Finding Dory (2016)
Critic Consensus: Funny, poignant, and thought-provoking, Finding Dory delivers a beautifully animated adventure that adds another entertaining chapter to its predecessor's classic story.
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as Mr. Ray
as Husband Fish (Stan)
as Wife Fish
as Young Dory
as as Herself
as Passenger Girl
as Tween Dory
as Husband Crab (Bill)
as Sunfish "Charlie Back and Forth"
as Deb (& Flo)
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Critic Reviews for Finding Dory
While not as visually dazzling as its predecessor, the film is still colorful and immersive; the script, while predictable, puts an engaging spin on the issues of home and identity.
It's gorgeous. It's lively. It's got terrific performances from a strong voice cast. It's emotionally affecting without being heavy-handed.
Dory's visual palette is such a joy to look at, drawing on the deep blues and greens of the underwater expanse and ocean-dwelling algae.
Finding Dory is enjoyable in its own right, even if its powerful sense of déjà vu keeps it from approaching the pinnacle of the Disney/Pixar collaborations.
There are some rollicky moments in Finding Dory... [But] the inventiveness of the animation is not matched by the frayed workmanship of the story line.
Audience Reviews for Finding Dory
A funny and heartwarming sequel, is it as good as the original, no, not in my opinion! But still very much worth the watch!
The familiar voice talents help to fully emerge kiddies of all ages into this cutesy search for lost family, wherever they might be. Not top drawer Pixar but still better than many live action efforts by far.
This average sequel came only thirteen years too late, and it does lack a bit in terms of originality (especially since we are talking about Pixar), but at least it is entertaining and visually fantastic like what we have come to expect from the studio in terms of first-rate animation.
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