When I first heard about this movie I thought, “Does Finding Nemo really need a sequel?” After seeing this… I am still asking the same question.
Finding Dory is the follow up to Finding Nemo and tells the story of Dory trying to find her family. With Marlin and Nemo in tow along with some new friends, adventures ensue, mostly taking place inside an aquarium.
I’m throwing another curveball at you this week. Despite teasing Top 10 Westerns at the end of last week’s Top 10, I decided I needed to watch more of those before compiling that list. So instead I’m going with something very different- Top 10 Rescue Movies, with Chris Pine’s The Finest Hours coming out this weekend. My criteria for this list was pretty simple; any movie that I see as a movie involving a rescue of some sort. Some notable movies are missing. For example, you won’t find Die Hard on this list, something I’m sure will shock all of you since I usually don’t miss an opportunity to put Die Hard on any list. However, I’ve never viewed that as a rescue movie despite the fact that it technically would be. Anyway let’s get to the list:
Top 10 lists will be a list of 10 movies that will be published once a week and will either have to do with a movie coming out that week or just what I want to do at the time.
A while back I made a Top 10 Animated Movies list (check it out here), which is actually my most viewed post ever and it’s not even that close. But after seeing The Good Dinosaur last week, I decided that Pixar deserved its own list. So after looking at the movies coming out this week and not being able to come up with a suitable topic, I decided this week was perfect to do it. I’ve rewatched a bunch of these and some have shuffled positions from where they were on the animated movies list. Without further ado, let’s get to it.