Spoilers Alert: This Finding Dory Review contains huge spoilers for the movie.
Finding Dory Review, It’s a Master Piece From a Master Piece!
2003 Finding Nemo was the 2nd most successful Pixar movie after Toy Story 3 and we already knew that Finding Nemo was a perfectly told story which had full of wonders and emotions attached to it and after such a long time Finding Nemo Sequel is here.
Story follows as, Dory who is living with Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) and Nemo (voiced by Hayden Rolence) a year after the adventures and wonderful events of the first film, is now haunted by a childhood memory of her parents, revealed by a flashback that they’re still alive and she can locate them, despite the fact she forgets everything within minutes because of her short term memory loss.
That’s true Finding Dory is beautiful to look at, Pixar did a excellent job in VFX and Animation, especially with the textures and colors but the thing which didn’t work is the story feels familiar and you’ll get a pretty good idea while watching the movie, that you knew what will happen next.
Finding Dory has it’s best moments too, starting with the Mimic Octopus and don’t forget to watch Hank, because Hank is the one who becomes her guide and friend when Dory is separated from Marlin and Nemo.
Finding Nemo was a master piece when it’s released and that’s why Finding Dory just don’t seem as high as it’s predecessor but it’s not the biggest problem Finding Dory has, it still lacks of that excitement when we used to have for Finding Nemo.
Surely, Finding Dory is an Entertainment and you will enjoy it but don’t expect the magic like Finding Nemo.