Movie Genre: Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Animation
Writers: Byron Howard (story),
Jared Bush (story and screenplay),
Rich Moore (story),
Josie Trinidad (story),
Jim Reardson (story),
Phil Johnston (story and screenplay),
Jennifer Lee (story),
Dan Fogelman (additional story material).

Rating: PG (includes thematic elements, rude humor and action!)
Starring: Ginnifer Goodwin (Judy Hopps), Jason Bateman (Nick Wilde), Idris Elba (Cief Bogo), Jenny Slate (Bellwether), J.K Simmons (Mayor Lionheart) and guest starring- Shakira (Gazelle).

Movie Information: From a small town, Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) is a bunny determined to become a police officer and to protect the city from the bad. After successfully being recruited as the first bunny cop in history, she is sent to be apart of the police department in the modern metropolis of Zootopia, where all animals, predator or prey gets along. As she struggles to fight the doubts and mocks from the other animals, she meets a sly and slick fox (Jason Bateman) to uncover a strange mystery in Zootopia.

Movie Review: Walt Disney Pictures, you all have did it right again with this one! Since their major success and last film, Inside Out, they have crafted another great story that explores deeper and mature themes, such as racial stereotypes, gender stereotypes and even not to do drugs, but definitely in a more child-friendly way. The illustration of real life problems is brilliant and hilarious, which can also allow parents to discuss with the kids about. To top that off, I actually think that adults might enjoy the movie better than the children, as they may relate to these implications of how society is in real life. I loved the realistic aspect of Zootopia, even for an animated 3D film, this movie makes plenty of references from our daily lives. Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) was just an all-rounder lovable and charismatic character, and I was so hooked on to her character and her ambition right as the movie begins. I really felt a lot of sympathy and empathy for most of the characters in the film, which really did gave that emotional investment that I was hoping for, it was really heartfelt. It’s a movie that normally we adolescents or adults, can think deeply about, as we do have ambitions and dreams of our own, and sometimes being treated differently in our society, but at the same time the film still wants us to have a happy and great time, giving constant top-notch hilarious moments. And yes, the grand highlight of the movie, the awesome SLOTHS! 😀 I wouldn’t give away what makes them great, but they have one of the funniest moments in Disney movie history, I love ’em! ❤ Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman), the fox was also an amazing character that you really start to see his character grow when you discover about his roots and past. I thought J.K Simmons was the perfect voice for Mayor Lionheart, for his great intimidating and dominant voice that fits just right for being the a lion mayor. The animation in this film was fantastic, and I loved the great detail it had. The music is always as great as it is in Disney films, great job by Michael Giacchino!

Bite by Bite Movie Details Score!
This is my originally created list of movie details, all having the maximum score of 10, and a minimum score of 0. These are just my personal scores on how I felt about the details of the movie, if you have any objections, disagreements or agreements too, feel free to comment back, let’s have a discussion!

Story: 9/10
Character Development: 8.5/10
Intensity and Climax: 6/10
Originality: 7/10
Emotional Connection: 9/10
Discovery: 7/10
Script: 8/10
Animation: 9/10
Soundtrack/Score: 9/10
Message: 10/10

Total average score: 8.25 out of 10 Popcorn Bites! 😀
Personal Grade: Lightly Awesome! A-

I’m so happy to watch a great movie by Walt Disney Studios again, it excites me to know that kids can watch realistic and deeper films, but still get a great laugh out of it while learning these things, I’m looking forward to more movies from Disney! I implore all of you to watch this incredibly funny and heart-moving film, with your kids, friends or the whole family, for this isn’t just a film targeted for children, but for all ages and humankind! So Get Popcorn and Get Comfy, this is Captain Popcorn!

(Image Credits: Movie Poster – The Sentinel, Image Shown – ScreenCrush)