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Finding Nemo (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres & Willem Dafoe

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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  The best Blu-ray transfer you've ever seen!

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Disney and their Pixar movies especially are renowned for their quality in both how good the film is and the quality of the blu-ray transfer, Finding Nemo has exceeded all expectations and is a truly remarkable achievement in every way possible. Of course this is the highest selling DVD of all time, unfortunately the blu-ray doesn't have some of the special features contained in the DVD set but it does contain some brand new features that are quite enjoyable. The film was a remarkable achievement upon release, it won Oscars and made a ton of money, the film was lauded for the advancements it made in animated cinema and computer generated imagery, but the magic really lay in Disney's ability to tell a good heart-warming story. If you haven't seen the film you need to, it's one of, if not the best animated films you'll ever see, every character is lovable, and the fact they could make an innocent little girl the evil villain was genius.

The blu-ray itself is incredible, it's been a long time waiting for this to be released but it was so worth it. Every minute of the developers time seems to have been spent on analyzing every square inch of every single frame to remove any imperfection to give us the clearest, most colourful blu-ray experience to date. Pixar have produced some top quality blu-rays over the years and before this Toy Story 1-3 were incredible sets, they don't give us any of those generic menus (yes, that's you Universal) and pointless previews, the dynamic menus and colourful features really add to the regal look of the entire set. The film is colorful itself anyway, but the up-scaling and 1080p conversion has just made the film look even more magical, it's like a whole new experience. The only complaints I have on the blu-ray is that they didn't include many of the special features from the 2-disc DVD, but it seems like Disney/Pixar have put all of their time into developing the film transfer rather than the special features, which is fine by me.

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