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Old 06-11-2003, 11:05 AM   #11
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I saw a short bit about the movie on the disney channel one day and apparently the voice for the one DUDE turtle was the movies director.
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Y'all are making me want to see this thing quicker than I planned.

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Old 06-12-2003, 11:42 PM   #13
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I love that movie , saw it twice . The ending when the fish were floating in the bay .I laughed all the way home . I even jumped when they were in the deep deep with the glow fish . But i may be wrong i dont think its a disney movie . I think its made by pixel , They also made toy story.
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Pixar, but I think that is owned by Disney, not sure though.
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Fishfreek, talking whale was my favorite part too. I also went to McDonald's and bought the shark toy and out him on top of my computer at work!! "Grab shell, dude!"
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I loved it, I took my girlfriend to see it and she liked it to. The movie had plenty of humour in it to cater to Adults and of course I'm a big kid so I loved the humour meant for children also. Thumbs up to the animators and designers for such a realistic looking movie underwater. Sometimes I thought I was going to have to come up for air.
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Old 06-20-2003, 05:08 PM   #17
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Great movie and will see it over and over...DVD is on the list...
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Ok Ok I have seen it 3 times now .. Dude ....I can say every line in my sleep ... I loved sea turtles before , but now MAN I am hooked for sure!! The sea turtles were my favorite to , oh Oh I like Bloat too!! Yeah man .. and my son is disabled so it was cool for him to realte to Nemo... I give it 4 flippers up DUDE!!!
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Old 07-04-2003, 11:13 AM   #19
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I took my 3 year old daughter to see it. About 30 minutes into it she says " I am ready to go now." I said "No way!! Watch the fish, they're funny!" When the DVD comes out, I'm buying it for myself. A simply hilarious movie, with a good storyline.

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Old 07-22-2003, 06:29 PM   #20
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That movie was AWESOME!!! I've seen it 2 times now, and I am sure to buy the DVD as soon as it comes out . . . it was really really great. The sea turtles were my favorites, but I was really happy to see the Humpback whale (my favorite whale) and how realistic everything seemed (yes, like the specks in the water). The sharks were funny, too, and I was startled in the beginning with the speed of the barracuda . . . I mean, they did a stellar job on it! My sister said she laughed so hard she cried during the scene that-- well, I can't describe it in full, as it would give away too much for all the non-viewers, but it's when Darla's in the dentist's chair and Nigel's flying around. She (my sis) loved the movie, and this is from someone who doesn't really like animals that much. (I asked her what she thought about the fish, and she was like, "well, they were pretty . . . " *sigh* Oh well, you can't win them all!) So that was a wonderful wonderful wonderful movie; an instant favorite; can't wait to see it again. 8O I highly recommend it!
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