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Running Time:
93 minutes

Rating: G General Audiences.

Rating Explanation:
suitable for all audiences

Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review:
With its stunning mix of rich colors and exquisite backgrounds, both children and parents are bound to enjoy this enchanting animated adventure.

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Widescreen version; Turn your TV into a virtual aquarium with amazing animated scenes from the movie; Filmmakers' Commentary including deleted scenes; Making Nemo: a special documentary featuring footage on making the film; The Art of Nemo, narrated by the artists; Exploring the Reef featurette with Jean-Michel Cousteau; Turn your TV into a virtual aquarium including never-before-seen animation; The Pixar Animation Studios short film "Knick Knack;" The Incredibles - a Pixar Animation Studios sneak peek; Play "Fisharades" with your favorite fish; Learning fun with Mr. Ray's Encyclopedia; Pixar Animation Studios behind-the-scenes tour; Choice of: full frame version, reframed for standard televisions, widscreen version (1.78:1) or enhanced for 16x9 televisions; English, French and Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1.



Finding Nemo
The Academy Award®-winning creators of "Toy Story," "A Bug’s Life," and "Monsters, Inc." take us into a whole new world of computer-animated fun, fantasy, and heartfelt emotion with this splashy underwater adventure in a new 3D verson. Marlin (Albert Brooks) is a clown fish who is incapable of telling a funny joke. He's also a single dad whose son, Nemo is off to his first day at school. The paranoid Marlin fears that harm will come to his son, and unsurprisingly, it does. The rest of the film is about Marlin and his goofy friend Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) a blue tang fish with a short term memory problem and a brain about the size of a grain of sand, searching for Nemo; and Nemo trying to escape his confinement and get home to his dad.

A delightful cast of supporting players includes Barry Humphries, who's hilarious as a shark trying to give up fish, and Geoffrey Rush as a pelican. There is some bathroom humor which seems to be a regular feature of films for kids these days and a somewhat disturbing message for young owners of pet fish, because several times, some of the fish who live in a home aquarium talk about escaping by "hitching a ride on the porcelain express." The fish believe that, if they are flushed down the toilet or washed down the sink, they'll escape and find their freedom. Hopefully no children attempting to free their pets will send them on to a watery grave.

The film has a stunning mix of rich colors and exquisite backgrounds and both children and parents alike are bound to enjoy this enchanting tale with loads of humor and excitement that's also a visual masterpiece. It's undoubtedly one of the most enjoyable animated films ever produced.
 






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