Zootopia (2016)

Zootopia was released on DVD on June 7, 2016
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The modern mammal metropolis of Zootopia is a city like no other. Comprised of habitat neighborhoods like ritzy Sahara Square and frigid Tundratown, it’s a melting pot where animals from every environment live together—a place where no matter what you are, from the biggest elephant to the smallest shrew, you can be anything. But when optimistic Officer Judy Hopps arrives, she discovers that being the first bunny on a police force of big, tough animals isn’t so easy. Determined to prove herself, she jumps at the opportunity to crack a case, even if it means partnering with a fast-talking, scam-artist fox, Nick Wilde, to solve the mystery.

Reviews & Ratings:

8.0 98% User Reviews (5)


US DVD Release Date June 7, 2016
UK DVD Release Date July 25, 2016
Australia DVD Release Date June 15, 2016

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Complete Movie Details

Run time 108 min
Theater Release Date March 4, 2016
DVD and Blu-ray Release Date June 7, 2016
Actors Jason Bateman, Ginnifer Goodwin, J.K. Simmons, Idris Elba, Alan Tudyk, Jenny Slate, Bonnie Hunt, Katie Lowes, Octavia Spencer
Directed by Byron Howard, Rich Moore
Writer(s) ,
Studio Disney
MPAA PG (Rated PG for some thematic elements, rude humor and action)
Gross $341,268,248
Genre(s) Action, Adventure, Animation
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5 Visitor Reviews for Zootopia

  1. Ravi Akbar Pasha Fuad says:

    The movie starts with a young Judy Hopps making her way into a rainforest, where she ended up in a stage by an attacked tiger and red ribbons. She frightened onto her friends and talked to them about the city of Zootopia. She wanted to be a police officer when she grows up! They exited the barn and Judy skipped along, between her parents, Bonnie and Stu Hopps. Until she stopped by a nasty fox named Gideon Grey, who bullies Judy and tells her not to be a real cop. Fifteen years later, Judy was assigned for training at the Zootopia Police Academy (ZPA) where she has been ruled from her drill instructor and recognizes the twelve unique ecosystems that made up the city of Zootopia – from freezing Tundratown to sweltering Sahara Square. She needed to conserve all of them, but in the final day of training, she did! On graduation day, she was assigned to the police department by the mayors of Zootopia, Lionheart and Bellwether, as Bonnie and Stu watched in the audience. The next day, Judy’s family accompanied her to the train station, where the Zootopia subway will be headed. They made a care package for Judy to take with a fox deterrent and repellent and…a fox Taser, in case if she sees a fox. When the subway finally arrived, Judy hopped in and waved goodbye to her family. She had everything: her IPAW, her fox deterrent and repellent and Taser, and all of the things she needs. Then she clicked on some music from her favorite singer, Gazelle. She listened to the song as she saw city pass by. From sweltering Sahara Square to freezing Tundratown, Judy saw the whole hot, cold and tropical climates as it passed by. She exited at Central Station, which served downtown Zootopia. Her song plyed wasn’t over yet. She let the chaotic sounds pass by and as the song ended, she sighed in relief and happy to be in Zootopia. She had a small apartment and antelope neighbors. Then, Judy got ready and went to the Zootopia Police Department (ZPD) for her first day on the job! She met up with lots of officers in there. She found the bullpen. Officer Clawhauser, a cheetah led her there. The bullpen was a classroom of officers! Her seat was assigned next to Officer McHorn, a grumpy rhinoceros. Chief Bogo, the instructor, entered the bullpen. Judy’s seat was too big of her size for her to sit, so she stood. Bono acknowledges and jokingly wishes Officer Francine a happy birthday. He finally tells Judy and the officers about 14 missing mammals, from a polar bear to an otter. When he was about to tell Judy her assignment, she stood up. She ran towards Bogo and started parking duty. She leaves the bullpen and put on a meter maid vest and played upbeat music as she wrote parking tickets. When she was done, she noticed something behind her. Judy saw a red fox beside her and eyed him, sneaking into Jumbeaux’s Cafe. She ran after him. When she looked at the cafe’s door, he was nowhere to be seen. Jazz music played inside the cafe when the founder, Jerry Jumbeaux Jr., an African elephant. Judy entered the cafe and the fox was to be seen. He appealed and took over and brought a Fennec fox toddler. He had an elephant garb that tooted all over the place. He was about to order a red Jumbo-pop as the toddler’s birthday present. Judy interrupted the order and correctly and politely ordered the Jumbo-pop. Judy went out with the Jumbo-pop and handed it to the fox. The fox introduces himself as Nick Wilde. Then Nick handed the Jumbo-pop to his kid.

  2. AWSOME says:

    This movie is kid friendly I will definitely have it when it comes out

  3. Chase Calvin says:

    I enjoyed watching this awesome, funny, action packed adventure. I enjoyed it so much I could not wait for it to come on DVD, I can’t wait to see it again!

  4. Charles says:

    Went to see the movie in Imax. First, I am not a big movies fan, I usually wait until I go to a friend’s house to see the movie, if they have it, or wait for it to go on sale once it releases on DVD.

    So what happened with Zootopia? For most people who are into anthropomorphic animals and fandom based, Zootopia appealed to them the most. I was no different. Though a Disney cartoon, the previews and commercials was enough to get me more than a little excited. Plus it had a fox, an animal I am personally in love {Figuratively} with.

    The movie cost me about 20 dollars. I figured since I was going out of my way to see a movie since the release of Chicken Little back in 05, I would be willing to pay the extra ten dollars. After all, this was my chance to see if the movie was great or not.

    I was not disappointed. From the start, the picture and texture was smooth. Couple that with cutey style animations and powerful back-story, and you got yourself one heck of a Disney movie. No wonder it was compared to Lion King, one of my childhood cartoons.

    It is worth seeing, and then getting. I am probably going to get the movie once its out. The movie has an inspiring tale to it that, if you pay attention to psyce aspects, can impact even the oldest person. I recommend this movie and hope it will never die out, like the Lion King.

  5. Amalia says:

    Great movie!!!! LOVE it!
    Saw it once and cant wait for it to be available. I want it for my must have Disnep collection!

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