Monday, December 15, 2003

Finding Nemo

Barbara Nicolosi has a review with some interpretive elements: “It was brave of Finding Nemo to buck this formula and make the kid’s story a sub-plot to the adult’s story. The main emphasis in the film is on Marlin, and his struggle to become a better parent despite his own woundedness. This is a good message to put out there for kids to brood over. The idea that parents are people too with sadness, fear and suffering might make kids a little less demanding and a little more tender towards their Moms and Dads.” Also some thoughts on the real bad guy. (Catholic Exchange, 4 Nov 2003)

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