A review of Pixars next film Finding Nemo has shown up on Aint It Cool News. The generally favorable review descirbes the rough cut (meaning there were storyboards in many places instead of finished animation) as a good film, just not the very best Pixar film. The review concludes: its impossible to accurately gauge FINDING NEMOs place in the Pixar pantheon. While there doesnt appear to be a jaw-dropping set-piece on the scale of the door chase from MONSTERS, INC., there are some nicely profound moments sprinkled amidst the fun, along with a theme forging forward and accepting lifes inherent, and sometimes cruel, uncertainty (I doubt Ill ever see a more thoughtful exchange between two characters dangling from the tongue of a whale again in my life) that resonates in the wake of, yes, Im going to say it, 9/11. So while Im not seeing this film graduating to the level of their best work, I cant say for sure that it wont end up in that elite class. The full review can be found at http://www.aintitcool.com/display.cgi?id=13568 . Be warned that Aint It Cool contains non-family language. The review itself gives away the plot of the story (but not too many spoilers) and discusses the performances by Albert Brooks (Mother, Defending Your Life) and Ellen DeGeneres (like that Energy ride thingy). Nemo is shaping up to be Disneys big summer release for next year.