pixar's finding nemo

Disney Fathers

A father loves you

Originally posted by fydisneymisfits

He teaches you about the world

Originally posted by crvstal-chaos

He loves spending time with you

Originally posted by sir-maximillian-goof

He loves to make you smile and laugh

Originally posted by ari-inwonderland

And being your father makes him smile

Originally posted by pocdisneys

He watches over you

Originally posted by disneyasastrology

He is always ready to protect you

Originally posted by normvni

And he will fight to keep you safe

Originally posted by all-things-disney-gifs

He gives you advice when you need it

Originally posted by great-circleoflife

And is there for you when you’re sad

He helps you find out who you are

Originally posted by that-was-falling-with-style

And he learns from you as well

Originally posted by marchennotarmaso

He supports you and your dreams

Even when no one else does

Originally posted by the-light-of-animation

He wants you to achieve your goals and fly

And he is proud when you succeed 

No matter how far you go, he’ll be there when you return

Originally posted by dianekeatonfan

No matter how long you were gone

He prepares you for the world as best he can

Originally posted by theavatar

And lets you go explore it

Originally posted by letstalkaboutdisney

No matter what, he will always love you

Originally posted by dehaans

The one that raised you might not have been a true father

Originally posted by datamarluxia

But somewhere in the world you will find a father

Originally posted by starrattlerofprydain

Your father might be a brother

Originally posted by disneyasastrology

Or a teacher

Originally posted by tana-the-dreamchaser

Or a stepdad

Or a friend

But they will be there for you

Originally posted by healthyhappysexywealthy

And they will love you

Originally posted by little-sleepingkitten

And support you

Originally posted by louellasboilerroom

And you will find them 

Because everyone has a father somewhere

music from pixar movies
  • toy story: Randy Newman™️
  • a bug's life: Still Randy Newman™️
  • toy story 2: Randy Newman™️ but more depressing
  • monsters inc.: still fucking randy newman
  • finding nemo: way too upbeat and swingy for the movie
  • the incredibles: hype
  • cars: you can say you hate country music but this movie will physically transform you into samuel timothy mcgraw
  • ratatouille: so pretty you don't even care that you have no idea what she's saying
  • wall-e: cures my anxiety
  • up: 40s aesthetic but without the overt racism
  • toy story 3: Randy Newman but bouncier
  • cars 2: literally just listing american and british stereotypes
  • brave: daughter of a mumford
  • monsters university: roar isn't gonna be dated nope not one bit
  • inside out: elevator music that makes me cry
  • the good dinosaur: i haven't heard any of it recently so i don't have a joke but it'll probably make you cry
  • finding dory: sia made a funny
  • cars 3: a 90 minute funeral march probably
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Pixar’s Finding Nemo was first released on May 30, 2003, and surpassed The Lion King as the highest-grossing animated film of the time.

Andrew Stanton pitched his idea and story to Pixar head John Lasseter in an hour-long session, using elaborate visual aids and character voices. At the end of it, the exhausted Stanton asked Lasseter what he thought, to which Lasseter replied, “You had me at ‘fish’.” (x)

In Finding Nemo, Nigel is a kind, friendly pelican voiced by … holy shit, Geoffrey Rush?! Captain Barbossa?! How? 

Anyway, Nigel is good friends with some fish who live in the dentist’s office where Nemo ends up trapped. When he runs into Nemo’s dad (Marlin), Nigel agrees to help him bust Nemo out of the dentist jail instead of, you know, ripping him from fin to fin and eating him alive, like any other pelican would.

However, unbeknownst to Nigel and Marlin, Nemo was already planning an escape of his own. When Nigel and Marlin arrive, they see Nemo floating upside down and looking to all the world like a dead-ass fish. Of course, Nemo’s only faking it so he’ll get flushed down the toilet and into sweet, stinky freedom … but Nigel doesn’t know that.

And while Marlin eventually reunites with Nemo, Nigel never learns the truth. Discounting a short cameo in the credits (which is probably not in continuity, since birds can’t breathe underwater), the last time we see Nigel he’s telling Marlin, “I’m so sorry.” It’s pretty clear that Nigel blames himself for the botched rescue attempt. He didn’t get there in time, and now a child is dead (remember – in this world, everything is a person). And it gets worse – as seen in the final scene of the movie, the rest of the fish at the dentist’s office also manage to escape. The next time Nigel returns to say hey to his friends, they’ll all be gone. As far as he knows, that satanic girl with the braces murdered every single one of them.

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