Zootopia Piece Of Shit Or Not?


Zootopia Piece Of Shit Or Not?

Joe's Take

"Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... MASS HYSTERIA!" In a world (deep narrative tone), where genital free animals have take the place of humans, one discriminated bunny tries to make a difference, Some wild animals have started attacking others (rabies?), and office Bunny enlists the help of "jerkwad fox guy" to assist her as a witness. There's polar bear mafioso's, safari nudist colonies, and a trip to the DMV for some slow down sloth time.
Where will the fun little "tail" be without a morality sub plot about facing the odds and taking "No" for an answer, no matter how small you are?
This movie looks cute and funny, so if even half of it is as hilarious as the sloth scene, it can't miss.

Prediction - What kind of animal fecal joke can I make here? Never mind. Not a piece of shit.
Guano want to see this? There, you happy?

Mike's Take -

Welcome to Zootopia, a place where animals of all kinds get together, instead of, say killing each other like they would normally do. But, this is a Disney film, so animals act like humans and do the things that humans do, which includes having jobs. It's an animated film. By Disney. What's more to say? It looks cute, there will be some funny parts, but altogether, it's mostly going to be forgettable. J.K. Simmons is probably angry, there's a rhino cop that probably is a slow guy that has to stop and breath before continuing the chase and a fox that's - get this, a thief! Imagine that.

It looks good, there appears to be some funny scenes and again, it's a Disney film.
Not a piece of shit.

Joe's jokes are awful #itsnotfunnywhenyourpunny

Zootopia (2016)
PG | 1h 48min | Animation, Action, Adventure | 4 March 2016 (USA)
In a city of anthropomorphic animals, a fugitive con artist fox and a rookie bunny cop must work together to uncover a conspiracy.
Directors: Byron Howard, Rich Moore 
Writers: Jared Bush (screenplay), Phil Johnston (screenplay) 
Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba