Finding Nemo Collectors Edition
It has been some time since I last saw
Finding Nemo. So I jumped at the opportunity to cover and review Finding
Nemo Collector's Edition on Blu-ray and DVD. The film itself is only
part of the entertainment value in this three disc package. The bonus
features are absolutely fantastic.
I loved the Round Table bonus feature in Finding Nemo Collector's Edition the most. Mainly because it reminded me of many of the things that were being said about this movie before it launched. The Aquariums are wonderful relaxation tools for all ages of the family. And there are different ones to enjoy as well.
I remember when our first born son would watch Finding Nemo over and over again. He has grown and is no longer as interested in it. Maybe in a few more years he will come back around. I marveled at the depth of emotion in Finding Nemo Collector's Edition. There is a whole range of emotions from start to finish.
Finding Nemo Collector's Edition starts out with a young clown fish couple who are about to be parents. Nature can be cruel though as a predator kills the female, hurts the male, and eats all the eggs but one. That one is damaged slightly. Which leads to one small fin - his lucky fin.
Finding Nemo Collector's Edition brings forth so many important issues. One of them is how we handle those with disabilities and handicaps. Tragedy effects us in lasting ways. Determining when our children are ready to do things for themselves. Family is very important.
The whole sharks part of Finding Nemo Collector's Edition is a little odd. I appreciate a predator not wanting to eat others for their sustenance. But that is how God designed them. How exactly would they sustain their mass if they were not eating fish? As you can see Finding Nemo Collector's Edition brings up some intellectual moments and thoughts.
There is a short moment of a little bit of blood in Finding Nemo Collector's Edition. There are also a couple of scary scenes. The characters survive those moments of peril. They can be used to explain to children how dangerous animals can be. We can not reason with them like another human.
Family Friendly Factor: 90%
Rating: ‘G’ - General Audiences
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