Finding Nemo

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Finding Nemo

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The ‘Toy Story’ films may have made Pixar’s name – and a boatload of cash – but it was ‘Finding Nemo’ that really proved how far audiences worldwide were willing to trust their output. Here was a film with no recognisable story elements, no big star voices, no cute toys: and yet it quickly became Pixar’s banner film, the second biggest box office hit of 2003, and the biggest selling DVD of all time. The film isn’t quite as note-perfect as some of the studio’s later work – Albert Brooks’s worried Dad Marlon can grate, and the oh-so-soppy ending feels a little flat. But the big scenes are thrilling.

By: Tom Huddleston


Release details

Release date: Friday May 30 2003
Duration: 104 mins

Cast and crew

Director: Andrew Stanton
Screenwriter: David Reynolds, Bob Peterson, Andrew Stanton
Cast: Allison Janney
Austin Pendleton
Albert Brooks
Alexander Gould
Andrew Stanton
Willem Dafoe
Ellen DeGeneres
Brad Garrett
Barry Humphries
Geoffrey Rush
Elizabeth Perkins

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I arrived in London last month and, to improve my English, I`m studying - of course! Besides, I`m watching films without subtitles and guess it... I watched Nemo last week!! I do love this film! It transmits an excelente example for children and even adults!