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 Finding Nemo Review

Posted on 12 / 08 / 2004

I thought I had grown out of this type of film, so was not particularly bothered about watching it with the kids. But I did and I'm glad I did. Seventy-one percent of the earth is covered in water. 3.7 trillion fish live in that water. As our story opens, On the way to his first day at school a little clown fish called Nemo is taken from the ocean by a scuba diver. He is placed in an aquarium in a dentist's office with lots of other fish. Marlin his over-protective father, sets out to find him. Along the way he makes friends with Dory, an absent minded Blue Tang fish and together they risk their lives in search of Nemo. From surfer-dude turtles to Hitchcockian seagulls, there's plenty of jokes only older ticket-holders will get. A delightful undersea world unfolds in Pixar's animated adventure Finding Nemo.

Tony Smith

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