PG | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
In a city of anthropomorphic animals, a rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox must work together to uncover a conspiracy.
Freeze frame on the first citation written, at 9:15 am, reveals that a parking with an expired meter is a $25 fine. So, writing 201 tickets means Officer Hopps has earned the city $5,025 in revenue in two hours and 45 minutes (at a pace of almost two tickets per minute).
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...
Young Hopps: Blood! Blood! Blood!
Young Hopps: And death.
The movie is set in an alternative fantasy world where all mammals are self-aware thinking beings who can walk bipedal, speak a common language, have the life expectancy of humans, and do other things that their species can't do in the real world. For this reason, most apparent biological errors should be regarded merely as part of the fantasy. E.g., rabbits living on carrots (which, contrary to popular belief, are "junk food" and not good diets for real rabbits), shrews having only one child per pregnancy, jaguars having eyes and vocal cords typical of other cat species, elephants species having mixed-and-matched tusk patterns, etc. It's all for fun and comedy.
The last bit of the end credits and the film's closing logos feature safari noises in the background.
Peter Moosebridge's portrayal differs based on each region's version of the film. In the American, British, Canadian, French, and Russian versions, he remains a moose. In the Brazilian version, he's a jaguar named Onçardo Boi Chá, voiced by Brazilian journalist Ricardo Boechat who anchors Jornal da Band on Rede Bandeirantes. In the Japanese version, he's a tanuki/japanese raccoon dog. In the Australian and New Zealand versions, he's a koala named David Koalabell, voiced by Australian entertainer David Campbell. In the Chinese version, he's a panda.
€2,806,793 (Italy) (21 February 2016)