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Finding Dory [Blu-ray]
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From the Academy Award(R)-winning creators of Disney-Pixar's FINDING NEMO (Best Animated Feature, 2003) comes an epic undersea adventure filled with imagination, humor and heart. When Dory, the forgetful blue tang (Ellen DeGeneres), suddenly remembers she has a family who may be looking for her, she, Marlin (Albert Brooks) and Nemo (Hayden Rolence) take off on a life-changing quest to find them...with help from Hank, a cantankerous octopus; Bailey, a beluga whale who's convinced his biological sonar skills are on the fritz' and Destiny, a nearsighted whale shark! Bring home the movie overflowing with unforgettable characters, dazzling animation and gallons of bonus extras!
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Here's the thing. I am mentally ill. It is a chronic, progressive illness, and it affects me both cognitively and emotionally. I never see movies where a character--let alone a loveable main character--is cognitively impaired, or disabled, and did not spend the entirety of the movie being so brave for dealing with their disability, or being reduced to a tragic character. The people around Dory, too, aren't portrayed as brave or burdened by her condition, either. They make concessions for her, but they're only finding ways to interact with her that will keep her safe and happy without babying her. I am getting sicker. It has become evident that I may become so ill that I will not be able to live alone. Dory cannot live alone; she needs the people who love her to help her. But they don't mind. They don't suffer. They remodel their lives to fit her into it, and they do it because they love her. I cannot express how seeing this in media made me feel. Like my illness didn't mean that I was wrong, just different. That I wasn't a burden on the people around me; they change their lives for me the way I change my life for them, and for the same reason--because that's what you do for people you love. So maybe "Finding Nemo" is a better movie. But "Finding Dory" is a more *important* movie.
They have a ton of extra materials on the blu rays. From varoious interviews with cast and crew to a lot of the behind the scenes details. It was enjoyable learning that they made Hank a septapus rather than an octopus because he was the most complex creature they ever animated, and doing so nearly crashed the system. So having one less tentacle to animate made him easier to deal with.
My son and I really loved the "computer errors" and the visual glitches. It's short, but has some great glitches where people are turned inside out or upside down. Anyone who has done computer graphics will relate to this.
They even have a short "Emoji" version of Finding Nemo that's cute, telling the whole story of Finding Nemo using emojis...
And a "Fish Schticks" extra is cute too. Animators having a little fun, similar to how they goof off with "outtakes" from some of the pixar movies. But it's not as good as the outtakes though, and I wish they had done them for this.
They even have animations you can leave on the TV as background sets from the movie that your TV will show as if it's a screensaver, until you select back out of it. Think of an aquatic version of the fireplace DVD some people like to use around the holidays.
And, of course, the deleted scenes are always so much fun to see, becuase often they're directions the movie never went, or sometimes they just give a little more background. Some are just black and white outline animations, there's soem black and white outline ones with a bit of color here and there... One is totally finished including the score and lighting (the sleep swimming scene we saw in the first trailer that didn't make it to the movie), and the rest are in between...
Another interesting bit are the various movie intros they did trying to find the right way to start the movie.
The sound is outstanding, and the video quality is awesome upscaled to our 4K TV... Especially the short "Piper" which is just visually stunning.
The 3D looks good as well, despite this not being something you'd normally think of being a huge 3D movie...
If you liked the movie, and have blu ray capability, this is the set to get...
The delivery was on time, when posted to come to me.
Highly recommend to get this one in your library of movies! Worth a repeat look...
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