Finding Nemo Vs Finding Dory

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A thirteen-year difference lies between two connected Pixar movies that both involve a soul finding their way home. Finding Dory begins with brief flashbacks of the previous movie Finding Nemo and then picks up a year after its ending. Instead of the movie being centered on the journey of crossing the ocean like Finding Nemo, Finding Dory is more centered on Dory’s journey inside the aquarium. Most people remember watching Finding Nemo as a child, now with the sequel finally premiered, the childhood story can now continue in the minds of its supporters. The movie Finding Dory brought in $422.5 million, which pushed it to be the biggest hit in Pixar history, but is it worth the money to watch (Singer, 2016)?
One of Finding Dory’s main features
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Finding Dory may portray a message about a family’s love, but it isn’t. It is really about living with a disability (Robinson, 2016). If you look closer into the characters, you will see that most have something wrong with them, but they are living a wonderful life anyway. For example, Nemo has a limp fin but he still has a normal life and is not “thrown off course.” Along with Nemo, Dory as you know, suffers from short-term memory loss. This obstruction in her life has made it difficult for her, but she found a new loving family with Marlin and Nemo. In the beginning of the movie, Dory’s memory starts to come back in small flashbacks and she remembers a glimpse of her family. After this epiphany, she is determined to find her mom and dad. Marlin and Nemo are very supportive of her decision and they travel across the ocean once again, but this time, it is for Dory. When they reach the aquarium, Dory meets Hank the octopus who has seven tentacles instead of eight, and Dory’s old pipe pal Destiny can’t see properly. She constantly bumps into the aquarium walls because she is drastically near sighted. Even though all of these main characters are disabled, they still live out their life with loving friends. Not all disabilities are corrigible, but they are feasible to overcome with family and friends by your

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