Disney is so adept at telling stories about relationships. The Little Mermaid was for fathers and daughters while Finding Nemo and The Lion King are father son stories. The is about life after the loss of a father while Nemo is temporarily separated from his only to eventually be reunited following a series of adventurous mishaps. Like most Disney flicks, character development is supreme and there are plenty of new and lovably interesting new ones from the sting ray bus/driver to the wise and weathered captive Angel fish Gill. There's hardly a dull moment from the time Nemo is captured until his father, accompanied by the forgetful and flighty Dory (ingenuously voiced over by Ellen DiGeneris). I hadn't seen this in a long time since the days past when my now 19 year old son and I would repeatedly watch this. Today, on Father's Day eve, I watched it with my only grandson.