Review: Zootopia, 2016, dir. Byron Howard, Rich Moore, Jared Bush

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Months ago, if you told me Zootopia would win me over on a cardiovascular level, I probably would have ignored you. Yet here we are today, with my glowing review freshly posted over at Paste MagazineZootopia is a delight. Even if it didn’t lean hard on its discrimination allegory, it would still be wonderful; it has a great sense of humor, it’s very well animated, and it’s brimming with interesting, engaging characters. That aforementioned allegory, though, elevates the film, and even if the allegory isn’t perfect – which it isn’t – it’s still enough to spark conversation. Today, that alone feels like a big deal. Go read my thoughts in full at Paste!

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