I really liked the idea of a widowed clownfish Marlin, taking on the courageous quest of finding his one and only son Nemo. It was a really heartwarming tale, and I loved the addition of Dory too. Ellen Degeneres is perfect for voicing this lovable although absent minded regal blue tang.
The shark's motto "fish are friends not food" still has me in fits of laughter, and I thought the script and the entire execution of the movie was excellent.
I look forward to the sequel Finding Dory in June 2016 too.
Anyhow, please discuss this movie in this thread, and have fun!
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Finding Nemo is awesome. My favorite character is definitely Dory, she's so funny and sweet.
The animation of the underwater life was beautiful.
Apart from Dory's funny moments, one of my favorite comedy gags was the scene the fish attack Darla, and the people in the dentist's waiting room think the dentist is torturing her. I also loved the running gag with the seagulls who go "Mine! Mine! Mine!" every time they see a fish. Absolutely hilarious.