Thelongestfilm.com – After the success of Finding Nemo, which was released in 2003, Pixar is now back with a similar film with a different title, namely Finding Dory. It’s a bit gloomy to have to disappear like that between Nemo and Dory; it’s confusing for everyone. Even though they are 13 years apart, the story in this film is no less good than the previous film.
The director, Andrew Stanton, will take us into the story from the perspective of Dory, the blue tang fish, who wants to meet his father and mother as a result of being separated since Dory was little. She did this recklessly, even though Dory knew that she had short-term memory loss.
Synopsis Finding Dory
“Finding Dory” picks up after the events of “Finding Nemo” and follows the friendly and forgetful blue tang fish named Dory. Dory suddenly starts to recall memories of her long-lost family and becomes determined to find them. Along with Marlin and Nemo, Dory embarks on a journey across the ocean to locate her parents.
As Dory faces various challenges and encounters new friends, including a grumpy octopus named Hank and a nearsighted whale shark named Destiny, she discovers the true meaning of family and friendship. Throughout the adventure, Dory’s extraordinary ability to remember and forget intertwines, leading her closer to her loved ones while also presenting obstacles she must overcome.
The film delves into Dory’s past and explores themes of self-discovery, acceptance, and the power of perseverance. With its heartwarming moments, humor, and stunning underwater visuals, “Finding Dory” captivates audiences of all ages and delivers a touching story of love and loyalty in the vast depths of the ocean.
Cast Finding Dory:
- Ellen DeGeneres as Dory
- Albert Brooks as Marlin
- Hayden Rolence as Nemo
- Ed O’Neill as Hank
- Kaitlin Olson as Destiny
- Ty Burrell as Bailey
- Diane Keaton as Jenny (Dory’s mother)
- Eugene Levy as Charlie (Dory’s father)
- Idris Elba as Fluke
- Dominic West as Rudder
- Sigourney Weaver as herself (voice cameo)
It is the right thing to involve Ellen DeGeneres as the voice of Dory. Dory’s character is cheerful, feels free, doesn’t feel awkward meeting many people, and is very brave to be played by Ellen, who we know is almost the same character as Dory, except for that temporary memory loss.
Not only Ellen, but other famous actors and artists have also become more involved in voicing the characters in this film. Call it Idris Elba, Ty Burrell, Diane Keaton, Kate McKinnon, Willem Dafoe, and many others. Anyway, you won’t regret watching Finding Dory.