Finding Dory (DVD)

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Pixar animated adventure sequel featuring the voice talents of Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks. Six months after the events of 'Finding Nemo' (2003) the forgetful Pacific regal blue tang fish Dory (DeGeneres) unexpectedly remembers something about her childhood which leads her on a journey to find her family, accompanied by clownfish Marlin (Brooks) and his son Nemo (Hayden Rolence). The film also features the voices of Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, Ty Burrell and Willem Dafoe. The film was nominated for the BAFTA for Best Animated Film.

Product Details

Movies & TV
28 Nov 2016
Region 2, Region 4, Region 5
English, Hindi, Italian
Secondary Languages
Walt Disney Studios Home Ent.
  • Interactive Menus
  • Scene Access
  • Commentary: Andrew Stanton (Director), Angus MacLane (Co-director), Lindsey Collins (Producer)
  • Other Documentary: 'Piper'
103 min
Age Restriction
Supply Source


Finding Dory
Release Year
Running Time
103 min
Working Title
Finding Nemo 2
Alternate Title
Finding Dory An IMAX 3D Experience
Childrens / Animated / Action / Adventure / Computer Animation / Family (General) / Kids Adventure / Parenthood
US Box Office
$632.0 million
Official Website
Rotten Tomatoes®
In this sequel to Pixar's 2003 smash hit FINDING NEMO, lovable, amnesiac blue tang Dory (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres) decides to go off in search of her long-lost parents. With the help of young clown fish Nemo (Hayden Rolence) and his dad Marlin (Albert Brooks), Dory heads for California and the Monterey Marine Life Institute, evading predators along the way as she hopes to find a place she can call home. Co-directed by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane, FINDING DORY also features the voice talents of Diane Keaton, Ty Burrell, Bill Hader, Ed O'Neill, Kaitlin Olson, Eugene Levy, Idris Elba, Dominic West, and Sigourney Weaver.
Poster for Finding Dory
Cast & Crew
Andrew Stanton
Diane Keaton / Albert Brooks / Torbin Xan Bullock / Ty Burrell / Willem Dafoe / Bennett Dammann / Idris Elba / Brad Garrett / Lucia Geddes / Alexander Gould / Bill Hader / Allison Janney / Eugene Levy / Vicki Lewis / Angus MacLane / Kate McKinnon / Sloane Murray / Ed O'Neill / Kaitlin Olson / Austin Pendleton / Bob Peterson / Jerome Ranft / John Ratzenberger / Katherine Ringgold / Hayden Rolence / Stephen Root / Andrew Stanton / Dominic West
Andrew Stanton / Victoria Strouse
Thomas Newman
Director of Photography
Jeremy Lasky
Andrew Stanton
Sound Re-Recording
Nathan Nance / Michael Semanick
Post-Production Supervisor
Paul Cichocki / Eric Pearson / Erick Ziegler
Music Director
Tom MacDougall
Production Manager/UPM
Becky Neiman-Cobb
Eric Anderson / Kevin Andrus / Brendan Beesley / Sequoia Blankenship / Shad Bradbury / James W. Brown / Adam Burke / Shaun Chacko / Guillaume Chartier / Michael Chia-Wei Chen / Andrew Coats / Brett Coderre / Carolina Lopez Dau / Paul F. Diaz / Claire Faggioli / Lance Fite / Joey Gilbreath / Andrew Gordon / Tomoyuki Harashima / Mark C. Harris / Travis Hathaway / Neil Helm / Patty Kihm / Ken Cole Kim / Shawn Krause / Bruce Kuei / John Chun Chiu Lee / Wendell Lee / Holger Leihe / Sara Maher / Matt Majers / Victor Navone / Dan Nguyen / Kevin O'Hara / Bret Parker / Bobby Podesta / Jayson Price / Adam Rodriguez / Manuel Zenon Rodriguez / Jaime Roe
Animation Supervisor
David Devan / Michael Stocker
Director of Animation
Robb Denovan / Michal Makarewicz
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"Voiced again, quite marvelously, by Ellen DeGeneres, Dory can’t hold onto a short-term memory for more than a few seconds, and that condition remains a strong source of both pathos and punchlines."
A.A. Dowd (14 Jun 2016, )
Boston Globe
"The best Pixar films maintain a level of emotional richness and truth to life as actually lived and felt that’s almost unknown in Hollywood movies, animated or otherwise. The title of FINDING DORY reminds us of that."
(16 Jun 2016, )
4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n emotionally complex, beautifully wrought piece of vintage Pixar that, 13 years after Finding Nemo, delivers a warmly familiar formula that still manages to hold hidden depths."
Empire Staff (15 Jun 2016, )
Hollywood Reporter
"[T]here's enough goofy, boisterous comedy produced by all these energetic characters to keep kids amused."
Todd McCarthy (10 Jun 2016, )
Los Angeles Times
"[T]here is a lot to admire in the animated DORY, including stunning undersea visuals and an ocean full of eccentric and engaging aquatic creatures."
Kenneth Turan (16 Jun 2016, )
New York Times
"FINDING DORY is a celebration of cognitive and physical differences. It argues, with lovely ingenuity and understatement, that what appear to be impairments might better be understood as strengths."
A. O. Scott (15 Jun 2016, )
3 stars out of 4 -- "[T]he follow-up has plenty of emotional hooks, some great lines and is no stinker....FINDING DORY is ultimately worth the voyage."
Susan Wloszczyna (17 Jun 2016, )
Rolling Stone
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Disability is a tough subject for a family film to take on, but FINDING DORY does it bravely and with courageous spirit."
Peter Travers (14 Jun 2016, )
The Atlantic
"A fledgling marine protagonist is cast out into the wide world to discover the dangers and possibilities of the ocean, in a dazzlingly beautiful and creative offering from Pixar."
Christopher Orr (17 Jun 2016, )
The Guardian
"It is a strikingly lovely picture: the palette of velvety blues is accented by facets of shimmering light. Thomas Newman’s score is equally well judged, emphasising the emotional but never drowning us in sentiment."
Wendy Ide (31 Jul 2016, )
"[I]ngeniously pleasing....It’s a film that spills over with laughs and tears, supporting characters who are meant to slay us with their irascible sharp tongues, and dizzyingly extended flights of physical comedy."
Owen Gleiberman (10 Jun 2016, )