A thoroughly secular, highly talented surgeon encounters supernatural forces and turns into the savior of mankind against an interstellar evil being. The movie looks brillant and remind one of Inception here and there, it has a great cast and a vivid story. The right dose of humor and self-irony glues the two worlds – the physical and the spiritual – together to a harmonious whole.
Marlin and his son Nemo take a dangerous trip together with Dorie and helping her finding her parents. Although the movie looks fantastic and has its funny moments, it lacks of the originality and intensity of its predecessor. A nearly similar plot and the repetition of some proven elements bring no suprises, but merely a louder, more tempestuous variant of the first Nemo movie.
A group of young dinosaurs take an adventurous journey and discover that they can only survive by helping each other. Comes without the ease and slickness of the Disney movies, yet more roughly drawn and with bizarre and threatening backgrounds, fitting perfectly to the prehistoric times. Conventionally and slowly told, sometimes cheesy, but very warm-hearted.