Finding Nemo (2003) is one of Disney-Pixar Studios' animated movies that features a cast of stars providing voices for different fish. Albert Brooks stars as Marvin, a clown fish raising his son Nemo on his own after his wife passes away durring a larger fish's invasion of their home. Since he is a single father, who is very neurotic, he is incredibly over protective of his son, and on Nemo's first day of school he tries to prove to his new friends that he is brave, and swims off too far. When Marvin realises this, he goes off to find his son, and meets many new fish and sea creatures, including Dory, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, an absent minded fish who might know how to find his son. Geffory Rush, Allison Janney, and Willem Dafoe also lend their voices to this wonderful family friendly movie. I really enjoy all movies made by Pixar, and this is deffinatly one of them. The story is great, and I think the actors were cast very well as the types of fish they ended up being. The special features, like most Disney Pixar films, are great and plentiful, including commentary tracks, short cartoons from Pixar, and deleted scenes and "bloopers."