DVD & Blu-ray review: Finding Nemo 3D (U)
Andrew Stanton, Lee Unrich DVD/Blu-ray (101mins)
Friday 31 May 2013
Pixar's underwater tale, even after multiple viewings, is still a visual delight: the animation is exquisite, the script crisp (“Fish are friends, not food”) and it remains a poignant examination of “letting go” of your children.
An over-protective clown fish (Albert Brooks) loses his only son (all his other babies, along with his wife are gobbled up by a shark) to a scuba diver, so he goes on a perilous odyssey, with forgetful Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), to recapture his offspring. Beautiful.
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