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Movie Review: ‘Finding Dory’1 min read

28 June 2016 < 1 min read


Movie Review: ‘Finding Dory’1 min read

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Who would have thought that animated fishes could be that important. How important? Just ask any three-year-old who Nemo is. When “˜Finding Nemo’ swam into theatres in 2003, the epic story of an overprotective clownfish searching for his abducted son took us on a plunge into an immersive underwater world with a heart-warming story about family.

The movie became the highest grossing G-rated film of all time, before Pixar’s own “˜Toy Story 3′ surpassed it in 2010. In 2008, the American Film Institute named it the 10th best animated film of all time; not to mention its numerous awards. With 2016 being the year of sequels, a follow-up is a no-brainer. It’s a tough sell, but “˜Finding Dory’ manages to do what some other sequels can’t: craft a hyperactive movie with an endearing new story that still feels familiar.

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via: InSing

Image and Video Credit: Walt Disney Studios Singapore

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