Made in 2003, Finding Nemo tells what can happen to a fish and how to deal with it. You should definitely watch this beautiful movie under the sea.
Nemo, who lost her mother as soon as she was born, is raised by her father. When he reaches primary school age, he starts to get bored with his father's interest. His father forbids swimming in the Ocean because he has a small filter. Seeing that his son was caught and taken away by people, his father will find Nemo regardless of his determination and will go back home. But Ocean is much more dangerous than you think.
"Finding Nemo", directed by Andrew Stanton, signed the gross record of 2003 in North American cinemas. The film, whose revenue reached 335,000,000 dollars as of the beginning of October, has received the title of the most-watched cartoon of all time from the title of "The Lion King". “Finding Nemo” is currently in eighth place in the list of most-watched movies of all time; it is number 1 in the most-watched cartoon list of all time.
“Nemo: Finding Nemo” prepared at Pixar Animation Studios tells about the pleasant and sometimes sad journey of two clownfish, which fall apart from each other. Dory is also accompanied by the extraordinary adventure of the overly cautious father fish Marlin and his curious son Nemo. The fishy Marlin and Dory's dangerous journey in the vast ocean and the brave plans of the little fish Nemo to escape from the aquarium form the subject of "Finding Nemo".
Andrew Stanton, who was nominated for an Oscar for his work on Disney / Pixar co-production "A Bug’s Life - A Life of a Bug", co-directed by "Nemo: Finding Nemo" by Walt Disney Pictures. Produced by Graham Walters. The production manager was directed by Oscar-winning director John Lasseter, who previously directed "Toy Story", "Toy Story 2", "A Bug’s Life" and "Monsters Inc.". Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson and David Reynolds co-wrote their screenplay. The music was prepared by Oscar-nominated composer Thomas Newman.
Albert Brooks, Alexander Gould, Ellen DeGeneres, Eric Bana, Erica Beck, Willem Dafoe, Geoffrey Rush served in the voice-over cast of the film, which combines computer animation technology with a brand new understanding of art that floats in deep waters and introduces the audience to unforgettable characters.
Original title: Finding Nemo Release Date: April 19, 2013 Duration: 100D Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy Director: Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich Screenplay: Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson, David Reynolds Built: 2003 - United States, Australia