Swimming, swimming, swimming… It’s something that blue tang Dory is ace at. This is no great surprise, of course, for she is a fish. One thing she’s not great at, unfortunately, is remembering stuff, and this is at the heart of this sequel to 2003’s much loved Finding Nemo. It’s a year since we last caught up (fish years must be different to human ones), and Dory has become a part of Marlin and Nemo’s family. While accompanying Nemo in class one day, Dory has a flashback, briefly remembering that she has a family herself. So, she has to go and look for them right? Of course! Unfortunately, however, her forgetfulness proves to be a barrier. Luckily she has friends likes Marlin and Nemo, who vow to accompany her on her quest. A quick ride from Crush (dude!) and they’re on their way to where Dory thinks she came from. But naturally events conspire to make the journey more difficult than any of them had ever imagined. Pixar don’t always nail sequels, but they’ve really hit the hammerhead on the nail here. Or, uh, something like that.