Zootopia hit me in a way I didn’t expect it to when I went to the theatre. It has narrative oomph, it flows well, there are good hilarity bits, and it is supremely inventive. Above all else however, Zootopia possesses a delicious and strong philosophical core, one filled with amazing moments of transformation and possibility.
This is why Zootopia moves me greatly.
In a film about animals, Zootopia tells us much about what it means to be human. I want to explore and share all the profound goodness that lies within its running time.
Welcome to the Zootopia Meditations.
- Why I find Zootopia both Moving and Important
- Apology, Forgiveness, and the Transformational Moments of Zootopia
- Moments of Choice and Freedom in Zootopia
- Hidden Biases: Here, There, and Everywhere
- A Zootopia Possibility Poem
- The Past, and What it Means to Nick (& Judy)
- Judy Hopps and Integrity
- Understanding and Being Exceptional
Some additional creations:
- Track Zootopia towards $1B! – zooboxoffice.com
- The Architecture in Zootopia
- My series of “Zootopia Loves” posts (on tumblr)
- At the Hopps Farm (Fanfic expanding on Judy’s moment of choice)
- “Try Everything” Poster
- The Amazing Callbacks and Narrative Brackets of Zootopia
- My Postcard of Appreciation & Acknowledgement to the Zootopia Team
- The Moment – A Zootopia Short Story (Fanfic set one year after the movie’s events)
- A Year End View on Zootopia and its Amazing Success
- My meeting with Rich Moore, Clark Spencer, and Nate Torrence!
- Number of viewings in the theatre: 8
- Number of total viewings: Countless :)
My original review(s) and views: