Finding Dory


Most everyone has heard of the famous kids movie, “Finding Nemo”and if not then you are considered odd. It’s hard to not like adorable talking fish, now that just make you heart melt. But now there is a sequel, “Finding Dory”.

In “Finding Nemo” it talks mainly on Nemo (Hayden Rolance) and his dad, Marlin (Albert Brooks) but in “Finding Dory” there is a whole new direction which focuses more on Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) and her past life.

As you may know from “Finding Nemo,” Dory suffers from short term memory loss and can’t remember anything from what she ate for breakfast to what her parents names were. But, one day she begins to remember her family as random things gives her clues. Every once in awhile she gets flashbacks to her childhood. Dory is very excited about this and she wants to find her family and be reunited after so many years of not remembering them. Dory, Nemo, and Marlin all embark on a adventure to find Dory’s parents. They visit old friends and make new ones too!

Overall, I think this movie was a fantastic sequel to one of the world’s most popular kids movie. There was very high standards and it met levels! “Finding Dory” was very light-hearted and cute. It was fun to see all those different sides in all those characters that you didn’t see in Finding Nemo. For example you could see how determined Dory was to find her parent, even if it was dangerous. You didn’t get to see that as much in “Finding Nemo” of Dory being so determined.

The animation was beautiful, it was vibrant and very detailed. There was beautiful colors that made the movie come to life. The movie had so many things in background it made it so much fun to watch.

I liked seeing the movie in 3-D, it gave the movie some more depth. Except I think you can get the same experience not seeing it in 3-D too. Rather than some action movies where 3-D gives the movie a lot more, I think with “Finding Dory” can go either way.

I recommend this for all ages because it’s appropriate for younger kids but it’s enjoyable where adults will love it too.