'Toy Story 4' Actually Brought Justice To The Killer Of Nemo's Family

Well, it's good to know that there's some justice in this world, and that Nemo and Marlin can rest easy knowing that their deceased family has been avenged.

And the world is at peace.

We all know and love Pixar.


The movies always have tons of Easter Eggs in them, and most of the movies (if not, all of them) are intertwined in some way.

Pixar movies are also excellent at metaphors.


Come on, look at Inside Out!

That entire movie has to do with the importance of mental health and dealing with your feelings.

What else does Pixar do really well?


Every Pixar movie has this tendency to make us cry.

Whether it's the beginning, the end, or the whole movie, it gets the tears flowing.

'Finding Nemo' is one of the best Pixar films ever.


It made us laugh, it made us cry, and it taught us that it's okay to be a little different.

And 'Toy Story' is an even bigger movie, and will remain a classic forever.


The two worlds finally collided in Toy Story 4, and in the best possible way ever.

Let's get into it.

So we all remember the beginning of 'Finding Nemo', right?


I know it's been a couple of years, but the beginnings of Pixar films tend to stick with you (any fan of Up can attest to that).

If you don't, let me refresh your memory...

Marlin's (the poppa fish) family gets eaten by a barracuda. His wife and all his eggs (save Nemo) all gone in a flash.


Yeah, needless to say, we all cried like babies.

Well, after all these years of hating barracudas, Nemo's family can finally rest easy.


That mean old predator can no longer terrorize the poor, downtrodden, smaller fish of the reef.

How do I know?


Well let's just say that the barracuda makes a cameo appearance in Toy Story 4, and it's not one that he can ever put on his resume.

Because he's dead.

Do me a favor and check out the upper left hand corner.


See that fish on the wall? In the top left-hand corner?

That's the barracuda.

And before you get all uppity and say "well that could be any barracuda"...


Know that Josh Cooley and Mark Nielsen, the director, and producer of TS4, have confirmed it.

So there.