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Zootopia [DVD] [2016]

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (6633 out of 6699)

    Special Features


    • Scoretopia - Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino shares how he brought the whole movie's world to life in a rare backstage look at the musicians behind the music

    Synopsis


    Zootopia
    In a city inhabited by anthropomorphic animals who have abandoned traditional predator/prey roles in favor of civilized coexistence, uptight rabbit police officer Judy Hopps (voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin) is forced to work with charismatic fox con artist Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman) to crack a major case involving the mysterious disappearance of some carnivorous citizens. But when a few of the missing critters reappear, having reverted to pre-enlightenment savagery, it exposes existing anti-carnivore prejudice among the city's herbivores that threatens to damage the fabric of their diverse metropolis. Shakira, Idris Elba, J.K. Simmons, Nate Torrence, Jenny Slate, Tommy Chong, Octavia L. Spencer, Bonnie Hunt, Alan Tudyk, Don Lake, and John DiMaggio also lend their voices. ~ Violet LeVoit, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Ginnifer Goodwin
      Ginnifer Goodwin - Judy Hopps
    • Jason Bateman
      Jason Bateman - Nick Wilde
    • Idris Elba
      Idris Elba - Chief Bogo
    • Jenny Slate
      Jenny Slate - Assistant Mayor Bellwether
    • Nate Torrence
      Nate Torrence - Benjamin Clawhauser



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 6699 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      One of the Best Films of 2016

      Posted
      JWay
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      This film is absolutely brilliant from beginning to end. One might think that they are in store for a usual buddy flick, but one would be wrong. From the studio that brought to the the world films like "Tangled" "Wreck It Ralph" "Frozen" and "Big Hero 6" comes "Zootopia." "Zootopia" begins with a little girl rabbit, Judy Hopps, dreaming of growing up to be a cop for the ZPD, Zootopia Police Department. Moving forward, we find Judy working towards doing just that. We find her hard at work training and failing. However Judy never gives up, she works harder than anyone in her police academy class to 'try' (a major theme in the movie - try, never give up). Judy ends up graduating valedictorian and is placed with the ZPD at ZPD headquarters in the center of Zootopia. In the world of Zootopia, mammals have created a topia (meaning place) where mammals live in coexistence. There are many different ecosystems within the city; allowing for many types of creatures to live within the metroplex. Weather predator or prey, the primal instincts have disappeared and the two 'types' of creatures now live in harmony. That is until creatures go missing, in particular, an otter named Emmet. Judy Hopps, discriminated against for being the first rabbit and only girl on the ZPD, is stuck on parking duty as a meter-maid. There she meets Nick Wilde, a sly fox, partially conducting a fraudulent scheme to sell popsycles to the rodent population. While trying to figure out a way to bring down Nick's operation, she stumbles upon a weasel robbing a flower shop. She ends up catching the weasel, but does so after causing havoc in the miniature mice section of town. Needless to say she was reprimanded because she left her post as meeter-maid and broke a direct order. After hearing Emmet's wife pleading with the chief to find her missing husband, Judy strikes a deal with the chief for 48 hrs to solve the case. If she fails to achieve her goal, she turns in her badge. The chief gives her the case file, but her only lead coincidently leads her back to Nick Wilde. She blackmails the fox to help her by proving his crime of tax abatement. He reluctantly goes along. The two of them quickly begin to piece together an elaborate puzzle of twists and turns. Will they find Emmet in time? Will Judy prove her usefulness as Zootopia's first bunny cop? Will Nick Wilde end his sly ways? I will not spoil it for you. This film is incredible! This is the best film from Walt Disney Animation Studios since the "Lion King." This film, in my book, is this year's front runner for the next Best Animated Feature Film Oscar. Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde are going to be an instantaneous hit among the animation faithful. Let's face it, "Zootopia" has already earned its place alongside the studio's classics, and deservingly so. "Zootopia" also deserves to be at least nominated, and I would argue win, in the Best Production Design category at the next Oscars as well. The city elements are so stunning and so impressive from a world building prospective, that I wish that the story would pause for awhile so that I could walk around in the movie world and explore. I urge Disney, I beg of Disney to make this a UI/world in a video game so that I can do just that; explore. The writing is superb! The innovative and creative plot; dealing with very mature thematic eliminates, almost freakishly taylor made for the social/political happenings of today, are exceptional! Racism, sexism, drugs, weapons, and consent are all matters dealt with in this 'family' film. These themes are handled with care, with such beauty that this film is truly a game changer in the Animation Industry. A perfect film for kids to see in the ever changing social/political climate of the day. A+/5/5 stars! The blu-ray associated with the film is great too. Great special features, I wanted more behind the scenes content, but nevertheless, its a great blu-ray release. A must buy!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fun & Memorably Fresh Story

