It’s been 13 years since Finding Nemo was on the big screen, and this time it’s Dory’s story. And boy is it an adventure. It’s also an important story. In Disney•Pixar’s, Finding Dory, the audience learns where Dory came from and more about her family. I admit, I was always curious. Although Dory was not my favorite character in Finding Nemo, she has certainly landed a place in my heart in Finding Dory.
In my video review I discuss what ages I think will enjoy Finding Dory (I took my 11-year-old) and if there is anything that could be startling for younger children. If you really don’t want to watch the video (But I speak whale in it), then I’ll just say that all ages will love it, and your kids won’t be traumatized like they were when they watched The Lion King. I’m still scarred by the Mufasa scene.
With all the voice talent they have like Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, and Ty Burrell, I was expecting funny, and funny I got. You know what else I got? Adorable, cute animals on the screen! They are ADORABLE. I’m pretty sure I said, “awwwwwwwww,” 20 times. Baby Dory and Young Dory are worth all your money. Just start throwing your money at Finding Dory, because you will want to watch it again and again.
This is something I needed right now. Something to make me laugh and appreciate what family means and the importance of loving yourself. Dory is a sweet, intelligent, resourceful heroine. The best kind of heroine in my opinion. Tears may have been shed as there are some emotional moments. Those are the best teaching moments for kids, though.
Check out my Finding Dory review and come see some old Finding Nemo friends. Don’t forget to make new ones, too. Friends who speeeaaaakkk whaaaaaaaale aaarrrrrrrre awesooooooome. Finding Dory opens in theaters on June 17!
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