Find­ing Dory Out now

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Pick­ing Pixar’s most DAW-able char­ac­ter is like de­cid­ing which Golden Girl you’d date. Im­pos­si­ble. But we’re fairly sure that Find­ing Nemo’s adorably it’s no sur­prise that, 13 years on, there’s still a huge appetite for the con­tin­ued aquatic ad­ven­tures of one of Pixar’s most beloved movies ever. While Find­ing Dory doesn’t quite reach the same heights as its pre­de­ces­sor, it’s still an cap­tured and taken to a Cal­i­for­nian aquar­ium, spark­ing a res­cue mis­sion from and in­tro­duces an ar­ray of colour­ful, crazy new ones. While the ma­jor­ity of plot beats are eerily sim­i­lar (unfortunately for Pixar’s writ­ing team, we don’t all have Dory-es­que short-term mem­o­ries), Find­ing Dory is still stuffed with emo­tion­ally com­plex sto­ry­telling, mem­o­rable char­ac­ters, top-tier gags and spec­tac­u­lar an­i­ma­tion. Mov­ing, hi­lar­i­ous and rem­i­nis­cent of Pixar at its best.

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