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Kevin, a young flying fish, lives in the New York harbor. He dreams of leading his family back to Barbados-the mythical kingdom of the flying fish. One fateful day his adventurous nature finds him captured by a fishing ship and delivered to the fish tank of a famous restaurant in New York city's Chinatown, where he meets a quiet young boy who also longs for excitement and adventure. The two become fast friends and begin a daring quest to get Kevin back home to the sea. Written by
All the scenes are a cheap copy of the excellent movie of the Studio Pixar, but worse. When something has been reinvented and creates a reboot, that it is supposed to improve a bad product, or one that it has become obsolete for new generations. But in this case Finding Nemo is a film for which have not passed the years, and for which I believe will not pass. It is simply classic animated film without following aggressive tendencies that may remain in disposal.
This film is a lack of respect and I hope that the team pay the consequences, since stealing intellectual property is an offense.
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