Reviews



Title
Author


Finding Nemo   8/20/19
by Citizen Rules
Animation: 5/5I could say that the animation wasn't as detailed as Coco but that's unfair as Finding Nemo is a 16 year old film so should only be compared to the state of animation at the time, and I though it looked great.

Finding Nemo   4/22/19
by rauldc14
The most beautiful animation film to date with great sound and voice performances as well as a story for the ages.

Finding Nemo   7/17/18
by SmudgeEFC1985
Just like previous Pixar films, setting a story under the sea gives them such a massive canvas of characters and set ups to work with, same as they could with toys, bugs and monsters.

Finding Nemo   7/17/18
by SmudgeEFC1985
Just like previous Pixar films, setting a story under the sea gives them such a massive canvas of characters and set ups to work with, same as they could with toys, bugs and monsters.

Finding Nemo   9/24/17
by MovieMeditation
Then you have the fish tank, which is filled with loud speaking, bobble-blabbering characters, yet there are instances like the filtration system scene and the whole deal about Darla and the death of a fish including a horrible photo of a downward floating dead friend of theirs that just doesnt match up with the rest of the movie.

Finding Nemo   8/25/15
by Gideon58
We then watch Marlin try to find his son with the help of an emotionally crippled fish named Dory (voiced by EllenDeGeneres) while it is also revealed that Nemo is going to be a gift to the dentist's neice, a little girl named Darla who accidentally kills fish.

Finding Nemo   2/26/11
by MovieMad16
So, while Marlin ventures off to try to retrieve Nemo, Marlin meets a fish named Dory, a blue tang suffering from short-term memory loss.


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