I’ve linked Adopting James’ review as I think it hits the nail on the proverbial head! It has so much more depth than one realises after watching a string of not so successful, post-Finding Nemo, Pixar animations. Take it away James…!
Zootopia is Disney’s 55th animated feature film, and it broke records as being the highest grossing Disney animated opening of all time.
Why is that? Personally, I think it’s because Disney has been delivering better and better films after their decade of mediocrity (1995-2004). The animation powerhouse, with the help from Pixar geniuses, has worked hard over the past twelve years to regain the world’s trust. Each film, from Bolt to Big Hero 6, has steadily gotten better and better, and diving deeper and deeper with substance and superior quality.
After seeing it with my son today, I can see why it’s garnered a near 100% critical rating on Rotten Tomatoes by both critics and audiences alike (many even claiming it’s the best Disney film ever), and why it’s broken the record as the studio’s highest grossing opening.
Zootopia is not your typical animated film. Sure, it’s anthropomorphic, which is not uncommon…
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