With human warmth, "Zootopia" is an emotional and motivational film, with a basic but intelligent humor, and with a plot whose background is understandable for children and suggestive for young adults. The expression "Never judge a book by its cover" it is a cornerstone in the structure of the story, as goals related to self improvement. The argument is not quite complex, but is thoughtful but not delves into things that ultimately do not matter in the script, as political and economic aspects.The end is predictable, since from the beginning of the story we know the goals of the protagonist and we know that find a way to reach them, but also shows an unexpected turn when knowing the true villain and his intentions, something similar to what It happened in "Frozen" and that in some way perplexes the public. The animation is sublime and very detailed, scenarios are lucid and texture of the fur, skin and clothing of the characters is fantastic with a pleasing level of realism, making evident the great quality that characterizes the CGI Disney. The low participation of Shakira was somewhat disappointing, considering its extensive mention in the marketing of the film.
It includes an interesting social criticism, showing in its outlook a metropolis with a great diversity in its population, whose inhabitants are not spared from being segregated and stereotyped, among which there are those who seek equity and others seeking superiority, and this it is an issue that has caused a stir recently in the United States, the country of origin of the film.
Personally, incidental music is one of the most important aspects in a movie, because it gives greater impetus to the emotional aspect of a scene, but the soundtrack of "Zootopia" is discreet and easy. The composer Michael Giacchino made a simple job, that although it is not all bad, is not satisfactory, and pales in comparison to its previous soundtrack, which was "Inside Out".
"Zootopia" is entertaining and fun. Revive the charm and genius that characterizes Disney and takes him new horizons.
"The Force Awakens" is an act of justice that comes 10 years after "The Revenge of the Sith" will provide us with a somewhat decent than it was a unattractive trilogy. It has an exquisite balance between a bright screenplay and high-impact visual effects, which are quite enjoyable if we see the film in 3D. The plot is an excellent expansion of canon universe of "Star Wars", nice for fans of the series and appealing to those who see a film franchise for the first time. It has the classic style that many missed and that was absent in the second trilogy, but with too many references to the first delivery, which makes feel almost like a reboot (if very similar to "Jurassic World"). This can cause longingly in the fans of the series, or dissatisfaction include too many aspects of the first film. The comic moments make clear the "Disney touch" (which look pretty followed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe), but they are details that can be overlooked as unimportant. Finn's character is a big plus because it shows the human side of the Stormtroopers, developing his personality in the hostile environment of the film. The music composition is again amazing thanks to John Williams.
I had never seen such a spectacular and hilarious sequel since Spider-Man 2 (2004). DreamWorks showed he still has the talent to create great animated films, regardless of setbacks (Bee Movie, Shrek The Third, Turbo, The Croods). Worthy of an Academy Award, an award that unfortunately lost.
More than a decade of waiting was worth it. A breathtaking adventure that met us the greatest return to the Jurassic world. The only flaw is the story of a dysfunctional family, a story without importance in the plot.