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Finding Nemo is a Movie for Everyone

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The movie “Finding Nemo” came out on May 30, 2003. The well-known characters of the film are Dory, Nemo, and Marlin. The setting of “Finding Nemo” is somewhere near Australia. “Finding Nemo” is a movie that explores the natural phobia of losing a loved one and the adventure of self-discovery that permits Marlin to overcome his phobias. In Bob Peterson’s “Finding Nemo”, the dynamic nature of Marlin’s character stresses the importance of individual growth for adults; through his experiences in the movie, Marlin goes from a cautious, paranoid, high strung, over protective clown fish to a more easygoing, adventurous but still loving dad.
The movie begins at the new home of the clown fishes named Marlin, Coral, and their yet to be born babies. Coral dies attempting to protect their eggs from some spiny-finned fish. It is truly heartbreaking that only one egg survives. Marlin raises his only son Nemo like an over protective father who does not want his son to do anything out of his sight, Since one of Nemo’s fins is smaller than the other Marlin assumes that handicaps him. When Ne...

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how the movie "finding nemo" explores the natural phobia of losing a loved one and the adventure of self-discovery that permits marlin to overcome his fears.
  • Analyzes how the movie begins at the new home of the clown fishes named marlin, coral, and their yet to be born babies. it is truly heartbreaking that only one egg survives.
  • Narrates how marlin gets scared when the other parents tell him that the kids are going to the "drop off." when nemo swims off to touch the boat after his friends dare him to, a scuba diver carries him away.
  • Opines that "finding nemo" teaches both adults and children important life lessons. bad things will happen but when life gets you down, keep swimming.
  • Opines that "finding nemo" is one of their favorite g-rated films of all time and soon to become a classic.
  • Opines that "finding nemo" is pure entertainment for the whole family.
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