Finding Nemo

After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney, a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to bring him home.



Finding Nemo movie review(2012)


Nothing has changed; it’s the same “Finding Nemo” that graced screens in 2003. This 2012 version offers no new scenes or omissions. But curiously, the familiar seems freshly captivating, courtesy of the show-stealing 3D effect. The Great Barrier Reef, a familiar sight, now appears opulent and untouched, thanks to the vibrant and dynamic 3D effects. “Finding Nemo” (2012) leverages its vibrant and lively 3D effects to enhance every frame.

The storyline remains unaltered, delivering a lesson in friendship, resonating with tweens, teens, and adults—the sea creatures label it “tankhood.” Life’s boundless possibilities are championed once more. However, it’s the narrative’s unexpected facet that clinched it the 2012 Academy Award for Best Animation. Here, it’s not the mother, but the father, who takes the heroic role. Guided by his instincts, he grapples with the belief that his son, Nemo, is capable of achieving anything. Nemo’s perspective revolves around the life lesson of “my-daddy-strongest.”


For newcomers, there’s ample to absorb, while those revisiting will find new layers. As you delve beneath the wondrous aquatic beauty, you’ll traverse a 3D realm teeming with Clownfish, Regal Tang, Oysters, Sharks, Whales, Sea Monsters, and an array of captivating marine life. The narrative also unearths the sinister human inclination to capture beauty.

If you’re yet to encounter “Finding Nemo” in 3D, seize the opportunity. For those acquainted, a second viewing in 3D unveils fresh nuances.

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Country: USA

Director: Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich

Writter: Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson, David Reynolds

Actors: Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould

Duration: 1h 40m