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Movie review: Finding Dory

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If *Finding Nemo* is pure gold, then *Finding Dory* is about 90% pure gold, which is still much better than most movies in this genre.

There was plenty of fun to be had, and the messages of inspiration were well told. I think kids will enjoy and learn from this movie. Adults who liked *Finding Nemo* will have a good time as well.

Grade: A

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  • Every Disney Princess Movie Obsessed with Mommy Problems (and 3 films that don't) - RunPee

    […] Finding Nemo — I shouldn’t even mention this since there is no princess to be found, but Clownfish Nemo loses his mother to a barracuda in the first three minutes of this otherwise stellar movie. It’s so traumatic I skip over this early scene every time. For a matter of fact, I have the same problem with Bambi. And don’t make me get started about Dumbo and his mother (the song Baby Mine slays me; Mrs. Jumbo is “only” abused and enslaved, not dead. Which is actually worse. Ouch). Also, none of these are humans, but HONESTLY human-centric storylines in fantasy should not be an issue in animation. (See Nala, above.) In somewhat better news, female Dory (a Blue Tang) has loving parents, but losing them caused her lifelong trauma. Just go watch Moana again for a really, oddly, pleasant premise and final resolution between females… […]

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