Finding Nemo, as the title somewhat suggests, is the story of a clownfish named Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) who sets out to find his young son (voiced by Alexander Gould) after he's snatched by a diver in Australia's Great Barrier Reef. His adventure will put him in great danger and unknown waters, and contact with all manner of undersea life, including Dory (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres) whose annoyance factor is surpassed only by the similarly computer generated bastard Jar Jar Binks.
Technically speaking, despite its impending 10th anniversary, the film still looks quite amazing. It's also important to note that when the film was originally premiered, back in 2003, the studio had only released Toy Story some seven and a half years earlier and Finding Nemo was only the sixth film to be released from the studio. Its latest Brave is the 13th. In many ways, the Pixar of 2003 was a studio that was still finding its feet. Viewing the film again, I can't say I've changed my mind significantly regarding the film; perhaps the passing of time has made me see a few more positives.
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