Never thought about it before, but "Finding Nemo" does basically follow the Grimes family storyline of "The Walking Dead" Season 4. Did Pixar crib from the comic, or did the AMC show do a live-action version of the movie? Either way, where is CORAL right now?!

Screen Junkies has outdone itself with the new Honest Trailers video for 2003's "Finding Nemo," posted just days before the release of the 2016 sequel, "Finding Dory."

"Before you catch the sequel that everyone hopes is a little more 'Toy Story 2' than 'Cars 2,' revisit the film that had to spoil its own ending in its title so audiences could have a shred of hope to hold on to through 90 minutes of tears and torture."

Just keep swimming over here to see the trailer:
Never go full Minion!

Poor "mentally handicapped" Dory takes a beating, but the trailer nails pretty much everything about "Taken" "Finding Nemo," including how fans took all the wrong lessons from it -- capturing thousands of their own Nemos, flushing fish down to toilet to "free" them, and even opening Nemo-themed fish restaurants for "complete sociopaths."

Hopefully fans don't take similar lessons from "Finding Dory," which opens June 17.

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Finding Nemo Movie Poster
Finding Nemo
G2003
Based on 38 critics

Marlin (Albert Brooks), a clown fish, is overly cautious with his son, Nemo (Alexander Gould), who has... Read More

Finding Dory Movie Poster
Finding Dory
PG2016
Based on 48 critics

Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) is a wide-eyed, blue tang fish who suffers from memory loss every 10 seconds or... Read More

The Walking Dead TV Show Poster
The Walking Dead
AMCTVMAOctober 31, 2010
Based on 19 critics

In the years following a zombie apocalypse, survivors seek refuge in a world overrun by the dead. Read More