Oh my goodness, little Dory is so adorable. I just couldn't get over it the entire movie how cute she was. And her forgetfulness: even cuter when she was a baby. Foreals guys.
Okay, I just had to get that out. Finding Dory is the sequel to Disney and Pixar's Finding Nemo. In this film, as I'm sure you can assume, Dory get's lost (techinically, she get's lost before Finding Nemo happens, which I think is pretty cool with the story-line). The film starts off with baby Dory with her family. One day, she ends up separated from her parents and can't remember how to get back to them. She is wandering, and as time goes by she runs into Marlin who is looking for Nemo (this is where Finding Nemo happens). I think it's cool that they added this scene - the same as the original movie - to kind of link the two rather than it just being a complete sequel. So a year after they find Nemo, Dory starts to remember her family and is determined to find them.
seals have - not wanting to share their rock, just lounging around watching the stories unfold, etc.
Though I liked the storyline for the most part, I felt like there were too many back and forths that happened. *SPOILERS*
It was pretty predictable: Dory makes it to the place she is looking for just to realize they were someplace else. Then she makes it to the second place just to find out they were again, someplace else. Then she has to save Marlin and Nemo from getting shipped off to Cleveland. This is the part that was kind of lost on me. I know, it's children's movie and anything can happen in a cartoon, but it was a little far-fetched. Not too far-fetched for me not to still enjoy it, I mean a truck driving octopus, classic.
going to be a big part of the adventure.
Well, I would say that Finding Dory is a good film. Not as wonderful as I found Finding Nemo, but still a good movie. I'm going to give it a "liked it" and recommend it to all our readers, especially those with families. I'd like you all to ask yourself: What would Dory do?
"If that boy were an apple, he'd be a delicious"
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