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      StaticFilet
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      This movie was fun to watch all the way through. I enjoyed the crime drama elements of action/adventure & mystery peppered within. There are enough twists to keep an audience entertained, enough comical moments to keep an audience chuckling, AND enough heartfelt moments to keep an audience engaged. Disney got the casting right for this movie and they even managed to resist the urge of "offing" any of the protagonist's family (or any of the antagonist's or supporting characters' family for that matter). WAY TO GO DISNEY! The animation is on target for what we've come to expect from a big budget computer animated film. Beautifully rendered and the details are crisp enough to feel like they are really a part of that world. Some of the most enjoyable elements of this movie from my perspective is the animation of the environment(s), locations, and details therein. I've watched the movie with my kids several times and love to see things like; the hippos at the monorail station swimming up to and stepping onto the platform from the water. Then, by design, air forced through the vents under their feet quickly dry their suits and ties so they can carry on to whatever business they must attend. Why do I like this? I couldn't tell you. I'm sure there is some book, website, or professor that could pinpoint that part of my psyche. But I think that I like it as much as I do for the simple fact that, however ridiculous the thought of hippos even being in a terminal waiting to board a monorail for work is, it MAKES SENSE in that world. Every time I watch it I think, " Well, yeah. They need some way to get to the station and it's easier for hippos to swim than walk". Then I think, "Good thing they set up some type of grate system with forced air to both dry their clothes and catch the excess water that falls". (Because we wouldn't want the other monorail station visitor to slip and fall, right?) Also, the variety in locations is satisfyingly appealing as well. Basically all of the environments you might find animals, squeezing one central location exactly like a dense urban area has it's districts. Giant freezer units blow freezing air all throughout the "Tundra Town" section, while Giant heaters keep things toasty in the "Sahara Square" division (Interestingly enough, the way it seems to be designed is that they use the residual heat that is produced from the freezer units' coils to assist the heaters into heating "Sahara Square. Brilliant!). Keeping the Rainforest District at it's optimum saturation level isn't a problem because there is an intricate sprinkler system within and above the canopy supplying the district with it's required 100+ inches of rainfall a annually. Even the smaller mammals have their own tiny section where, as seen in the movie, cotton tail size rabbit comparatively makes the functional cars, buildings and roadways seem like toys... ... but I digress. I really like this movie and enjoy the 3D element as well. But as another reviewer commented, this movie is enjoyable with or without 3D.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The best Disney film since Lilo & Stitch

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      Kenn
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      When I went to see this film, I expected it to be good. I expected the usual Disney "talking animal" movie, some fun moments, and pretty animation. What I did not expect was a story that deals with some very uncomfortable truths about our world, brilliantly told in a way that anyone can understand and that are woven into the plot, rather than beating you over the head with the message. I did not expect such a wonderful, strong, well written female lead. I did not expect the main characters to not have a forced, shoehorned in romantic subplot. I did not expect the best Disney movie since Lilo and Stitch, and easily my favorite since The Lion King. Everything about this movie is wonderful, from the animation to the voices to the music to the story to the messages. I did not expect to so completely love the main characters, who are so well written and fully realized that when the movie's tearjerker moments hit you they don't feel forced because you really believe these characters. Judy dealing with her latent mistrust of foxes, Nick dealing with society's view of foxes, and how both of these characters overcome their past trauma and grow is fantastic and some of the best character writing I've seen in a major release. I can't possibly say enough good things about this movie. If I DO have a negative, it's that from now on all animated movies (and most live action ones) will fall short of this film's strengths. If Frozen is a 8/10, Big Hero 6 is a 9/10, and Wreck-It Ralph is a 10/10, Zootopia is an 11/10

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Instant classic Disney movie

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      Nobodyimportant
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      This is a review of the movie which i've seen 3 times not of the Bluray. I will be buying this Combopack though. Zootopia is both stunning cgi and magnificent storytelling. It isn't all good feeling throughout instead focusing on a more realistic story. There are plenty of laughs and happy scenes but also some that could scare very young children and others scenes that are sad. Most Disney movies have both sad and happy scenes in them (Inside Out was a very good movie but tried it's hardest to make you sad) Zootopia got 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and the negative reviews that took this away you could tell were simply to ruin this score and get people to click on their review website. (I've read the negative reviews and they didn't make much sense, They try to fabricate something to be mad about) Without spoiling the movie (and the description on some sites for purchasing the dvd do spoil a good amount) it will have you feeling all the emotions and it may scare the youngest viewers but Disney has made amazing movies with much more shocking scenes (Lion King for example) I think it deserves the (Virtually) 100% it earned on Rotten Tomatoes and I know it will be just the beginning of the franchise.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Disney Animation Continues its Winning Streak

