Finding Nemo

Theatrical Release: May 30, 2003
DVD Release: November 4, 2003
Finding Nemo
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Synopsis

Pixar animation and Disney collaborate in this delightful, family-friendly undersea adventure tale about two clown fish living in a giant sea anemone off the coast of Australia. A single father, Marlin (voice of Albert Brooks) has dedicated his life to protecting young Nemo. But one day, the energetic, excited little fish swims away from the coral reef into the sea, where he is captured by a diver. Nemo ends up in a dentist’s office aquarium in Sydney. Marlin is devastated and embarks on a long journey filled with danger, humor and miracles. Along the way, he is befriended by Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), a wacky, big-hearted blue fish handicapped by short-term memory loss. Little Nemo faces challenges as well in his new surroundings as he wins the hearts of his new companions, including a tough-talking angel fish named Gill (Willem Dafoe).

Dove Review

Along with witty dialogue, beautiful scenery and high adventure are the positive themes of friendship, trust and love. Nemo is a treat for all ages.

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Info

Company: Disney
Director: Andrew Stanton
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 101 min.
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Mary Draughon