Finding Nemo 3D (2012) An anxiety-prone clown fish still searches for his lost son in the exemplary, beautifully crafted new 3-D rerelease of Pixar's 2003 hit, Finding Nemo .… 2012-09-14 PT100M Animation Kids and Family Walt Disney Pictures
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Finding Nemo 3D (2012)

FINDING NEMO Marlin (voice by Albert Brooks) and Dory (voice by Ellen DeGeneres)
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FINDING NEMO Marlin (voice by Albert Brooks) and Dory (voice by Ellen DeGeneres)

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Min. Age 0-3 Yrs Old

Just as the beauty and emotion are amped up by the 3D, so are all those intense and scary scenes (the attack that takes mom in the beginning and the shark chase). Just be prepared for that... and to cry with Dory near the end. A.W.

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Just as the beauty and emotion are amped up by the 3D, so are all those intense and scary scenes (the attack that takes mom in the beginning and the shark chase). Just be prepared for that... and to cry with Dory near the end.

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Details Release Date: Sep 14, 2012; Length: 100 Minutes; Genres: Animation, Kids and Family; Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures

An anxiety-prone clown fish still searches for his lost son in the exemplary, beautifully crafted new 3-D rerelease of Pixar's 2003 hit, Finding Nemo. A forgetful blue tang named Dory still provides assistance, in her own fashion. (Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres still earn their voice-over laurels.) The Aussie sharks that have reformed their fish-eating ways and the surfer-dude turtles still feel like old friends. What's new — and cause for optimism in the whole hustle to 3-D-ify movies that previously worked perfectly well in old-fogy 2-D — is the deepening of emotional power that results from the sutble way the Disney-Pixar brigade has approached the dimensionality of the oceanic deep. As Avatar proved, the spatial mysteries of watery currents and floating worlds are exactly where 3-D explorers were born to boldly go. A

Originally posted Sep 05, 2012 Published in issue #1224-1225 Sep 21, 2012 Order article reprints