
So charming I can't help loving it
An unbelievable story. The founder of Scientology is so Hitler-esque.
Deeply stimulating. Achingly beautiful. The most surreal places on earth vividly revealed to us as we are magically transported around the globe. We spend a lot of screen time locking eyes with the various people of the film as they stair unmovingly at the camera, its confronting, it forces us to connect with these people, to understand their lives and their struggles. I found it very powerful. The film portrays life, death, inequality, human dignity, destruction, war, ancient cultures, futuristic technology, sexuality, religion, prisons, rubbish dumps, metropolises, villages, fat americans and one scary guy putting mud on his face. But the conclusion is that we are all interconnected, I also that we maybe eat too much meat. Actually, I would have preferred a stronger narrative, and some of the shots were a bit boring or should have been cut shorter.
This movie completely lacks adult themes, why Pixar would go against its other films I don't know. The story is boring, the alternative future setting in which dinosaurs more evolved that humans is unexplored and the premise that the main character has to make his mark is pretty cringe. The animated landscapes are amazing looking though, its a total waste.
A cute little spy movie where nothing bad happens, very relaxing. My favourite line; "How did you loose your coat?" "Spy stuff". I hope the lawyer said that in real life.
Kind of like a Wes Anderson film, but really depressing and bad. It's ok to have unlikable characters, I get that that's the point, but you can't have almost every single character be irredeemably excruciating. It's not funny, it's just unpleasant. Sadly it didn't even have a point to it. You watch this gross family going through a divorce and then like ten minutes before the end the son catches his dad practically raping his student. He then manages to realise the painfully obvious; that his dad is the worst human being imaginable, that he is a similar sort of asshole, and that his mum was a good mother (comparatively). He remembers a specific instance where his mother would protect him from a scary museum exhibit, of a Squid and a Whale. Hence the name for this abortion of a movie. To the 3 facebook friends who read my reviews, give this one a miss.