Finding Nemo (2003)


Movie Review

Directed by: Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich

Starring: Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, and Alexander Gould

Nemo (Alexander Gould) has never been a very talented clownfish.  Born with an abnormally small right fin, he struggles to keep up with everyone else.  His father Marlin (Albert Brooks) worries quite a bit about his “slow” son.  His worst fears come true when Nemo is captured by a scuba diver.  Marlin goes on a perilous journey to save his son.  He goes with help though.  Dory, a warmhearted, happy Regal tang with a bad memory, accompanies Marlin on the trip to find Nemo.

Finding Nemo is a phenomenal film that embodies Pixar’s golden age.  It’s fun movie with brilliant storytelling and jaw-dropping animation.  Finding Nemo gets a sober rating.  Don’t miss this one!



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