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12 items from 2016


Second Opinion – Finding Dory (2016)

30 July 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Finding Dory, 2016.

Directed by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane.

Starring Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olsen, Ty Burrell, Hayden Rolence, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba, Dominic West, Bob Peterson, Kate McKinnon, Sloane Murray, Bill Hader and Sigourney Weaver.

Synopsis:

The friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish begins a search for her long-lost parents, and everyone learns a few things about the real meaning of family along the way.

 

Last year Pixar delivered two original movies, one of which was met with huge acclaim (Inside Out) and the other, not so much (The Good Dinosaur). Their history with sequels has likewise been uneven, ranging from great (Toy Story 2 & 3) to decent (Monsters University) to poor (Cars 2), so I was very relieved to discover that Finding Dory is a truly great film – in my opinion just as good (if not better) than Finding Nemo.

The film begins with a »

- Amie Cranswick

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Finding Dory – Review

17 June 2016 2:26 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Thirteen years after Nemo found his dad, Dory is getting her day in the spotlight with the new Disney•Pixar feature Finding Dory. After all of this time, she just keeps swimming into our hearts!

We pick up back in the reef, where Dory is happily living with Nemo and his father, Marlin. Still, Dory yearns for something more. She starts to piece together a past, and knows something is missing. We soon find out that her past isn’t that different from Nemo’s. Due to her short term memory loss, she wandered away from her parents and couldn’t find her way home. Soon, she couldn’t remember what she was looking for. When she finally starts putting the pieces of the puzzle together, Marlin, Nemo and Dory set out on a mission to find her parents. Together, they brave the ocean, and meet some new friends along »

- Melissa Howland

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Meet the New Voice of Nemo in Finding Dory! (And Where Is the Original Voice Actor Now?)

17 June 2016 11:15 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In order to prepare to voice Nemo in Disney's Finding Dory, 12-year-old Hayden Rolence got a pretty cool homework assignment. "I had to watch the original Finding Nemo over and over again," the Illinois native tells People. "And I never got bored of it!" The actor who voiced Nemo in 2003's Finding Nemo was Alexander Gould, now 22, and after his turn in the film, he appeared in a slew of TV shows - including a regular stint as Mary Louise Parker's character's son, Shane Botwin, on Weeds. He went on to study philosophy at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, »

- Mia McNiece

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Meet The New Voice of Nemo in Finding Dory! (And Where Is the Original Voice Actor Now?)

17 June 2016 11:15 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In order to prepare to voice Nemo in Disney's Finding Dory, 12-year-old Hayden Rolence got a pretty cool homework assignment. "I had to watch the original Finding Nemo over and over again," the Illinois native tells People. "And I never got bored of it!" The actor who voiced Nemo in 2003's Finding Nemo was Alexander Gould, now 22, and after his turn in the film, he appeared in a slew of TV shows - including a regular stint as Mary Louise Parker's character's son, Shane Botwin, on Weeds. He went on to study philosophy at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, »

- Mia McNiece

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Trivia: Original ‘Finding Nemo’ Actor Alexander Gould Has a Voice Cameo in ‘Finding Dory’

17 June 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Finding Dory brings back some key members of the Finding Nemo voice cast, including Albert Brooks as Marlin and of course Ellen DeGeneres as Dory. But one who couldn’t reprise his role was Alexander Gould, who voiced Nemo in the original film. The reason is obvious: Gould was a small child when he recorded the original Nemo, but nowadays he’s a grownup with a grownup’s […]

The post Trivia: Original ‘Finding Nemo’ Actor Alexander Gould Has a Voice Cameo in ‘Finding Dory’ appeared first on /Film. »

- Angie Han

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Finding Dory Concept Art Sheds Light On Creative Process Behind Pixar’s Animated Adventure

7 April 2016 2:03 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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It’s a sequel 13 years in the making and today, Disney and Pixar have shed light on the creative process behind Andrew Stanton’s animated sequel, Finding Dory.

Set for release in June of this year, today brings forth a gallery of concept art for the film, which includes some truly beautiful, dream-like artwork depicting the underwater adventure in store.

With Nemo found and home safe, Andrew Stanton’s sequel will turn the tide to focus on Ellen DeGeneres’ clumsy fish, Dory. Settling into life under the sea with her new clownfish family, Marlin and Nemo – voiced here by the returning Albert Brooks and Hayden Rolence, respectively, with the latter replacing Alexander Gould from the 2003 original – Finding Dory will see Pixar’s loveable mascot plot course to find her true parents.

More than a decade may have lapsed since Finding Nemo released, but Pixar’s sequel »

- Michael Briers

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Finding Dory Character Posters Emerge From The Depths

30 March 2016 6:41 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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Pixar and Disney have unveiled a series of character posters today for Andrew Stanton’s upcoming animated sequel, Finding Dory.

Bubbling up from the depths of the deep blue sea, fans of Stanton’s Finding Nemo will recognize a handful of familiar faces in the gallery above, most notable of which being Ellen DeGeneres’ forgetful fish, Dory. There’s also shots of Marlin and Nemo – voiced by Albert Brooks and Hayden Rolence, respectively, with the latter replacing Alexander Gould from the 2003 original.

