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Judy's cellphone provider, as seen on her screen, is "PB&J," a reference to the company AT&T, and means "Peanut Butter and Jelly". On the back of her phone is a carrot with a bite taken out of it, a clear reference to Apple Inc. and the iPhone, which AT&T offers to users. PB&J was also used as the title for the Disney Junior (at the time Playhouse Disney) series PB&J Otter (1998). See more »
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Fear. Treachery. Bloodlust. Thousands of years ago, these were the forces that ruled our world. A world where prey were scared of predators. And predators had an uncontrollable, biological urge to maim and maul and...
[acting in a talent show, a small animal in a tiger costume attacks Young Hopps]
[throws red confetti into the air as if it's coming out of her body]
Blood! Blood! Blood!
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I hadn't planned on seeing this film (I feel we are over-saturated with
animated films these day, most of them mediocre), but I looked on as my
kids watched it. This is a really fine film. It takes on issues of
prejudice and cultural diversity. Zootopia is a city where animals live
side by side, predator and prey. It is not a utopia because law and
order is necessary. A little female rabbit messes with the male
dominated police force. She is put on duty as a meter maid and realizes
sexism along with her species is under attack. She is feisty and
eventually hooks up with a con-man fox (the least trusted species) whom
she enlists to help her solve a kidnapping case. Actually, it's otter
napping. In the process, she reveals her own prejudices and hurts her
partner. The movie has stunning animation and intelligent dialogue and
lots of social references. Very good stuff.
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