3D keeps getting better and better and Pixar is amazing. Last weekend I took the family to watch and early screening of Finding Nemo 3D. It was bigger, brighter and a little scarier.
Miles said, “I loved all the funny parts” age four
Zoe said, “I loved the whale” age five
I loved how fantastic it looked in 3D.
While I was watching Finding Nemo I found myself repeating many of the lines as I’ve seen it so many times. I was wondering while I sat there in the audience listening to everyone laugh if there are still people out there that haven’t seen the movie. Just in case you haven’t seen the movie I’ll give you a quick synopsis.
Finding Nemo is about Nemo, he was born with a gimpy gill after his mother and all his brothers and sisters were killed by a shark. His father then determined to keep his only family member alive over protected him as a child. The first opportunity Nemo was given to get into trouble he got into BIG MAJOR OH NO HE’s SWIMMING OUT TO SEA kind of trouble. On his way back he was captured by a sea diver. The diver puts him into a fish tank and his goal becomes getting out while his father’s goal is to find him. Marlin (Nemo’s dad) has to cross the ocean suddenly living life again to learn how to let go and let his son grow up naturally. Are they reunited? Go watch Finding Nemo 3D to find out.
The 3D isn’t as good as Brave but it’s still really impressive. The fish look so good, all of the scenes come out at you but don’t over do it either. It’s a perfect combination of art in 3D.
Now you can take the fun home with you and your family with these Finding Nemo coloring pages:
or these Finding Nemo activity pages
We were allowed to see an early preview as a family.