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Finding Nemo 2003 Subtitles

In the depths of the Great Barrier Reef, Marlin, an overly protective clownfish, embarks on a daring rescue mission when his beloved son, Nemo, get scooped up by a diver. With his unforgettable friend Dory by his side, Marlin encounters an ocean full of memorable comedic character on his momentous journey - to find Nemo!

Starring:
Alison Janney, Stephen Root
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Genres Children & Family, Animated
Director Lee Unkrich, Andrew Stanton
Starring Alison Janney, Stephen Root
Supporting actors Brad Garrett, Austin Pendleton, Ellen Degeneres, Alison Jan, Alexander Gould, Albert Brooks, Willem Dafoe
Studio Disney
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I am a big fan of this movie, and in 3d is so different.
Even my husband has took the time to sit down and watch it.
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By A Customer on 13 Jan. 2004
Format: DVD
The premise of Finding Nemo is, like many good stories, quite simple: an over-protective, worrying father searching for his prodigal son. In this case, the father happens to be a fish, a clown fish to be precise. As voiced by Albert Brooks, Marlin the clown fish is both a sad and sympathetic figure.
When his son, Nemo, is snatched by a scuba diver, Marlin ventures off into the great unknown to rescue him. Along the way he is joined by a blue tang named Dory. While trying to be helpful, Dory is seriously impeded by her lack of short term memory (we’re talking Memento for the under 10s here).
Together, this unlikely duo brave the perils of the open sea, including sharks, whales and jellyfish. On the verge of despair, Marlin and Dory are picked up by some sea turtles led by Crush, the quintessential surf dude, who points them in the right direction. Through these adventures, Marlin learns a parent’s hardest lesson: how to let go of your kids and let them grow up.
Finding Nemo has a great deal of heart and is told with much humour. Thankfully, the filmmakers show some respect for their audience, both kids and adults, treating us with a measure of intelligence rarely found in Hollywood ‘family’ fare. All of which makes for a very satisfying movie. This is one you’ll watch again and again. Years from now, you’ll put it on for the grandkids and still realize how good it is; a timeless classic.
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Well, to criticise a kids' animated film for not being accessible to a 32 year old is simply bonkers! The film does transcend age but it really needs to be watched with children to do this. It is a touching and memorable movie, with great characters, a straightforward but imaginitive storyline, and a decent number of laughs and scares along the way. That is exactly what this kind of film should be and I can't rate it highly enough.

This 2 Disc Collector's Edition is somewhat unnecessary in my eyes, but like any business, Disney Pixar aren't averse to milking the old cash cow until every drop has gone. However, this is actually pretty impressive and contains:

Visual Commentary, Including Deleted Scenes
The Art Of Nemo Narrated By The Artists
Turn Your TV Into A Virtual Aquarium With Scenes From The Movie
Exploring The Reef With Jean-Michel Cousteau And All Your Nemo Friends
THX-Certified, Including THX Optimizer
Audio: English, French and Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX
Making Nemo Documentary
Learning Fun With Mr. Ray's Encyclopedia
A Behind-The-Scenes Studio Tour
Contains Both Full Frame (1.33:1) and Widescreen (1.78:1) Versions
Pixar Animation Studios Short Film Knick Knack
A Peek At The Next Pixar Animation Studios Film The Incredibles
Fisharades Game
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This review is for anyone wondering whether it is worth getting the 3D Blu-ray version. Maybe you already have it in DVD (or even Blu-ray) and have just bought a 3D TV and wonder if it is good enough to justify the expense. Well all I can say is Yes, yes & yes again! Just watched it myself on my LG 3D TV and was blown away by the quality. To be honest I was prepared for a mediocre 3D effect given it's a post release conversion. But it's amazing, the depth is terrific and scenes like the coral reef, jellyfish swarm and in the tank are on a whole new level. Although there are no 'out of TV' front projections this does not detract from the overall enjoyment. It's been a few years since the last time I watched it in 2D and it was like watching it for the first time!
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Finding Nemo is, quite simply, brilliant. Computer animation has come on in leaps and bounds since the days of Toy Story (1995) and Finding Nemo stunningly attests to this. From the vibrantly coloured and gently undulating coral on the reef, to the murky depths of Sydney harbour, to the clever use of reflection and refraction off the fish tank, this is a film in which the constantly changing scenery is a large part of its attraction. The original and well-judged score enhances the viewer's sense of wonder and their empathy with the characters.
But computer wizardry alone cannot create a great film. Finding Nemo is also blessed with an action-packed story and lots of laughs (largely courtesy of Dory - a well-meaning blue tang fish with short-term memory loss). Nemo is a young clown fish, eager to test his boundaries, who is caught by a diver and taken to an aquarium in Sydney. Whilst there, he makes friends with a motley collection of aquatic creatures who help him plot his escape. Meanwhile, his over-protective father, Marlin, begins a frantic quest to find his son. Along the way he is helped and hindered by three new-age sharks, some bodacious-dude turtles, a whale, and a monstrous angler fish (amongst others).
And yes, the ending may be a little mushy, but after such an epic adventure, the viewer will find the sentimentality relatively easy to stomach. Indeed, the character development is surprisingly deep for a children's movie, and it's a nice change to have not every character being entirely good or bad. Parents in the audience will certainly identify with Marlin's dilemma of wanting to protect his child, and yet coming to realise that the time comes when one has to let go a little.
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