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Format: DVD
Sku: 40227833
UPC: 786936215595
UPC 14: 00786936215595
Rating: Game Rating Code
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A father clown fish and his son become separated during their excursion to the great barrier reef. Nemo, the son, is captured and becomes a part of a dentist's fish tank overlooking the sydney harbor. His father, marlin, gathers his courage and sets out to rescue his son and bring him back to his family of fish.

" totally transports you to another world.  Jeffrey Anderson, San Francisco Examiner
"A thing of beauty, hugely entertaining, and way cool.  Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE
"The visuals pop, the fish emote and the ocean comes alive.  C.W. Nevius, San Francisco Chronicle
"One of the year's best films!  Joel Siegel, GOOD MORNING AMERICA

Editor's Note
Co-helmed by WALL-E director Andrew Stanton, FINDING NEMO follows Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks), an overprotective clown fish father, as he desperately searches the farthest reaches of the sea for his missing son Nemo. Marlin's journey leads him beyond the Great Barrier Reef into deeper and darker waters, where he meets Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), a forgetful yet optimistic blue tang, and a number of not-so-friendly--and often very hungry--aquatic creatures. Meanwhile, little Nemo finds himself in a dentist's fish tank in Syndey, Australia, along with other underwater captives, including Gill (Willem Dafoe), the group's scarred Moorish idol leader. As Nemo works with his new friends on a plan to escape their tank, Marlin and Dory swim closer, but they'll need more than just fins to get into the dentist's office.

This fifth computer-animated outing by Pixar continues the company's remarkable winning streak that began with TOY STORY. Like other Pixar films, FINDING NEMO features a story with heart--this time, a father-and-son tale--and thoroughly charming leads--in this case, Marlin, Nemo, and Dory. And, of course, there's an army of fascinating supporting characters, including Bruce (Barry Humphries), a great white shark on a no-fish diet; Crush (director/screenwriter Stanton), a surfer-dude sea turtle; Peach (Allison Janney), a stuck-to-the-aquarium starfish; and Nigel (Geoffrey Rush), a bold pelican. However, what truly distinguishes NEMO from even its CGI cousins is its stunning depiction of aquatic life, from the colorful creatures on a coral reef to a blue whale on the vast expanse of the open ocean. By combining the aesthetic of a National Geographic marine life documentary with clever jokes and Hitchcock references, NEMO succeeds in its bid to up the ante for animated films yet again. And be sure to watch the credits or you just might miss something!


Video Features DVD, Widescreen, Dolby Digital (5.1), English

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 5/16/2008
Video Play Time Running Time: 101 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 30078
Video UPC UPC: 00786936215595
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: French, Spanish

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio 1.85:1/4:3

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Sharon Calahan - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Andrew Stanton - Director
Video Cast Info David Ian Salter - Editor
Video Cast Info John Lasseter - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Thomas Newman - Musical Score
Video Cast Info Graham Walters - Producer
Video Cast Info Ralph Eggleston - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Bob Peterson - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Albert Brooks - Voice Of
Video Cast Info Alexander Gould - Voice Of
Video Cast Info Willem Dafoe - Voice Of
Video Cast Info Brad Garrett - Voice Of
Video Cast Info Ellen Degeneres - Voice Of
Video Cast Info Andrew Stanton - Writer

Professional Reviews

New York Times
"...An upbeat, sentimental fable....The animation achieves an astonishing synergy of voice, computer-animated image and dialogue..." 05/30/2003 p.E1

USA Today
"The most gorgeous of all the Pixar films....NEMO treats family audiences to a sweet, resonant story and breathtaking visuals..." 05/30/2003 p.9D

Los Angeles Times
"...An engaging undersea story....[With] a level of smarter-than-the-room humor noticeably wacky and sophisticated for studio family fare..." 05/30/2003 p.C1

Entertainment Weekly
"You could trawl the seven seas and not net a funnier, more beautiful, and more original work of art and comedy than FINDING NEMO, the dazzling new computer-animated adventure..." 06/06/2003 p.54

Rolling Stone
"...A thing of beauty, hugely entertaining and way cool..." 06/26/2003 p.88

Chicago Sun-Times
"...FINDING NEMO has all the usual pleasures of the Pixar animation style....And it adds an unexpected beauty....There is something dreamlike about the visuals of FINDING NEMO..." 05/30/2003 p.35

"?A buoyant adventure?.Notable first for its spectacularly colorful underwater setting, which gives the picture one of the most striking visual backdrops ever seen in an animated film?" 05/26/2003 p.25-39

Box Office
"...When the fish surface, the water is pastel, reflective, as lovely or lovelier as anything that actually exists in nature..." 07/01/2003 p.44

Entertainment Weekly
"...A sparkling treasure trove of snappy comedy, lush visuals and breakneck action..." 11/01/2003 p.90

Sight and Sound
"...NEMO creates an awe-inducing sense of the infinite in its watery visuals..." 11/01/2003 p.43-4

Rolling Stone 8 of 10
The view from the fish tank to the dentist's chair and the window overlooking the harbor is just one of the visual wonders of a film that rewrites the book on animating water, which experts say is the hardest element to achieve. And I haven't mentioned the other sea predators, such as the pink jellyfish and a razor-toothed anglerfish. Co-writer and director Andrew Stanton, who also provides the surfer-dude voice of a helpful turtle named Crush, makes miracles look easy. The result is a thing of beauty, hugely entertaining and way cool. - Peter Travers

Chicago Sun-Times 8 of 10
Finding Nemo has all of the usual pleasures of the Pixar animation style--the comedy and wackiness of Toy Story or Monsters Inc. or A Bug's Life. And it adds an unexpected beauty, a use of color and form that makes it one of those rare movies where I wanted to sit in the front row and let the images wash out to the edges of my field of vision. The movie takes place almost entirely under the sea, in the world of colorful tropical fish--the flora and fauna of a shallow warm-water shelf not far from Australia. The use of color, form and movement make the film a delight even apart from its story. - Roger Ebert

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