Finding Nemo's Best Joke
Finding Nemo; Marlin and Dory about becoming more easygoing and trusting, he gets tested again when the pair get swallowed by a whale. Marlin enacts his son's social exclusion, continually embarrasses and frustrates the willful Nemo, and causes rifts in their relationship. Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), a lively blue tang who becomes Marlin's sidekick on the quest for Nemo's rescue, of disability are tested and disproved and the protagonist's triumph is enabled. Marlin talks to Dory and others in Finding Nemo When Pixar started doing tests to create their first underwater environments, animators.
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Of course, there are a few more obstacles to overcome. A lesser movie studio would have Marlin and Dory unite at that moment, but it takes the return of Nemo to bring the two fish together again. When Dory gets swept into a fishing net with a school of grouper-types, Nemo hatches a strategy to save her and the rest of the fish.
Marlin hesitates, knowing he may lose his son again. But when she gets the news her parents are most likely dead, she doesn't even hear Marlin's gentle attempts to calm her, too distraught, and when he finds her missing his face drops, possibly thinking she is dead from being dropped on the floor Dory shows incredible concern for Marlin and his son after she reunites with her parents and suddenly remembers he's still in the truck.
When she comes back to rescue them, he smiles as she comes back and tells him and his son that they are family, and when Dory tells him she missed them he replies he missed her too.
When Becky rescued Marlin and his son but not Dory, he instantly tried to send Becky back. And then cries out for her as the truck drives away with her inside. He is happy when she escapes once again. In the end of Finding Dory he playfully joins in a game of hide and seek with her. But after the game is over and Dory announces she's going to the drop off, he can't control his anxiety and worry for her and follows her, relaxing as she is only looking at the view, and he enjoys it too, by her side.
Nemo Dory has motherly relationship with Nemo. When the two met, she was relieved to find someone with kindness, and offered to help him look for his father, although she didn't remember she was looking for him too. When she recovered her memories of the journey, she hugged Nemo tight and instantly tried to get him to his father.
He risks his life to save her from the net. After he is reunited with Marlin and the two are free from the net, she is shown to have a good relationship with him, saying goodbye to him as he leaves for school.
In Finding Dory, their bond is much closer. Dory has a deep caring relationship, almost like a mother. When they are on the field trip and she continuously forgets, she gains help from him, and when she is sucked into the undertow of the stingrays, he cries out her name in worry and is the first fish to be close to her as she regains consciousness. When she remembers her family, he wants to help in any way he can, and encourages her to be herself.
She shows great concern after the giant squid attack, ready to get help at a moment's notice. When she is taken, she calls out both to Marlin and Nemo, while they both watch in horror. Nemo also defends her forgetfulness to his own father, expressing his disappointment and disgust at Marlin's harsh words to her before she got taken.
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When she meets with them in the pipes, she expresses joy at finding them both, and while Dory is singing softly to herself and swimming, Nemo laments that he has to say goodbye to Dory, possibly because Dory is the closest thing he's gotten to a mother figure.
She says he should trust her, something that friends do, but Marlin distracts her anyway and convinces her to go up. They play a game to get out, bouncing on the domed heads, but Dory is eventually struck and knocked unconscious forcing Marlin to make a desperate rescue and escape.
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It leaves her with a scar on her left side. Unsure where to go, they swim in circles until Marlin panics and wants to head for the surface.
Dory stops him and tells him all they need to do is ask for directions. Spotting a shadowy figure in the distance, she beckons, but Marlin hushes her and demands she stop, fearing that whatever that creature is in the distance could ingest them and spit out their bones.
The words harken back to the trench, and seeing her scar as a reminder of his failure to listen before, he lets her continue and soon enough, a massive minke whale appears.
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She cries out that he must let go, that everything will be alright, and at last he does. All she knows is the present, and for her, it brings her joy, to see the world fresh with every passing few minutes.
Marlin is a box of stress, a fish living in the past, haunted by a tragedy that has shaped his every move or lack thereof.