Finding Dory (2016)
Sometimes the best supporting characters are second bananas for a reason: They exist to prop up the hero on his or her journey. Luckily, the forgetful bluefish Dory is the rare sidekick who can swim on her own. While it hits many of the same emotional and story beats of the original -- this time Dory is the one looking for her parents, leaving Marlin (Albert Brooks) to track her down to a fish rehabilitation center in California -- this clever sequel delivers enough memory-loss gags, light parental trauma, and show-stopping, Fast and Furious-style set pieces to keep adults entertained and kids enthralled. Sure, it lacks the poignant, manipulative power of the Toy Story sequels, but there's still a surprising amount of depth to this DeGeneres vehicle.