Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo

Andrew Stanton (2003)

96min
U Certificate
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Review

Our Score
Pixar continued its run of superb computer-generated animated features with this jaw-dropping underwater adventure. It's a rainbow-hued delight, overflowing with innovation and vitality. Australia's Great Barrier Reef provides a stunning starting point for this aquatic fable, as single-parent clownfish Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) sees his beloved only son, Nemo, netted by a scuba diver. From then on, it's a nonstop journey of visual excitement and wonder, as the distraught father sets off to rescue his offspring, encountering a host of colourful characters along the way. As is mandatory for a family film, there are plenty of life lessons for youngsters to learn, but they come agreeably sugar-coated with humour and fun. Meanwhile, a more adult undercurrent offers grown-up laughs, and there's even some old-fashioned tear-jerking to complete the emotional rollercoaster ride. The voice casting is inspired too, with Ellen DeGeneres, Willem Dafoe, Geoffrey Rush and Eric Bana among those contributing supplementary texture to a marvellous sensory experience.

Summary

Clownfish Nemo becomes separated from his friends on the Great Barrier Reef - but the thrill of being able to swim freely and away from his overprotective father turns to horror when he is netted by a diver. His distraught dad sets out on a mission to find him, while the youngster finds himself in a dentist's tropical tank. Pixar animated adventure, with the voices of Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould, Willem Dafoe, Barry Humphries and Geoffrey Rush.

Cast & Crew

Marlin Albert Brooks
Dory Ellen DeGeneres
Nemo Alexander Gould
Gill Willem Dafoe
Nigel Geoffrey Rush
Bruce Barry Humphries
Gurgle Austin Pendleton
Fish school voice John Ratzenberger
Peach Allison Janney
Bubbles Stephen Root
Jacques Joe Ranft
Bloat Brad Garrett
Deb / Flo Vicki Lewis
Anchor Eric Bana
Chum Bruce Spence
Crush Andrew Stanton
Coral Elizabeth Perkins
Squirt Nicholas Bird
Mr Ray Bob Peterson
Sheldon Erik Per Sullivan
Director Andrew Stanton
Co-Director Lee Unkrich
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourTheatrical distributor: Walt DisneyAvailable on: video, DVD and Blu-rayReleased on: 29 Mar 2013
Drama Children's