2003, Kids and family/Comedy, 1h 40m268 Reviews 250,000+ Ratings
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Breathtakingly lovely and grounded by the stellar efforts of a well-chosen cast, Finding Nemo adds another beautifully crafted gem to Pixar's crown. Read critic reviews
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Critic Reviews for Finding Nemo
Most of all, Finding Nemo is a touching tale which reassures you that even though things may look bleak, it will all turn out well in the end.January 4, 2019 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
Finding Nemo offers as much in terms of thrills, frights, humour and psychological insight as it does in pure technical skill, proving that a movie can be art without being an "art" movie.January 11, 2018 | Full Review…
A splendid eco-friendly comedy set in the Great Barrier Reef.
The animation in Finding Nemo is quite breathtaking and this movie, created by Pixar, the same outfit that made Toy Story, looks like The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau.
The tropical pleasure is a beautifully imagined adventure that beguiles children and tickles adults.
Finding Nemo is distributed by Disney, and it has what the most heartfelt Disney animated features used to have: rapturous imagery matched with real wit.
Audience Reviews for Finding Nemo
Apr 30, 2020This is really where Pixar perfected what would become the "Pixar formula", and years later it holds up shockingly well. It's a simple story, almost like the Odyssey in reverse, but the characters are all so good and the emotions are all so solid it just stands up. You get a lead who's believably troubled but still likable, one of the best sidekicks in movie history, and a quest you can believe in with a consistently entertaining slew of obstacles that never go on long enough to get boring or stay so short you wish you had more. It's practically perfect. If I have any criticisms it's that the segment with the sharks goes on a bit too long and doesn't really matter in the end, but I'm really stretching their because it's still a good segment that everyone remembers. Other than that, I really can't criticize this movie.Michael M Super Reviewer
Jun 19, 2016Instantly memorable and animation that still looks gorgeous to this day, Finding Nemo is arguably a masterpiece of animation - it's story compelling, it's characters iconic and it's both equally hilarious and touching, making even the coldest hearted person cry. Simply stellar.Matthew M Super Reviewer
Jun 16, 2016I have nothing but admiration when it comes to this movie. "Finding Nemo" was one of my personal favorites while growing up and it certainly stills holds up to this day. When we look at it today, it's still a wonderful tale about a dad who is trying to find his son who has been kidnapped. The cast is amazing. Albert Brooks gives a very personal performance; probably the best in his career. Alexander Gould is incredibly surprising and is probably one of the best child actors out there. Willem Dafoe's character is very mysterious and that totally helps when it comes to his development and his story. But the memorable performance is without a doubt Ellen DeGeneres and her incredibly lovable character of Dory. She is incredible and the fact that she is the main character in the sequel is probably the best that could possibly happen when it comes to trying to keep up with the original. This is not just a great animated movie, but is one of the best movies ever made.Lasse G Super Reviewer
Mar 09, 2016Finding Nemo is beautiful, emotional and a great time! Easily one of the best animated films!Mr N Super Reviewer
Finding Nemo Quotes
|Marlin:||How old are you?|
|Crush:||A hundred and fifty, dude!|
|Dory:||Excuse me? Whoo hoo! Little fella? Hello! Don't be rude. Say hi.|
|Dory:||His son Bingo...|
|Dory:||His son Bingo.|