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The Little Rabbit Who Could Zootopia Critique Jasmine Gibson Diana Green; Writing and Inquiry October 24, 2016
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Gibson In the film Zootopia, a small rabbit lives in a small town. with big dreams. She wants to be the first ‘bunny’ cop in the animal civilization in the city of Zootopia, where anyone can be anything. The film focuses not only on how this small town bunny can make it in the big city, but also it explores the non-existent part of this world where humans never existed and animals reign as the primary society on this dystopian Earth. The animated film focuses on a rabbit by the name of Jude. She is a small town bunny from the small town of Bunnyburrow where the main profession is carrot farming. Jude has grown up wanting to erect change in the world and accomplish her dream of becoming the first ever bunny cop. The theme of a fox and a rabbit is also petty common, in both major parts of her life- a fox is somehow involved. Throughout the film, the fox is constantly portrayed as negative and is the only animal that seems to stick to its pre-civilization stigma of being sly, sneaky, and untruthful.
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