Finding Dory: It’s a Sweet Story About Family and Wanting to Fit In

Has it really been 13 years since the release of FINDING NEMO? Finally, a sequel to a Disney•Pixar favorite is coming to theaters on June 17th!

A Family Movie in the Truest Sense – FINDING DORY Movie Review

Finding Dory Movie Poster

A Family Movie in the Truest Sense – FINDING DORY Movie Review

A Family Movie in the Truest Sense – FINDING DORY Movie Review

Disney•Pixar’s FINDING DORY reunites everyone’s favorite forgetful blue tang, Dory, with her friends Nemo and Marlin on a search for answers about her past. What can she remember? Who are her parents? And where did she learn to speak Whale? Directed by Andrew Stanton and produced by Lindsey Collins, the film features the voices of Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton.

“It’s a sweet story. It’s a story about family and wanting to fit in – wanting to do something that you don’t think you’re ever going to do but all of a sudden you realize I’m gonna do this and I can do this.” – Ellen DeGeneres describing what FINDING DORY is about.

Watch Ellen’s interview below (courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture) as she talks about her role as Dory, new characters and answers ‘What would Dory do?’.

 

FINDING DORY Trailer

 

FINDING DORY Screening Pass Giveaway

6/17/16 UPDATE: THIS GIVEAWAY ALREADY ENDED

I have Family Four-Packs to giveaway for Monday night’s 3D screening! For a chance to win, leave a comment below telling us what your family means to you.

For additional entries, share on social media:

A photo of your family or what reminds you of your family using the hashtag #FindingDory AND tag @QueMeansWhat. Come back and leave the link to your social media post in the comments.

FINDING DORY 3D San Antonio Screening:
Monday, June 13, 2016
7:00PM
Santikos Palladium 19
17703 WEST I-10
SAN ANTONIO, TX 78257

Winners will be notified via the email used to leave a comment. Winners are responsible for meeting me on Sunday at a disclosed location to pick up tickets. I will send you the information via email. The prizes have been provided to Que Means What for this giveaway. Contest ends Saturday 5 p.m. CST.

Melanie Mendez-Gonzales

Original content creator for ¿Qué Means What? Texas Latina mom blogger celebrating culture in education, entertainment and family life.

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22 Responses

  1. Laura Flores says:

    EVERYTHING!!!

  2. Michelle Cantu says:

    My family means the world to me and I put them first, always. I am very careful on who I let into my circle, since it’s always family first.

  3. Veronica Nino says:

    My family is my life. They are always there for me and I know they will always have my back in good and bad times. 😄

  4. Martha Nino says:

    My family are the people that mean everything to me. They are the people I cherish and love unconditionally.

  5. Mariel robles says:

    Mi familia significa todo para mi, es mi guia para la vida. Siempre que mi familia esta bien, me impulsa para dar Lo Mejor de mi en todos los aspectos de mi Vida.

  6. Valarie Salas says:

    My family is everything to me. I was blessed with an amazing hardworking man and together we have a beautiful precious little girl who is our sunshine even on a rainy day. I also have an awesome 8 year old niece who is dear to our hearts..a second daughter to us and big sister/cousin to my babygirl. My life is complete with them <3

  7. Laura Serrata says:

    Family is sticking together and making memories .. They are my rock and we support each other and give unconditional love no matter what ❤️❤️

  8. When I was younger I use to compare my “family” life to my friends family life. I never really felt that mine was equal to theirs. A life of comparison will never give you fulfillment. Now that I am older I understand that it is the journey I create for not only my own family but for those who are with us . Whether it be my children’s friends, neighbors, or my church family. It’s the people who we choose to love or show kindness to that makes the word “family” a word of love.

    • Melanie Mendez-Gonzales says:

      Stacey, that is so true. I used to do the same. Now, I can’t imagine having anyone else’s family but mine. Thank you for sharing!

  9. roger matta says:

    My family means the world to me we are our support system through good, bad times and everything in between a family that prays together stays together. twitter rogermatta@rmatta1.

  10. hope seda says:

    My Family is the rock to my foundation we depend on each other for guidance, strength,love and most of all being there for each other. facebook.com hope seda

  11. janie matta says:

    My family means to me more than words can express, its joy, love, memories as we age but most of all at the end its one love.

  12. Rita says:

    My family means everything to me. They drive me crazy sometimes, but I love them.

  13. Christina Sanchez says:

    There are no words in what my family means to me. We support each other through thick and thin. My children support each through any crisis they may have. It’s beautiful to watch. Differently would be lost without them. I am blessed to have watch my grown children become such great men. Even grown they always find their way home to visit. My 11yr old daughter looks up to them. Thank God for my 4 blessing named Noah, Brandon, Nichokas and Shelby.

  14. Christine K says:

    Family means everything. My children and husband are the catalyst for personal change, growth, and development and, together, our relationship fills all of our lives with love and laughter.

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