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Finding Dory

Finding Dory

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Finding Dory

Finding Dory
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                                                             REVIEW BY AMATULLAH POONAWALA

The story is of Dory,

the forgetting fish from Finding Nemo and her search for her parents, whom she had lost in childhood.


I liked Dory because

  • The beautiful sea life in the movie
  • When Dory plays with her parents as a kid
  • Hank and his adventures with Dory
  • Destiny and Bailey


Destiny realising that Dory was her pipe pal is the best scene in the movie, for me.

Finding Dory is an awesome film for kids to watch but also nice for adults.




Amatullah’s second attempt to write, rather feeble one at it though. But the reason for her to write is because that is the Target audience for this film. Hence it is imperative from a paying audience perspective that one understands what this little TG likes and enjoys.


From an adult angle, the original had a far more emotional connect than this one and that was the sole driving force in the original. A father’s desperate search for his missing son. Somehow that connect is missing here, which doesn’t make you feel for Dory’s parents as much as it makes you want to be with Hank & Destiny.

That aside, the inner view of a marine park, is beautifully portrayed and makes you realise so many subtle things.

Excellent voice support by Ty Burnell, Kaitlin Olson, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba, Dominic West, makes the film interesting.

Does it have The Y Factor             :               YES


Rating                                             :               3.5 /5