Rashid Irani's review: Finding Nemo 3D
In case you're wondering why we're talking about the animated film that created a buzz almost 9 years back, the reason is that Finding Nemo ...
Finding Nemo, as we all know is a timid clownfish's hunt for his son, who gets captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to ...
The little orange Nemo makes plenty of friends while he's looking for his dad.
While looking for Dad, Nemo finds hilarious company in the absent-minded Dory (played by none other than comedian Ellen Degenres)
The film revealed a varied and colourful aquatic life.
One of the first of its kind, Finding Nemo set a benchmark for animated films and also made Pixar animation very popular.
Among the many voiceover artists, this film includes the likes of Willem Dafoe, Geoffrey Rush, Elizabeth Perkins and Alexander Gould.
The film will have a sequel that will release in 2016. Savour the 3D version till then!
First released back in 2003, the fifth feature from the massively popular animation studio, Pixar, is back on the big screen with even more glorious in 3D.
Its a story of a deepwater fish daddy desperate to protect his only spawn. The rebellious offspring is whisked away to be imprisoned in a waiting-room aquarium at a sadistic dentist’s clinic.
In an aquatic treat, the chase is on as the distraught dad, accompanied by a ditzy surgeonfish (DeGeneres) prone to lapses in short-term memory, embark on a rescue mission. Meanwhile, young Nemo and his fellow fishnapping victims finalise their own plans for a great escape. Debutant writer-director Andrew Stanton, crams the feel-good fable with wondrous visuals while ensuring that the life lessons are schmaltz-free.