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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.
Dammit! I had all of my beloved Fly By Night owls as my background, and their blinking eyes were hypnotizing the masses into listening to Rush, just as I had planned. HOWEVER, I can't figure out how to get the color scheme right so I can see all the text, and the more I fidgeted with colors, the more frustrating it became. Now I'm back to this lameass, boring background! I'll figure it out, but any help is appreciated.

I finally watched Finding Nemo last night with my daughter, and we both loved it! Those people at Pixar studios are amazing, because not only is the animation extraordinary, but the story was completely engrossing. Excellent show!
Last night I bought Finding Nemo! Even though I'd seen it 3 times already, I watched it again. And it is adorable! I love it...It's pulled a Monsters, Inc on me with the AW! factor. Dory was my favourite character, Ellen Degeneres pulls her off amazingly.
I might not watch it again for a while, because I'm starting to get sick of watching it so many times.

It has now become my 2nd favourite Pixar film. It's beautifully done, but the extras on the DVD aren't really that great. There is a nice featurette, but not much else....the virtual fishtank's like a screensaver for your TV basically.

But, in any case: 9/10 :fresh:
Alright, now what the heck is this? I really should have read the FAQ, but this site loads so slowly!
My name can now be found on a new site on the internet! Yippee!
Finding Nemo is the best American Animation since the Lion King. A deeply moving story with amazing, amazing animation! Great voices and writing included.


A friend just took advantage of Blockbuster's (grrrrr) new deal where if you buy a certain DVD (Finding Nemo now, and Pirates of the Carribbean soon), then you get like 7 free rentals. Anyway, he brought the DVD over to a friends apartment and we crowded about six people in the living room to watch it.

Geez, this was even better than I remembered. The animation is just jaw-dropping. This may be one of the most colorful and beautiful animated films I've ever seen. It may even edge out the none-too-ugly Spirited Away. I think FN got some bad flack because it wasn't Pixar's VERY best. Shamefully, people are probably going to keep expecting Jesus Christ himself to materialize out of Pixar's films. It ain't gonna happen. Well, maybe in The Incredibles, but I digress.

Nemo is a complete triumph. This may be the new owner of the record for "Best Use of Voice Talent in a Pixar Film." All across the board, the voicework is sterling. Not a bad one in the lot. Once again, Pixar cuts to the heart of what may appear to be a remarkably (even tediously?) simply story. However, therein lies the brilliance of Pixar. Using subtlety almost never seen in a children's film, Pixar continues to deliver rollicking and touching stories that miraculously appeal to both children and the adults that generally accompany them. Children will love the wild, raucous (but not insipid) humor and the funny, soaring stories. Adults can slice open the endless layers of quality filmmaking, of any level: abundant heart, beautiful visions, honorable life-lessons, and above all, the lack of sappy, hokum-driven, doe-eyed drivel that a certain company has been putting out for years (when it's not being saved by Pixar).

People have complained that the story is too "simplistic" for a Pixar film, and therefore not as worthy as, say, the Toy Stories, or Monster's, Inc. Well, the former was about "children's playthings" and the latter was about "monsters in the closet." By the same logic, carried to its vapid conclusion, The Lion King is about a pride of lions surviving in the animal world. You could spin the story in any fashion you would care to, but the fact remains that Nemo is unlike any other Pixar-pic to date. It's approach is more low-key and delicate than perhaps any of their previous films. The best stories have applications beyond the surface level and Nemofulfills this in spades. And why not? The story is really about the adults stuck in their situation. The subplot with Nemo's tank adventures is a clever, entertaining, Stalag-17-esque joyride, but it clearly takes a backseat to the more prominent and pointed meaning of Marlin and Dory's search. These are adults, prominently leading a children's story. These are two adults working out their problems with each other and the world.

The film moved by to near tears twice now. It may be the most heart-rending-for-adults kids movie ever. And yet . . . and yet kids will still sit and watch the film unfold, thanks to the trademark Pixar wit and wisdom. They don't even have to be told to identify with the characters just because they are not children. It is automatic, and the effortless creativity and depth of imagination in the Pixar-crew still staggers me. We may be looking at a kind of renaissance in children's cinema.

Eye-popping, jaw-dropping animation and color, a remarkably subtle and funny script, honest, wounding voicework, and a timeless story make for another Pixar masterwork.


Hmm what to write ... still trying to figure out this new journal thing, hopefully I'll get the hang of it soon

Anyway, finally saw Finding Nemo a couple days ago. It is so beautiful to look at! The story is very nice too, very cute. I love Dory, she's the coolest :cool: And Dude, the surfer turtles are totally awesome :D

Oh yeah, also saw the new Troy trailer online, boy does it give me the chills!! The scene where the camera pulls back to reveal the thousand ships ... wow, just makes me shiver with excitement. And Orlando ain't half bad either ;)

Thanks to Elf Lady for the screencaps. I think I'll just leave it at that for now :D
hey everyone! the title of this entry probably sounds kinda weird but it does make sense. this weekend me and two of my friends all got our wisdom teeth out so we decided to have a soft food party and watch movies all night. we watched finding nemo....that's a scary movie! lol it was actually really good though i enjoyed it! also...the exocist. everyone says its scary..its more gross than scary but its still very good! i recommend seeing it
It's one of the best animated films I've ever seen, especially from Pixar, very very entertaining, I recomend everyone to check this movie out if you haven't seen it, I don't care if you think you are too old for cartoons
I had a dream last night that I was at a 3-D underwater awards ceremony. Everyone had snorkels, which somehow helped them breathe even though the water was very deep and we were sitting in chairs on the bottom of the sea. The awards had holographic fish, in the style of Finding Nemo, in honour of that movie. At one point, Johnny Depp was presenting, and I swam up to the surface to see him, and when I got back down after he was done, someone had taken all my stuff in my bag and replaced it with maple leaves. In a huff, I swam back to the surface to see the next presenter (Orlando Bloom ;)), and he pointed at me and asked what I was doing there. When I said that I'd figured out where the projections were coming from, he told me that I won some luggage. It was a luggage set in dark green, decorated with the leaf emblem of Lothlorien. Then Simple Plan played "I'm Just a Kid" and I woke up.

I should probably do my homework.
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