Holy karp! Hamster accountants are utterly adorable. No other words are necessary.
Although if I was pushed for other words, Zootopia is a brilliant, well-crafted kids story with some exceedingly relevant societal morals (*cough* American election *cough*). I loved pretty much everything about this film. The animation was charming, the voice acting imbued it with emotion and the plot was surprisingly fun and interesting. Characterisation and puns were both on point throughout and, ultimately, I really want to drive home how clever Zootopia is with its lessons. Along with Inside Out, this is a film that all kids need to see. Drill these messages into them young and never let them forget and possibly we may be able to reverse some of the awful in the world.
Less Shakira would have been good though. Not really sure why they put her in the mix nor why they kept pushing a distinctly average pop song throughout the film. Plus, 'Gazelle'? Surely this role was intended for Giselle! I spent the entire film just assuming this was the case, so to see Shakira's name in the credits was a little confusing. Given that this is my biggest gripe, however, speaks volumes for the rest of the film.