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      VandyPrice
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      Zootopia is something of a combination of an analogy for our real world and the hopes and dreams of where we might one day end up-a utopia if you will. In Zootopia everything is indeed perfect and as animals have risen up to become responsible citizens of the planet it is of course, imagined. Still, this world is portrayed as a place where animals have evolved to the point there is no dividing line between the once vicious predators and the meek prey they once hunted, but rather both groups have moved beyond these primitive ways to conduct a society where everyone has the same opportunities and where all species get along with one another no problem. Of course, there are minor cracks of prejudice between certain sects of animals, but these seem to only be apparent in some of the more backward thinking individuals who still hold old traditions to be of an absolute truth. Sound familiar? Disney seems to be making no qualms about drawing the parallels between this imagined world where cute, animated creatures roam free and our own society where we too have trouble letting go of lessons drawn from a world of different circumstance and experience and not applying them to our current cultural landscape. That Zootopia is willing to display such faults is telling in the first place, but that it goes so far to make this desire to return to the old ways of thinking and ultimately existing by some tells even more. With a group of five writers and directors the film is primed to start many a discussions after viewing it as the film itself seems to have naturally come out of many a long conversations between its creators and their staff. If you're one who doesn't care to have your animated films relevant or culturally-charged rest assured the final product is still very much in the vein of what most parents and families will be expecting from the film, but with the added weight of such apt comparisons and broad resolutions of love and equality with acknowledged caveats to each situation there is certainly an added layer of meaning to the proceedings if you care to look.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      AWESOMENESS

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      stylez562
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      When I went to see this film, I expected it to be good. I expected the usual Disney "talking animal" movie, some fun moments, and pretty animation. What I did not expect was a story that deals with some very uncomfortable truths about our world, brilliantly told in a way that anyone can understand and that are woven into the plot, rather than beating you over the head with the message. I did not expect such a wonderful, strong, well written female lead. I did not expect the main characters to not have a forced, shoehorned in romantic subplot. I did not expect the best Disney movie since Lilo and Stitch, and easily my favorite since The Lion King. Everything about this movie is wonderful, from the animation to the voices to the music to the story to the messages. I did not expect to so completely love the main characters, who are so well written and fully realized that when the movie's tearjerker moments hit you they don't feel forced because you really believe these characters. Judy dealing with her latent mistrust of foxes, Nick dealing with society's view of foxes, and how both of these characters overcome their past trauma and grow is fantastic and some of the best character writing I've seen in a major release. I can't possibly say enough good things about this movie. If I DO have a negative, it's that from now on all animated movies (and most live action ones) will fall short of this film's strengths. If Frozen is a 8/10, Big Hero 6 is a 9/10, and Wreck-It Ralph is a 10/10, Zootopia is an 11/10

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The best Disney film to date

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      kenn
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      When I went to see this film, I expected it to be good. I expected the usual Disney "talking animal" movie, some fun moments, and pretty animation. What I did not expect was a story that deals with some very uncomfortable truths about our world, brilliantly told in a way that anyone can understand and that are woven into the plot, rather than beating you over the head with the message. I did not expect such a wonderful, strong, well written female lead. I did not expect the main characters to not have a forced, shoehorned in romantic subplot. I did not expect the best Disney movie since Lilo and Stitch, and easily my favorite since The Lion King. Everything about this movie is wonderful, from the animation to the voices to the music to the story to the messages. I did not expect to so completely love the main characters, who are so well written and fully realized that when the movie's tearjerker moments hit you they don't feel forced because you really believe these characters. Judy dealing with her latent mistrust of foxes, Nick dealing with society's view of foxes, and how both of these characters overcome their past trauma and grow is fantastic and some of the best character writing I've seen in a major release. I can't possibly say enough good things about this movie. If I DO have a negative, it's that from now on all animated movies (and most live action ones) will fall short of this film's strengths. If Frozen is a 8/10, Big Hero 6 is a 9/10, and Zootopia is an 11/10

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Awesome!!

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      ThugLife
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      I wasn't sure if this movie was gonna be good or not, so I waited to see it on Netflix. Even then, I was reluctant to see it because I didn't wanna waste my time on a bad movie. Fortunately, I was interested enough to watch it. And I absolutely loved it!! It was funny, suspenseful, and even had some action scenes as well. Plus, I fell in love the theme song 'Try Everything'. The movie was just awesome!! I watched it two times in a row that night, before I came to the conclusion that I needed to have the blu-ray copy added to my collection. After I bought it, I watched it two more times. And now that I'm thinking about it, I wanna watch it again. Lol. The character Judy Hopps is performed so well, that you can't help but love her. And her friendly conflict with Nick Wilde is what makes the movie so great. To me, one of the funniest scenes between them, is when Judy went to apologize to Nick when he was by the bridge. That funny little scene was done so well, that I had to see it multiple times before I could continue watching the movie. The dialogue between them, and the little grabbing motion she made, was funny and priceless. I'm so glad I gave this movie a chance, because I feel the same way about 'Zootopia', as I do about the 'How to Train Your Dragon' movies, and the 'Hotel Transylvania' movies. I just can't get enough of watching them!!

      I would recommend this to a friend



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