The most curious thing about Finding Dory, the new film from Pixar and the sequel to Finding Nemo, is how long it took to arrive.
Finding Dory is the most inevitable movie to hit theaters since Martin Scorsese made a Rolling Stones rockumentary. The setting’s the same as Nemo—a richly imagined ocean populated by sea creatures whose speaking dialects are as distinct as their species—while the narrative shifts to Dory, Nemo’s sidekick, an amnesiac blue tang who suffers from “short-term meh-memory loss,” as she puts it.
Finding Dory is a movie about being lost in a world that’s bigger than you can fathom, but — more importantly — it’s a movie that invites people to share in what that feels like. The ocean is a vast and terrifying place, indifferent to the silly creatures who swim through it. But there are things out there in the deep that love you, things that can make the ocean feel a whole lot smaller, things that can make it feel like home.
Release Date: 17 June 2016
Country: United States of America (USA)
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family
Running Time: 97 minutes
Director: Andrew Stanton, Angus MacLane (co-director)
Official Sites: Official Site
Stars / Cast: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill
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