Spoiler: Cars didn't make the top spot.
The first family of the cinematic superhero world has returned in epic fashion.
Looking back at 2016, the films that have delivered the biggest numbers of admissions, with the exception of perhaps Finding Dory, have all outperformed expectations.
Image sourced from Aquarium Domain Max Size: 12" Minimum Tank Size: 150 gallons Difficulty: Moderate The Hippo Tang is quite
There was so much potential here. The central narrative - finding Dory's parents - was unavoidable. Any scriptwriter, nay, your neighbour or cat would have known this was the right step to take. The filler, however, disinterests me. Marlin and Nemo's subplots are bafflingly simple with no sense of wit or fun.
The other major disadvantage to the mainstream branding of social justice is that it's making the Right loathe us. From the point of view of a social conservative, social justice is the new normal in the public eye and especially on social media, meaning that their opinions appear sidelined, oppressed and unspeakable.
Anything centred around cute baby fish and lost parents is going to melt even the coldest of hearts on this exceptionally rainy August. Finding Dory truly is a recipe for waterworks, with the opening scene being pure Pixar magic.
Would you want this in your kids' bedroom?
A guy who bought his friend’s daughter a ‘Finding Dory’ lamp realised it wasn’t as “cute” as he initially thought. When he
2016 is proving to be the year of the sequel - from Bourne, Star Trek and Finding Dory to Ice Age and Independence Day - which has got me to wondering exactly what the ingredients of a great sequel are....