Despite being a bunny, Judy has always dreamed of becoming a police officer and helping make the world a better place for animals to live in harmony. And thanks to the mayor’s new program to get underrepresented animals onto the police force, her dream is about to become a reality. Judy is so excited to start her new job in the big city–until she finds out that the police chief doesn’t share the mayor’s faith in her and has assigned her to writing parking tickets. But when Judy promises to help a distressed otter locate her missing husband, the chief gives her 48 hours to break the case–or else she must resign the force. With the help of a cynical con-artist fox, Judy begins to follow the clues. But as she begins to uncover a sinister conspiracy, Judy’s efforts to make the world a better place begin to tear her community apart.
My husband and I rented this movie for our grown-up date night (we saw the trailer with the all-sloth DMV and were instantly sold; well done, Disney marketing department), and we were not disappointed. There was plenty of humor to appeal to kids and adults, they mystery was compelling, and the message about prejudice and discrimination was timely. A great family film with appeal for a variety of ages!