Finding Dory


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 94%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 84%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 226962

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March 17, 2017 at 10:01 PM



Idris Elba as Fluke
Bill Hader as Husband Fish
Allison Janney as Peach
Diane Keaton as Jenny
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1.48 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
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707.53 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
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1.47 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by AlsExGal 8 / 10

Another hit from Pixar that uses CGI to assist in telling a story...

... rather than using a story to demonstrate dazzling CGI. This film was just as good as its predecessor, Finding Nemo. In this film (which takes place one year after 'Nemo'), Dory, who suffers from short term memory loss, makes it a mission to find her parents. She helped Marlon find Nemo in the first film and now she wants help locating her parents. She became separated from them when she was young and until now, has relied on others to help her find her way. She also gets by with her unique brand of impulsiveness and quick action. Throughout the film, Dory uses other "people's" (fishes'?) words and objects to trigger memories that assist her in finding her way. It was very clever how Pixar incorporated these triggers to help move the story along and flesh out Dory's background. I also liked how they treated short term memory loss with sensitivity and did not make it a joke. The marine center that Dory & co. end up at is based on the excellent Monterrey Bay Aquarium. The funniest new character added to the Nemo franchise is Hank the octopus (except he only has seven legs as Dory points out and refers to him as a "septapus."). Hank is cynical, but you know he's a softy deep inside. He can also camouflage himself into his settings which is quite comical. There are other funny characters like Becky the buzzard and Gerald the seal with a uni-brow.

It seems that Pixar thrives on adding emotional scenes to their films that pull at their audience's heartstrings. Finding Dory is no exception. There is a very dramatic scene near the end of the film where Dory is separated from her party and is lost in an unfamiliar, dark ocean, alone. She has to rely on herself to figure out how to find her way out and find her friends. This was a very heart wrenching scene. I won't lie, it made me tear up and I could hear other people sniffling in the theater. Another emotional scene is the beginning of the film showing a baby Dory with her parents. It's not as sad though as the beginning of Up, though.

I'd recommend this one.

Reviewed by tvbertin 10 / 10

Awesome and sad

I thought that this movie would be boring since I got older and it's a kid's movie. I was very surprised and I found it better than finding Nemo. I could relate so much to Dory, I'm always forgetting things, I'm always lost and I cried so many times in this movie because I could relate. She is just like me and when other fishes got mad at her, I felt the same way she did. It was a very deep and emotional movie, I absolutely loved it (even though I don't remember everything). If you are constantly lost in your own world and have a fish memory, I guarantee that you will cry watching the movie.

Reviewed by Sweetigal85 10 / 10

Simply a delightful movie

I have to admit that I was among many who rolled their eyes when a sequel to Finding Nemo was announced. I really didn't think there was anything else that could be done with that story. WRONG! It was honestly a million times better than I ever could have expected. I definitely loved it more than the original Finding Nemo. Dory was a fan favorite in the original film and the sequel delivers more of Ellen's whimsical portrayal of the forgetful little fish.

I am a sucker for backstory (main reason I love the Star Wars prequels) and I absolutely loved the direction they took this film in. Fun for the whole family. Laughs, lessons, tons of heart. Who could ask for more? The voice acting cast was tremendous, particularly Ellen, of course. They really know how to pull you into this undersea world. I really wouldn't have changed anything about it. A truly delightful movie.

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