It is well understood that Pixar sequels without out “toy” in the title are never as good as their predecessors. Where Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 elevated their franchises, both Cars 2 and Monsters University proved that, y’know, one movie really was enough. Into this current swims Finding Dory, a sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo that pivots focus to that film’s comedic sidekick, putting the memory-lapsed blue tang at the center of her own adventure. That was the same gimmick employed by Cars 2, which placed the tow truck Mater in the lead, but thankfully, Finding Dory is … Continue reading FINDING DORY [Review]