Beyond that core trio, Finding Dory is no slouch when it comes to casting, either, with Diane Keaton, Willem Dafoe, Dominic West, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Diane Keaton, Ed O’Neill, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba and Michael Sheen all on board for Pixar’s aquatic adventure. Speaking to USA Today, Andrew Stanton also touched base on staging a mini reunion for The Wire, with »

- Michael Briers

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Finding Dory International Poster (Ironically) Teases An Unforgettable Journey

11 March 2016 7:34 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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Imagine that, not only does the latest poster for Pixar’s Finding Dory reunite the core trio of Andrew Stanton’s underwater adventure, but it also teases the beginning of an unforgettable journey. With tongue firmly in cheek, of course.

Reprising her star role as Pixar’s forgetful fish is Ellen DeGeneres, only this time around she won’t be crossing the high seas in search of 42 Wallaby Way. Settling into life alongside her newfound Clownfish family – voiced by the returning Albert Brooks and Hayden Rolence, who replaces Alexander Gould from the 2003 original – Finding Dory sends out titular adventure on a quest to find her wayward parents.

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After catching wind of stingray migration while dropping Nemo off to school, Dory ignites a primitive desire to return home and, ultimately, discover (rediscover?) her aquatic roots. Along the way, she’ll just keep »

- Michael Briers

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Ellen DeGeneres Makes A Beeline For Home In New Finding Dory Trailer

2 March 2016 6:38 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Ellen DeGeneres just keeps swimming to find her long lost parents in the all-new trailer for Finding Dory, Pixar and Andrew Stanton’s long-awaited animated sequel that will make a beeline for theaters come June.

Only six months have passed for life under the sea in the time since 2003’s Finding Nemo, and today’s trailer find’s DeGeneres’ forgetful fish settling into life with her newfound clownfish family – voiced by Albert Brooks and Hayden Rolence, who replaces Alexander Gould from the original flick.

And though she may consider it home for now, Dory uncovers a burning desire to discover her true heritage after learning a thing or two about stingray migration. Cue the underwater road trip movie. Joining Brooks, Rolence and DeGeneres in the star-studded voice both are Diane Keaton, Willem Dafoe, Dominic West, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Diane Keaton, Ed O’Neill, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba and Michael Sheen in an unknown role. »

- Michael Briers

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Finding Dory Gets Full-Length Trailer: Relive Finding Nemo's Emotional Journey With These Motivational Posters

2 March 2016 6:09 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

She just kept swimming—into a full-length trailer! The Ellen DeGeneres Show debuted a new look at Finding Dory, and it looks every bit as wonderful as we expected. Ellen DeGeneres returns to voice her beloved character, as does Albert Brooks as Marlin. Hayden Rolence replaces Alexander Gould as Nemo. The new animated film also features the vocals of Ty Burrell as a beluga whale named Bailey; Willem Dafoe as Gill, a moorish idol; Diane Keaton as Dory's mother, Jenny; Eugene Levy as Charlie, Dory's father; Vicki Lewis as Deb (and her sister, "Flo," Deb's reflection), a four-striped damselfish; Kaitlin Olson as Destiny, Dory's sister, a whale shark; and Ed O'Neill as Hank, an octopus. »

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Pixar’s Forgetful Fish Is Lost In The Deep Blue In New Posters For Finding Dory

9 February 2016 1:22 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Despite the fact Andrew Stanton’s long-awaited animated sequel is arriving a full 13 years after its beloved predecessor, only six months have lapsed for aquatic life under the sea, and today’s series of posters for Finding Dory prove that Ellen DeGeneres’ forgetful explorer is still as playful as ever.

Keeping up her habit of swimming (and swimming and swimming), the images are as much a showcase of Pixar’s vibrant rendition of the deep blue as they are a game of hide-and-seek.

Returning along DeGeneres for the adventure are Albert Brooks and Hayden Rolence – replacing Alexander Gould from the 2003 original – and it’s only when Dory catches sight of manta rays migrating home while attending a school trip with Nemo that she sparks a burning desire to find her wayward parents. It’s a desire she didn’t realise she had in the first place, of course, and Finding Dory »

- Michael Briers

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The 100 Best Films of the 21st Century (So Far) - Part 3: #50-26

20 January 2016 5:11 AM, PST | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Our countdown of the 100 best films of the 21st century continues. This is Part 3 #50 through 26.

Click here for Part 1 (#100 - 76)!

Click here for Part 2 (#75-51)!

The first decade and a half of the 21st century has brought a lot of changes to the landscape of film. The advancement and sophistication of computers has made realistic computer generated effects a mainstay in both big-budget and small-budget films. The internet and streaming technologies have given big Hollywood new competition in films produced independently and by non-traditional means. We went from purchasing films on yards of tape to plastic disks, and now we can simply upload them to the cloud. Advertisements for films have reached a higher, more ruthless level where generating hype through trailers and teasers is crucial for a film’s commercial success. Movie attendance has fluctuated along with the economy, but that hasn’t stopped films from breaking box office records, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (G.S. Perno)

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