Finding Nemo is an Academy award-winning computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released to theaters by Walt Disney Pictures and Buena Vista Distribution. It was released in the United States/Canada on May 30, 2003, in Australia on August 27, 2003 and in the UK on 10 October 2003. The movie is the fifth Disney/Pixar feature film and the first to be released during the summer season(Taken from wikipedia.org) The movie was released on a 2-disc DVD on November 4, 2003 in the United States and Canada, in Australia on January 16, 2004, and the UK on February 27, 2004. It went on to become the best selling DVD of all time, with 28 million copies sold. In 2005, Time magazine listed it as one of the top 100 films ever made. (Taken from wikipedia.org) Film story
Finding Nemo is a fantastic movie, full of memorable characters, fast-paced action and a cinematic wonder. Unlike many of the "family" films we've been getting, it doesn't take the easy way out with over the top silly jokes. Writer and director Andrew Stanton also did Monster's Inc and A Bug's Life. These two films only go on for 100 minutes but it’s just short enough to keep the kids watching it without falling asleep. Finding Nemo strongly makes itself a family film, rather than the usually awful films you take the family to. Through a horrible event, Nemo (Alexander Gould) loses his mum and 499 of his siblings leaving only his father Marlin (Albert Brooks), a worrying clown fish, who over-protects his son from the many dangers hidden in the Great Barrier Reef. In an act of revolution, Nemo swims past the reef's "drop off," where he's caught by a scuba-diving dentist, who puts Nemo inside a fish aquarium. Although Marlin knows nothing about his son's doom, he is strong-minded to find him, no matter how rough the waters ahead may be. The nervous clown fish starts on the journey of a lifetime, in hope of rescuing his child. In a stroke of luck when Marlin meets up with a blue tang...
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