Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Finding nemo...

Here is a brief introduction abt the movie, "Finding Nemo'.

Finding Nemo is a 2003 CGI animated film. The film received overwhelmingly positive reviews and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. It was a financial blockbuster as it grossed over $864 million worldwide. It is the best-selling DVD of all time, with over 40 million copies sold as of 2006 and is the highest grossing G-rated movie of all time.

:) I had the DVD of this movie, but couldn’t watch it … because of no reason whatsoever. However, I saw how touching and inspirational cartoons can ever be. I know some of u must be smirking at the idea of a cartoon film being ‘touching’. Hmm. The story boasts of a wonderful relationship between a father and son, much more poignant and inspiring than what we see in ‘Varanam Aayiram’. Theres a cute clownfish couple, Marlyn and Coral. Coral lays 400 eggs which were eaten away by giant sharks and Coral was killed in the encounter. Only one egg survived. That was Nemo. The survivor, Marlyn,Nemo's dad, loved him soo much and pampered him.Nemo asks his Dad, whether he has encountered sharks, how they are.. and to what age does sea turtles actually live.Marlyn , was a coward himself and has never been into risky areas in the ocean.

As days passed, other fishes of Nemo's age went to school, but Marlyn wasn’t confident whether his son was old enough for school. He thought that Nemo cant swim as well as he could. Nemo, insisted that he wants to go, and Marlyn agrees and takes him there, and secretly watches his son… during one of Nemos little adventures..he swims away from his school of fishes. . challenges his Dad… and gets attacked by a submarine…a diver comes out, and catches Nemo.

Nemo is taken away to a domestic fish tank at Sydney.

The story takes its twist when Marlyn sets out to find Nemo ..all the way to Sydney…thousands of ocean miles away.

He is accompanied by Dory, a female fish, suffering from short term memory loss. For a father who goes to find his son, a partner with a short term memory loss is a disaster. However, Dory tries to follow and help Marlyn , as much as she could. The movie depicts a wonderful chemistry between Marlyn and Dory. Dory is a friend, expects nothing in return, tries to overcome her weaknesses just to be with Marlyn and to help him find his son.She tries to remember things and seems to overcome her weakness when Marlyn is around! It is notable that Dory swims all the way upto Sydney even after Marlyn tells her to leave. But something noteworthy over here is that, this kinda unconditional love and friendship might exist only among fishes.

On the way to Sydney, they come across many hurdles and during a shark attack, they both are eaten up! Marlyn doesn’t give up and they escape from there also. Sea turtles come for their help, and shows them directions. There is one scene, where, amidst all these hassles, and not knowing whether Nemo is still alive or not, while bidding goodbye to the turtles, Marlyn asks them how old they are… cos he wanted to tell Nemo!! Marlyn wanted to tell him abt the sharks and how old the turtles were when he meets him next!! Marlyn was soo positive that he would get his son back..!

Finally after a movie-hour of challenging waters, sharks, and other hurdles, they reach Sydney.

After some more adventures there is a father-son reunion, which is again a visual treat.

Switching off my laptop.. I stretched myself and comfortably got lost in thoughts.

Did I ever have a friend like Dory?
If I were Nemo, would someone come for me, this far?

6 comments:

  1. yeah.. I knw I am not supposed to write a comment for this one cos I was the one who laughed sarcastically asking u how a cartoon could be 'touching'!!! Loved this.. makes me wants to see the movie so badly.. :) And in case u dint knw YET, I would come for u, however far!

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  2. I would recommend everyone who goes through my blog to watch it :) Its one of the best movies Ive ever seen :)

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  3. Although I dont like animated movies, this write up makes me want to watch Finding nemo( I do have the soft toy version of nemo)..

    Am hooked to your blog

    Love,
    Jenny

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