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Finding Nemo

USA 2003
produced by
Graham Walters, John Lasseter (executive) for Pixar, Walt Disney Productions
directed by Andrew Stanton
starring the voices of Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould, Willem Dafoe, Brad Garrett, Allison Janney, Austin Pendleton, Stephen Root, Vicky Lewis
story by Andrew Stanton, screenplay by Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson, David Reynolds, music by Thomas Newman

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review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Clownfish Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) loses his wife and fish eggs to sharks, all but little Nemo (Alexander Gould), who therefore becomes the center of his life - but the ordeal has also made him a paranoid and over-protective dad ... which causes Nemo to rebel at the first opportunity - which in turn gets him captured by a diver, and he ends up in a dentist's aquarium with a bunch of other psychotic fish - who have spent all the time in their aquarium planning a prison break.

In order to save his son, Marlin overcomes his fears and paranoia and sets out to Sydney, where Nemo was taken, soon to be accompanied by Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), an over-optimistic fish with short term memory loss who trusts Marlin implicitly - even though half the time she has no idea who he is. Together, the two face many dangers of the sea, from sharks to jelly fish, and against all odds make it to the dentist's office where Nemo is kept, and when Nemo manages to escape through the sewers, nothing can prevent a happy end.

 

Finding Nemo is ... actually a pretty good film and one of the best Pixar/Disney collaboration because its makers have understood that making a family movie doesn't mean you have to dumb it down for kids (which is usually not necessary anyways) or fill up its story with streamlined characters only (apart from the rather pale Nemo, everyone in the cast of characters seems to have some psychological defect) or feelgood scenes (there aren't any apart from the a-bit-too-happy ending). Instead a rather simplistic story is fattened up by interesting and fleshed-out characters, poignant dialogue that seems to work for all ages, and beautiful set designs and animation that don't try to sell you toys at any price.

Pretty entertaining, actually.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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