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Finding Dory

HD   PG Closed Captioning AD

Andrew Stanton & Angus MacLane

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About the Movie

Disney•Pixar welcomes back everyone’s favorite forgetful blue tang Dory, who’s living happily in the reef with Nemo and Marlin. When Dory suddenly remembers that she has a family out there who may be looking for her, the trio take off on a life-changing adventure across the ocean to California’s Marine Life Institute. In an effort to find her parents, Dory enlists the help of Hank, a cantankerous octopus; Bailey, a beluga whale who’s convinced his biological sonar skills are on the fritz; and Destiny, a nearsighted whale shark. Navigating the complex inner workings of the MLI, Dory and her friends discover the magic within their flaws, friendships and family.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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94%
  • Reviews Counted: 268
  • Fresh: 252
  • Rotten: 16
  • Average Rating: 7.6/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: Dory's visual palette is such a joy to look at, drawing on the deep blues and greens of the underwater expanse and ocean-dwelling algae. – Zach Schonfeld, Newsweek, Jun 23, 2016

Fresh: While not as visually dazzling as its predecessor, the film is still colorful and immersive; the script, while predictable, puts an engaging spin on the issues of home and identity. – Bruce Diones, New Yorker, Jun 27, 2016

Fresh: It's a solid, entertaining, well-paced sequel featuring terrific voice work, a clever script and some ingenious action sequences. – Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times, Jun 16, 2016

Fresh: Finding Dory is enjoyable in its own right, even if its powerful sense of deja vu keeps it from approaching the pinnacle of the Disney/Pixar collaborations. – James Berardinelli, ReelViews, Jun 22, 2016

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Customer Reviews

Awesome Sequal

Finding Nemo was one of my all time favorite Disney/Pixar movies of all time! But the emotion and action that this movie offered was more than I needed! This movie is definitely recommended to those who set high expectations for this film!

Underwhelming

It was cute. If finding Nemo was 5 stars, then this would be around 3. There were hardly any memorable moments, whereas Finding Nemo was filled with them. That's normally my test of whether a movie is good or not. This sequel will go down as forgettable in my opionion.

A SEA-WORTHY SEQUEL TO A PIXAR CLASSIC!

It's been 13 long years since the release of "Finding Nemo," one of Pixar's most iconic movies and arguably the flick that helped cement the studio's place as the world's top animation juggernaut. While it's no surprise that the film is just as popular and effectively poignant as it was then, few of us could've predicted it'd one day spawn a sequel focusing on its breakout character, Dory. With her ability to talk to whales and constant memory loss, her role in helping single clownfish dad Marlin find his son was as gigantic as her heart. So it only makes sense that she'd be the one to get her chance to shine in the spotlight, and boy, does she ever. With fantastic new characters, an even bigger aquatic setting, and more breathtaking visuals than before, "Finding Dory" definitely proves two times can be a charm.

Taking place a whole year after the events of the first flick, we reunite with Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) as she suddenly remembers her past and how she became separated from her parents as a kid. With the help of Marlin (Albert Brooks) and Nemo (Hayden Rolence), she goes on a whirlwind adventure to find them, eventually bringing her to the Marine Life Institute in northern California, which houses all kinds of sea life (some of which she may already know). Will our favorite blue tang be able to find her long-lost family before it's too late?

Where to start with this beauty of a movie? How about the characters? It's just an incredible delight to be reacquainted with Dory, Nemo and the gang as if they never left, and for the most part, it really does feel like nothing has changed. From Crush and Squirt to even the entire tank crew from the original film, the cameos are as perfectly placed as they are wonderfully welcome. What's more is we get even more complex layers to Dory than before, not just based on her past. Even from the start, emotions run incredibly high, and that sharp, delicate consistency in tone passed down from "Nemo" always feels in balance. And the story, while quite simple by nature, roars with a fresh breath of excitement once it gets going, and every detour our heroes take never once feels dull. As they meet a wild menagerie of creatures ranging from a grumpy old octopus named Hank (Ed O'Neill) to a fun, bubbly whale shark named Destiny (Kaitlin Olson), their escapade just grows bigger by the moment, and yet it hardly loses a narrative step, nor does it forget its important underlying message for young and old alike to take to heart. It also happens to be such a big treat that this animation on display is even more exquisite and cleverly detailed than its predecessor, and it only feels that much stronger when paired with Thomas Newman's brilliant, buoyant score. It's the unification of all these elements and much more that not only bring Dory's story to life, but let it soar well beyond expectation.

"Finding Dory" not only stands as an incredibly faithful continuation to the very film that introduced us to this world and its inhabitants, but also as a thrilling stand-alone tale for one of the most lovable and relatable protagonists Pixar has ever given us. It may not top the untouchable original, but it's still a beautifully crafted film in its own right full of big laughs, crazy surprises, and underwater adventure galore. Trust me when I say that once you see this sensation of a sequel, you won't soon forget it!

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