Movie Review – Zootopia

There’s a world where animals have evolved to a higher level of think, far past their basic instincts. However, animals all over uses their natural abilities to their advantage. Rabbits farm and the King of the Jungle is Mayor. It’s perfectly sufficient to use your natural talents to cement your place in life, but what if you could achieve more? What if you could change your predestined station in life and follow your dreams? Since she was a kit, Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) of Bunnyborrow has always stood up for the little guy, even though she’s pretty tiny herself. While her overprotective parents Bonnie (Bonnie Hunt) and Stu (Don Lake) would rather see Judy join her 237 siblings and maintain the family farm; Judy wants to protect and serve in the Zootopia Police Department.  Continue reading “Movie Review – Zootopia”

MOVIE REVIEW – Beauty and the Beast 3D (2012)

Most of the time when a studio re-releases a film I’m not exactly in favor of it.  Especially when a film is such a part of my childhood I can remember seeing it the first time in theaters.  There’s a certain magical thing that happens when you see a great film for the first time.  That memory is so precious that you want to remember it a very specific way.  So watching this film again in the theaters I was hesitant.  But one of the great things about releasing the film again in theaters is it exposes a whole new audience to quality animation and storytelling.  And it allows a whole new set of children to create that special memory they’ll remember throughout their lives.

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