Andrew Stanton

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  • Finding Dory: An Analysis Of Disney's Finding Nemo

    Thirteen years ago, Disney’s Finding Nemo swam into the minds and hearts of millions of moviegoers across the globe. The film featured a tiny, lovable Clownfish, surrounded by cast of endearing friends and family, that was ripped from his home - leading to one of the most inspiring and beloved adventures of a generation. Now, it’s one of Nemo’s friends, Dory, that’s in need of “finding” - as one of the summer’s (and year’s) most highly anticipated movies brings back everyone’s favorite sea dwellers... In Disney’s animated sequel/spin-off, Finding Dory, written and directed by Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, Wall-E), Ellen DeGeneres reprises her role as the voice of Dory, a Pacific regal blue tang that suffers from short term memory loss.…

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  • Finding Dory Essay

    continue life freely, together as a family. Thus, Dory has a new outlook on life with her extended family, regaining more and more of her memory each day. This movie captures Dory’s transformation as a character through her trials of locating her parents, saving her friends, and facing the emotional turmoil of such events. As her friends help her reach her primary goal, Dory realizes that the true meaning of family does not lie in biology, as in her parents only, but in those other friends…

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  • Chapter Summary: The Life Along The Great Barrier Reef

    The life along the Great Barrier Reef is full of danger and Marlin, a single parent clown fish, has to protect his son, Nemo. As the time starts for school his dad nervously accompanies him and agonized over his every move. Nemo defies his father and swims to the reef's awesome “drop off” to investigate a boat. Suddenly he gets scooped up by a diver and Marlin helplessly watches the happening. Marlin frantically swims off in search of his son. As he passes a school of fish, he suddenly bumps…

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  • Lost In The Waves Analysis

    In the long narrative “Lost In the Waves” a dad and son gets swept out to sea by the current. His son Christopher has autism so it makes him harder to control and he has fits of uncontrollable actions such as scratching biting etc. Walt’s ex wife Robyn and her new husband Ed told him not to take Christopher to the beach that day. But Walt did not heed their warning. At first Walt was too proud and thought that he had everything under control when in reality he did not. People offered to help him…

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  • How To Raise A Child In The Little Mermaid

    When a couple decides, it is time to move forward with their relationship and have a child, the times that follow cannot be so great. Raising a child can be extremely stressful for the parents. This action causes parents to be overprotective and sometimes it causes the parents to put strict boundaries on the child. They put the unreasonable boundaries on the child because of pervious life experiences, losing family members or friends or even just the simple fear of the child getting hurt or…

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  • Reflection On The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

    After taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) on a multiple of times, my constant result were the four letters ISFJ. Each letter stands for introvert, sensing, feeling, and judging. Personally, to greatly understand an ISFJ, the website describes us as, “… characteristically [being] humble and unassuming, and rarely call attention to themselves. They can often be found offering assistance to others in a modest, understated way. They are loyal and…

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  • Wart Want To Become A Fish Analysis

    During the season of water lilies, Wart says that he would like to be a fish, specifically a perch, because they are braver than the roach and not as mean as the pike. Merlyn casts a spell and a man with an anchor tattooed on his stomach appears, and pointed his trident at Wart causing him to turn into a fish. Merlyn tells him for this once, he will go with him during his transformation as a tench fish of about five pounds and leather colored with small scales. To move, Wart must do jack knives…

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  • Symbolism In Finding Nemo

    Nemo is the hero in the movie “Finding Nemo” because he starts of in an ordinary world. He accomplishes his goal to get out of the fish tank in returns and his life forever changed. In the beginning Nemo starts of in an anemone with his dad Marlin in an ordinarary world. He goes to school. Plays with his friends, and rids on a stingray, but his dad is too overprotective. Nemo feels that his dad is being very overprotective, so he goes to the call to adventure and touches an anchor of a boat.…

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  • Finding Nemo: Movie Analysis

    The movie Finding Nemo starts out with Marlin and his wife, who are both clownfish, talking about their future in the Great Barrier Reef which they have made their new home and their eggs. Soon a barracuda attacks their home and Marlin is left unconscious. When he is finally awaken, he realizes that his wife and their eggs are gone except one. When the little clownfish is born he names him Nemo. Nemo is born with his right fin smaller than his left because there was damage to his egg when the…

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  • Father In Finding Nemo

    Finding Nemo is a 2003 animated film released created by Pixar. In the beginning of the movie, Marlin, a clownfish, and his wife, Coral, greet their many almost born fish in the anemone before a barracuda attacks their home, killing his wife and most of their unborn eggs. The attack not only leaves Marlin distraught over the loss of his love, but leaves him a single father once he discovers that one egg survived. Because of the horrific attack that left Marlin permanently scarred, he plays the…

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