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Plot: Cryptozookeepers try to capture a Baku, a dream-eating hybrid creature of legend, and start wondering if they should display these beasts or keep them hidden and unknown.
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An acquired taste…
Cryptozoo is an oddly-animated feature that rambles along like it was a storybook adventure crafted in the Seventies – when details were blurred in a haze and stories for children were not always safe.
Honestly, Cryptozoo accomplishes the goal of any good fantasy and science fiction story by crafting a timely tale set in a timeless fashion. Unfortunately the chosen medium and distinct art style highly restricts what should be a tale of openness and inclusion.
Animation is, theoretically, budgetless. The artist can sculpt and paint and render imaginative, unseen worlds and bring them to life. Why then does Cryptozoo look like flipbook doodles on the corners of a Dungeons & Dragons module?
The animation is certainly an acquired taste. Fortunately, its rudimentary style does not totally diminish the compelling story of social relevance. Fiction like this is what opens conversation regarding the importance of freedom and the rights of all. Including animators with questionable art styles.
Crude In Story And Execution
A veterinarian and her friend decide to save cryptids from the depredations of the world. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, a cryptid is a beast which science hasn’t proven exists, but which is believed to exist by many people: the yeti is one; the chupacabra is another. For the purposes of this movie, cryptids include a variety of fabulous creatures like fauns, dragons, medusas and will-o-the-wisps. The plans of these women is to start an exhibition park, where people will pay to see these creatures; once familiar with them, acceptance will be the next step.
You can’t have a story without a villain — actually you can — and here the villain is a fellow who wants to weaponize these creatures for the military, and who has plenty of soldiers with guns, tanks, and poorly drawn helicopters to enforce his scheme. In the end, both plans fail, and the best course of action, it turns out, is to leave these beings alone; they’ve been doing fine for a long time without these geniuses. Or, as I heard the Einstein quote beautifully mangled, “If there weren’t so many people trying to solve problems, we wouldn’t have so many problems to solve.”
This movie, despite its good intentions, annoyed me on many levels. The first was the easy choice of making the military the villain. The second was the general idiocy, the going ’round Robin Hood’s barn to conclude that the best thing to have done at the end would have been nothing in the first place. Finally, I did not enjoy the unpolished nature of the images, the quarter animation. I understand that this was an independent production, and that the producers wrought miracles to raise enough money to make this unfortunately crude cartoon, the most expensive type of movie making. Given my dissatisfaction with the story, however, this just added to my general impression.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Director Dash Shaw
Writer Dash Shaw
Actors Lake Bell, Michael Cera, Emily Davis
Country United States
Awards 4 wins & 11 nominations
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