Back in 2003, when Finding Nemo hit the big screen, Pixar had a track record of only four prior feature films! Having covered such topics as living toys, the day in the life of a bug, and blue-collar trials and tribulations of the average working monster, Finding Nemo represented a departure from land-based set computer wizardry to oceanic exploits of the grandest scale. Finding Nemo takes its viewers along on the offbeat voyage of an overprotective clownfish father, Marlin (Albert … more
Down right funny and a little sad but the movie was a hit I do not care who hated it because the people who hated it have no humor what so ever and should be forced to watch it over and over again until they find it some what funny. It might be harsh but some times people need a push. So how did every one else find the movie and rated it or even better if you did not like it then say why. But if you say it was to childish then get the point it is a kid movie. I want to tell every one if you do not … more
Pros: Great Graphics and laughs Cons: Some scenes may be to scary for younger viewers The Bottom Line: A true family classic that is easily the best work at Pixar. The technical magicians at Pixar are back with the new animated film Finding Nemo that tells the story of a loving but overprotective Clownfish named Marlin (Albert Brooks), as he ventures out into the deep ocean to save his son Nemo (Alexander Gould), who … more
Finding Nemo is a 2003 American computer-animated film written by Andrew Stanton, directed by Stanton and Lee Unkrich and produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures. It tells the story of the overly protective clownfish Marlin, voiced by Albert Brooks, who along with a regal tang called Dory, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, searches for his son Nemo, voiced by Alexander Gould. Along the way he learns to take risks and that his son is capable of taking care of himself.
The film received overwhelmingly positive reviews and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. It was a financial blockbuster as it grossed over $864 million worldwide. It is the best-selling DVD of all time, with over 40 million copies sold as of 2006and is the highest grossing G-rated movie of all time. In 2008, the American Film Institute named it the tenth greatest animated film ever made during their 10 Top 10. It was also the first Pixar animations studio film not to be released in November.