Cinelinx is at P. Sherman's at 42 Wallaby Way in Sydney watching the outstanding new Finding Nemo Collector's Edition Blu-ray!
A clownfish named Marlin (voice of Albert Brooks) goes on a desperate search for his son Nemo (voice of Alexander Gould) when he is taken from the ocean by a human to become a pet. A fish named Dory (voice of Ellen Degeneres) aids him on his quest.
Directed by: Andrew Stanton
An absolute instant classic upon its release in 2003, Finding Nemo charmed audiences with the perfect balance of heart and laughs. The film manages to move from one visual gag to the next with ease, with a number of dramatic points mixed in. The tone is just right, and even when it gets silly or sad, the underlying theme of a love between father and son keeps the film emotionally grounded and moving in the right direction. »
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