Dazzling and hilarious sequel is beautiful and entertaining and sweet but has some scares and creepy scenes.
This outstanding and uplifting sequel took 13 years to make, from when Finding Nemo hit theater's to now, but this movie takes place one year after Marlin the clownfish went across the ocean looking for his son Nemo with the help of Dory, the forgetful fish. Everything is going amazing for the friends/neighbors until Dory has a flashback to when she was a little fish, and remembers she had parents until she got lost, and could never find them again. Once she realizes she used to live on the California coast, she begs Nemo and Marlin to help her find her family. Thanks to the awesome sea turtles, Nemo, Marlin, and Dory or at the California coast quickly, but they're broke apart when scientists rescue Dory and put a tag on her. Now, Dory's missions are to find her parents, but also to find Marlin and Nemo, which will be interrupted by many challenges. While in a huge aquarium type place, Dory must befriend some sea creatures, including a nice, friendly octopus named Hank to help her find Nemo, and Marlin, but also find her parents. But, for Marlin and Nemo, they befriend two seals to help them find Dory. Will Dory find her parents? Will Marlin and Nemo find Dory? How will this magical tale end? Violence 3/5: This family movie is, although not violent, has some intense scenes featuring a lost Dory, and the friends being chased by some angry animals. Fish are thrown around rooms, and nearly suffocate from not being in the water. An angry, giant squid is seen chasing Dory, Marlin, and Nemo, and nearly eats Nemo. Cop cars get into accidents which include a car bumping into and smashing a man (not injured), and a truck flying through the air, nearly crushing fish. Sad tone when Dory is seen lost. Sexual content and nudity 1/5: There is no sexual content or nudity, but in one hilarious scene, Dory is seen assisting the teacher stingray, and he says "let's have this talk," and Dory briefly starts to talk about how when a mommy and a daddy love each other, and so on. Some brief, non-explicit innuendo. Language 2/5: Language is very infrequent, and there are no serious cursing, but viewers will hear "suck it," "crap," and even, "damn," but nothing too strong. Drinking and drugs 0/5. This family sequel is outstandingly entertaining, hilarious, beautiful, and gives a huge message about family, friendship, and never giving up. My rating:PG for mild thematic elements, brief language, and some action.