Finding Nemo (2003)


fnNumber of Times Seen – Too many to count (Theater, DVD, 18 April 2013)

Brief Synopsis – An adult clown fish goes on a quest from the Great Barrier Reef in order to find his son Nemo who was taken to Sydney.

My Take on it – Once again Pixar had a hit.  For their 6th feature length film, they continued their success.

This time out, the animation under water seems so real that you often forget that you are watching an animated film and think that it’s really happening under water.

Voice talent is amazing as usual; Albert Brooks, Ellen Degeneres, Willem Dafoe, Brad Garrett, Allison Janney and (you guessed it) John Ratzenberger.

This movie really gives life to so many different types of sea creatures and not only that it gives them distinct personalities based on what the animators believe would fit each population. An example of this is that the Sea Turtles are “Surfer dudes”.

I heard that there will be a sequel to this in a few years called Finding Dory.  Really looking forward to it.

Bottom Line – Great funny movie. Worthy of the Pixar name. Highly Recommended

Rating – Oscar Worthy

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