what i love more than anything about Roy Mustang is his entire ~persona~ centers around him as a cool smirking angsty powerful war hero but in reality he is a huge nerd all his dates are his mom’s informants. he can’t drive for shit. his favorite game is chess he loves puppies and making prank phone calls he’s such a momma’s boy roy mustang is tHE BIGGEST DORK IN THE WORLD AND THAT’S WHY I LOVE HIM SO FUCKING MUCH
Ace Attorney’s an insanely fun game so full of twists and turns and murder and surprise that it’s easy to forget that it all started because of one guy being so thirsty he literally discarded his major and chose a new career on the off chance of meeting his crush
The plot is well-paced and full of genuine twists and turns, but what really sets Zootopia apart is its deft (read: not preachy) yet unflinching take on bigotry. As Judy says in the epilogue, “Real life is messy.” The movie starts out focusing on the anti-rabbit prejudice that Judy faces but gradually shifts to anti-predator (particularly anti-fox) prejudice … which Judy, herself, harbors.
Furthermore, Zootopia confronts the uncomfortable reality that sometimes stereotypes (and, consequently, suspicions) are founded, but it frames them as a product of the cycle of hatred. Judy mistrusts foxes and Nick reinforces the “shifty, untrustworthy” fox stereotype, but both behaviors stem from valid childhood experiences (particularly Nick’s … holy hell). They’re both victims of bias who harbor biases themselves.