7 valid reasons why all 90s kids should watch Finding Dory

One of the most talked about movies in recent times would definitely be Finding Dory. The sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo reunites the cast from the first movie in an adventure in which their trace the origins of Dory, the fish with short term memory who seeks to find her family.

Here are some reasons why you should catch this movie while it’s still out in cinemas.

It brings you back to your childhood
For many of you, I’m sure you were still kids when Finding Nemo was released back in 2003. Watching this movie will make you recall happy memories of your childhood in which life was carefree and most of the time you were only worried about not having enough fun. Watching this movie will make you laugh out and recall the happy times you spent as a child.

Ellen Degeneres as Dory
For fans of Ellen Degeneres, you will probably know that she is the voice of Dory, the titular character in the movie and for her fans, watching this movie will make you remember her successful talk show and her great sense of humour.

The movie features a group of fishes working together in order to fulfil an objective, which is to reunite Dory with her family. They put aside their differences and cooperated with each other to achieve a common goal.

This movie is a celebration of friendship and you should watch it with your best friends to reminisce about the wonderful times you spent together as friends.

Time between movies
Finding Dory was released 13 years after the first movie and this meant that the production team took the time to ensure that the story for this sequel is successful and able to capture the hearts of all audiences.

Furthermore, rumours were around saying that the movie took such a long to be released was also down to the fact that Pixar wanted every detail to be perfect, this meant that it took two years to complete the motion capture for Hank the octopus which is in the movie.

Although the time between movies may be a key factor in the success of a movie, this is not always true as Independence Day: Resurgence, released 20 years after the first movie was considered a flop by many who watched it.

Attention to Detail
One key fact which makes films by Pixar, the studio behind Finding Dory, box office hits is because the studio does not rush when producing movies and they would rather a movie be delayed than releasing a sub-par quality movie.

Key lesson
The lesson that the movie wishes to teach everyone who watches it is that everyone is special in their own ways and that nobody is perfect.

What is important as taught by the movie is that you embrace your flaws and enjoy life as who you are. Dory is a reflection of everyone in that despite her absent-mindedness, she is able to accept that flaw and live life to the fullest.

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The Cast
For those who love Modern Family, you will be excited at this piece of information, if you do not know, the voice of two characters in the movie are voiced by two cast members of Modern Family. The two cast members are Ty Burrell (Phil Dunphy) and Ed O’Neil (Jay Pritchett). Try and see if you can recognise their voices while watching the movie!

This article was first published on goodyfeed.com

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