Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
There are 3.7 trillion fish in the ocean, they're looking for one.
A tale which follows the comedic and eventful journeys of two fish, the fretful Marlin and his young son Nemo, who are separated from each other in the Great Barrier Reef when Nemo is unexpectedly taken from his home and thrust into a fish tank in a dentist's office overlooking Sydney Harbor. Buoyed by the companionship of a friendly but forgetful fish named Dory, the overly cautious Marlin embarks on a dangerous trek and finds himself the unlikely hero of an epic journey to rescue his son.
So this basically was remade into Taken, right?
Dear Pixar people,
.......I love you.....
Hugs and kisses,
(Dirk is my dad. He made me watch this.)
If parenthood is this terrifying, then I'll just stick to being someone else's child forever, thanks.
Eh, I probably won't stand by that. I'm too eager to show my future children this film one day and watch their reactions to every moment I loved, every part that scared the kid in me, every hilarious dialogue.
Long live Pixar.
«With fronds like these, who needs anemones?»
What a way to kick off the new year!
My New Year's Resolution is to watch better films, and so far I'm certainly hanging in there. As you probably may have understood, this is one of my absolute favorite films. This is a masterpiece and shows an Animation studio at its peak, both creatively and technically. The attention to detail is almost unparalleled. I'm no marine expert, I'll just have to take other people's word for it - everything in the film's ecosystem is projected with perfect accuracy. I understand that marine biologists were quite astonished and impressed by this when the film came out, in what one traditionally would perceive as a…
"Fish are friends, not food."
What a fantastic film. By this point in time you can walk up to anyone and ask if they have seen Finding Nemo, and everyone would say yes. You just get so into this film that it couldn't possibly be bad. Whenever I get done watching this film, then it just puts me in a good mood.
The moral of the story is great. Your father will travel the world for you. It also sends a great message on friendship. How everyone deserves a chance, and anyone can be of help to you. I like to think of this film as one of those classics that will go down in history forever. A good majority of the world has already seen it. For those of you who haven't seen it, I don't believe you're actually alive. Fantastic film.
It was pretty much impossible for Pixar to maintain their level of excellence, as recent films like Brave and Monster's University are fine and enjoyable but not anything game changing like their previous work. I don't fault them for their desire to make two Cars films, in fact I expect more to come in the future and I applaud them for it on a business level. It would be absurd to stop producing films that make ridiculous amount of money in toys and merchandising solely for the goal of achieving critical and award show success.
That being said, sitting down and watching a film like Finding Nemo, I can't help but crave another Pixar effort that knocks my socks off.…
What should've been a perfect film is brought down, slightly, by Ellen DeGeneres' annoying performance. Not my favorite Pixar film, falling somewhere in the middle, but still very, very good.
I've said before that if I had to launch one Disney Renaissance movie into space for the aliens to have a taste of them, I'd choose The Lion King. Even though I think Beauty and the Beast is a better film. Even though I'd argue Aladdin has better numbers. Lion King is just the best all-rounder, and still great in its own right. So you get what I'm about to add onto the rocket from Pixar. Finding Nemo is not the high bar for what the little lamp studio can do, visually, emotionally, comedically, or narratively. But it is the Pixar film that does the best job of capturing all of those things together - which is a roundabout way…
Lily really wanted to watch "Momo fish" so I happily obliged.
Always a lot of fun with an appropriate--yet subtle--message about dealing with and understanding disorder in friends and life alike.
Even after all this time, is there anything as good as this film?
Cheiro de infância e muita emoção.
Tengo entendido que la unión entre Disney y Pixar significa un éxito completo en cualquier producción. Buscando a Nemo, es sin duda la mejor prueba de ello y además me atrevo a decir que es la mejor película de Disney-Pixar en lo que va de historia.
La historia y animación son inigualables. Son de esas películas que puedes ver una, dos, tres... Hasta infinitas veces y no te cansas de verla. Es el resultado de algo bien pensado.
In my earlier review of Big Hero 6, I talked about how that film is teaching a whole new generation about love, life and loss, just as other Disney classics like Bambi and The Lion King did before it. Finding Nemo is my Bambi. I saw this in 2003, only 4 years old. I'd be hard pressed to say that I remember much about that day, but in the years that followed I watched this religiously on DVD, to the extent that I pretty much know every line. Normally, that would be very tedious, but when the lines are this great (and delivered this hilariously - God bless Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres) it makes the experience all the more…
This 2003 American computer-animated comedy is written and directed by Andrew Stanton and the fifth film produced by Pixar Animation Studios. It features to voice talent of Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould, Willem Dafoe, Geoffrey Rush and Brad Garrett.
When a family of clownfish are attacked in their home on the Great Barrier Reef by barracuda, only the father and one egg survive. Years later, Marlin (Brooks) raises his only son Nemo (Gould) in a very over-protective way as a result of the attack that has left Nemo with an under-developed fin and makes swimming difficult for him. During a school trip, Nemo rebels against his father’s wishes and ventures out of the reef into open water and is…
- The Racket
- 7th Heaven
- Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
- Chang: A Drama of the Wilderness
- Spirited Away
- My Neighbor Totoro
- Toy Story
- The Incredibles
Chances are the first movie you ever saw was animation. Exuberant, colorful and full of wonder, animation is the stuff…
- About Last Night...
- The Accidental Tourist
- Across the Universe
Every film Roger Ebert has given a four-star rating. This is an ongoing project.