Finding nemo blu-ray £7.99 @ Base.com
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Finding nemo blu-ray £7.99 @ Base.com

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Found 1st Dec 2013
FINDING NEMO, directed by Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich, follows Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks), an overprotective clown fish father, as he desperately searches the sea for his missing son, Nemo (Alexander Gould). Marlin's journey leads him beyond the Great Barrier Reef into deeper and darker waters, where he meets Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), a forgetful yet optimistic blue tang, and a number of not-so-friendly--and often very hungry--aquatic creatures. Meanwhile, little Nemo finds himself in a dentist's fish tank in Sydney, Australia, along with other underwater captives, including Gill (Willem Dafoe), the group's scarred Moorish idol leader. As Nemo works with his new friends on a plan to escape their tank, Marlin and Dory swim closer, but they'll need more than just fins to get into the dentist's office.

This fifth computer-animated outing by Pixar continues the company's remarkable winning streak that began with TOY STORY. Like other Pixar films, FINDING NEMO features a story with heart--this time, a father-and-son tale--and thoroughly charming leads--in this case, Marlin, Nemo, and Dory. And, of course, there's an army of fascinating supporting characters, including Bruce (Barry Humphries), a great white shark on a no-fish diet; Crush (director/screenwriter Stanton), a surfer-dude sea turtle; Peach (Allison Janney), a stuck-to-the-aquarium starfish; and Nigel (Geoffrey Rush), a bold pelican. However, what truly distinguishes NEMO from even its CGI cousins is its stunning depiction of aquatic life, from the colourful creatures on a coral reef to a blue whale on the vast expanse of the open ocean. By combining the aesthetic of a National Geographic marine life documentary with clever jokes and Hitchcock references, NEMO succeeds in its bid to up the ante for animated films yet again. And be sure to watch the credits or you just might miss something!

9 Comments

rather pay 2 quid extra and get 3d and 2d

ashmac

rather pay 2 quid extra and get 3d and 2d



Not worth paying 2 quid more if not got a 3d tv though

ashmac

rather pay 2 quid extra and get 3d and 2d


Where can you get the 3d version for £10?

ashmac

rather pay 2 quid extra and get 3d and 2d



that was only during the amazon black friday sale which has been and gone. the 3d versions £17-£20

i got this for 7.99 when i posted it a week or so ago then ended up with the 3d one from black friday

£14.29 :\

Damn.

Now showing up again at £7.99

Must have been a rift in the time-space continuum.

Alexisonfire

£14.29 :\



Back to this again.


ardove

Now showing up again at £7.99 Must have been a rift in the time-space … Now showing up again at £7.99 Must have been a rift in the time-space continuum.



Maybe it's a space time pendulum?
Edited by: "danston" 2nd Dec 2013

Alasdair91

Where can you get the 3d version for £10?



It was on Amazon's Black Friday deals last week.
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