“Zootopia” is a gold mine of comedy for the whole family.
In Zootopia, all mammals live together in harmony — there is no need for the animals to compete for resources.
All of the animals walk upright and wear clothing, too.
In an effort to prove her worth, Judy ends up working with a fox named Nick P. Wilde.
The majority of the movie is lighthearted and fun — and at times, downright hilarious.
But there is something terribly wrong in Zootopia. There are missing animals that no one has been able to find.
While investigating, Hops and Wilde rely on the help of newly made friends and foes to uncover the truth of what has happened to the missing animals.
The movie teaches children cooperation, not to succumb to prejudices and that they can be anything they want to be.
This story gets 9 out of 10, in my book.
“Zootopia” will be shown at 7 p.m. today/Sept. 23 under the Wilson Park rotunda, courtesy of the Fall Friday Family Movie Series from the City of Arkansas City.