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Finding Nemo 2003

After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney, a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to bring him home...

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I can see why this is a beloved movie. It has stunning animation, heart, and an incredible voice cast.
Yay, more ELLEN! ;D
never get's old

Aww.. never get tired of these Good Disney Movies :)

Words cannot describe the hilarity of this movie! It's extra superduper fabulous!! I was laughing so hard I was nearly crying, and I felt all stupid because there were only 2 other couples in the theater and I was laughing really loud. Ellen Degeneres has got to be the most fabulous voice actress in the world.. although it helped that she got to voice one of the best animated characters ever written. So yeah, I HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend this movie. Although my mom probably wouldn't like it because it's too "Planes Trains and Automobiles" for her. But anyone who isn't my mom will love it!
Well, Daron has finally lost his beard, just when I was starting to get used to it, as well. Things were weird there for a while... but things are starting to get back to normal now.

I'm not sure whether I should be glad or not, in some ways its worse because he kind of looks like the Daron we used to know but not quite because of the long hair.

Hmmm... Do I have anything to add, that doesn't envolve Daron... let me think... erm... I'm getting REALLY excited about ROTK now, OMG I can't believe its this close... I just wish I could buy my ticket.

Welll now that I've bored anyone who has bothered to read this to death, I'll go.
Oh, what a hellish school year this has been! Whatever happened to the fun and joy that was supposed to accompany your senior year in high school? I don't think I'd need more than one hand to count the number of good days I've had this year. I'm constantly bombarded with homework, projects, exams, and readings. My second semester promises to be much better, but getting there is the trick.

Anyway...enough of my griping. Today marks the DVD/video release of what I believe to be the best film of 2003 (so far), Finding Nemo. Here are my comments on this delightful family film...

Finding Nemo (2003)

Rated G

Starring Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, and Alexander Gould

Written by Andrew Stanton

Directed by Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich

A young clown fish named Nemo (Gould) is stolen taken his underwater home by a diver. His timid father (Brooks) with the help of a forgetful fish named Dory (DeGeneres) scour the ocean in hopes of finding him.

Like the rest of Pixar's films, Finding Nemo includes a healthy dose of wit, humor, and heart. While not as memorable or innovative as the Toy Story films, Finding Nemo is a movie of great visual splendor and strong, likeable characters. The touching story, about determination and friendship, is brought to life by well-cast voice actors; the highlight of which is Ellen DeGeneres as Dory. Pixar has outdone themselves yet again, in terms of visuals and animation. The ocean and all its inhabitants are beautifully brought to life via vibrant colors and rich textures. Finding Nemo stands alongside Shrek as some of the most beautiful computer animation ever committed to celluloid.
Wow...I can't believe how incredible Finding Nemo was. The animation was spectacular, and I loved the voicework. I had no idea that Willem Dafoe and Eric Bana were in it.
I simply adored the characters, and about 3 or 4 times I found myself crying.
There was a very personal connection, as well, since my sister was born with Poland syndrome, so her right hand is about half the size of her left (like Nemo's fins).

Here's another stupid list I put together of the best movie cars. I didn't get booed this time around so, either I'm getting better at this or less assholes are reading my threads.

I Found Nemo

After fasting for oh, 30 minutes, doodling unending spirals on my wall (I think it might help it move), and humming to my favorite song "Achy Breaky Heart" 3 times in succession, I concluded that knives, while fun, can be dangerous if used improperly. That was just after my "Smoking while pregnant may cause birth defects" revelation, which just came to me while analyzing my leftover stale bagels. I should write this stuff down more often.

My amazing sleuthing powers also sleuthed out that sleuthing is for quitters. So I'm taking up inconspicuousing instead. But only after I finish creating a mini-tuxedo outfit for my new partner-in-crime, Tubbles the Stuffed Gazelle. He's a no-nonsense type of cop, with no-nonsense tactics. That should clash perfectly with Bogart's & Kamikaze's nonsense-coated "rationalists" propaganda. I see their ploy of non-no-nonsensibility. And so does Tubbs (he's a Miami Vice fan). But they won't see our no-nonsense inconspicuousing coming. Not if we come from the opposite direction, anyway.

Meanwhile, Larry's still AWOL. I couldn't find any listings for "Larry the Lady" in the phone book. And Internet searches only return weird fetish sites (which I have since bookmarked). Blast! I'll get around to inconspicuousing in HER direction once I've solved the Case of the Looted Pajama Plunder, and that other one...with the dead grandma...and stuff.

Tubbs says Hi.
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