FINDING DORY – Rated PG
Starring the voices of ELLEN DEGENERES, ALBERT BROOKS, ED O’NEILL, HAYDEN ROLENCE, TY BURRELL, IDRIS ELBA, DIANE KEATON and EUGENE LEVY
As we finally get to view the long awaited sequel to 2003’s FINDING NEMO, we pick up where we left off as good friends Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), Marlin (Albert Brooks) and Nemo (Hayden Rolence) are happily hanging in their little part of the ocean…
When Dory begins to remember things from her past as a little fish, it seems that her REAL FAMILY might just be out there, somewhere…
Bound and determined to make her way across the ocean to find the Mom and Dad she longs to be with, Dory, Marlin and Nemo set out on another adventure, only this time Dory is calling the shots, even with all of her issues with short- term memory loss…
I give FINDING DORY a rating of MUST SEE ON THE BIG SCREEN! – This film is ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS from beginning to end!!! From DeGeneres’ perfect voicing of our favorite and very forgetful Blue Tang Fish – to Brooks and Rolence reprising the roles of the BEST CLOWN FISHES EVER…to my new favorite creature from the deep – HANK THE OCTOPUS – voiced by O’Neill, this film is fantastic fun that the whole family will enjoy throughout each and every frame! Even the storyline this time around is PERFECT – as it doesn’t even have the usual scary or sad scene we have come to know from DISNEY!! PIXAR managed to make this one a REALLY FEEL GOOD FILM from beginning to end. I enjoyed FINDING DORY so much, that I am even questioning if I might not think one more than the original – and that doesn’t usually happen to often for me. So, your wait is finally over ~ Now go rally up your troops, stay out of the heat, and head out to a viewing of FINDING DORY at a theater near you – as it’s such a MUST SEE FOR ME, I’ll be heading back to catch it again this weekend too, so I can watch for all the things I might have missed the first time around, just in case…;)
I loved, loved this sequel, all my favorite colorful characters were back, loved to see that Squirt was back. I loved how it was all about family, and the friends that became family. It was a GREAT FEEL GOOD movie, I left with a smile on my face,and a good feeling in my heart. It was great to see a movie with no violence or sad things happening. Cannot wait to see it again and take my 2 year old great niece.