Finding Dory is an underwhelming addition to Pixar’s roster of classics. It moves at such a brake-neck pace that it leaves the arch of the protagonist, Dory, behind.
The Story: Dory loses her parents at a young age. We’re entreated to what they’re like through several flashbacks. Funnily enough, each one of these forced memories entails the parents teaching Dory a lesson on “How not to get lost.” Chalk it up to poor parenting, I guess.