CAST & CREW
Finally, a new addition to the series of Finding Nemo. This time Directors ( Andrew Stanton, Angus MacLane) are up with a brilliant cast of ELLEN DeGeneres (Dory), Albert Brooks, TY Belle, Diane Keaton and Idris Elba. The story revolves around the amnesiac fish Dory, and her attempts to reach her parents.
Plot: Dory is a blue tang fish with wide eyes who suffers from partial memory loss. The only one thing that she =remembers is that she somehow got separated from her parents when she was a baby. With the help ofher friends (Nemo and Marlin), Dory begins an adventurous journey to find her lost family. The Inclusion of these wonderful friends makes the story all the more "unforgettable" just like the very popular theme song of this movie.
Dory comes to a conclusion that she was born in the Institute's Open Ocean exhibit. She enlists the help of her childhood friend Destiny, a near-sighted fish and Bailey and a beluga whale. After reaching her old home, Dory learns that the blue tangs are receiving the exhibit in Cleveland and have gone to Quarantine. So here she heads towards Quarantine.
Analysis: A worth watching story plus amazing cast plus brilliant direction plus applauding screenplay which finally makes this movie a must watch. This part of Finding Nemo has been extraordinarily executed, and the standards of this series are quite high. Fans waiting for the next part, for sure won't be disappointed.
Star Performance: Ellen, no doubt was the perfect choice for such a challenging role like Dory, the expressions, the demand of character was very well taken up by her. The remaining star cast for roles of Nemo and Marlin were also remarkable. “A friend in need" role is always a tough one to do, but these artists left no flaws! A very well cinematography as was expected from Andrew Stanton, Victoria Strouse.
1. If Finding Dory lacks the surprise of Finding Nemo, it still brims with humor, and animation miracles.
What's not there?
1. Finding Dory dives into the deep end but fails in trying to capture that old Pixar magic.
Verdict: The friendly blue tang fish begins a search for her long-lost parents, and everyone learns a few things about the real meaning of family along the way which makes it a must watch.
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