The second disc in the set contains all of the items from the previous DVD release. As such all of the items are in standard definition, with the exception of the "Aquarium" screensavers, which offer some nice, gentle animated loops for fans of self-hypnosis, and "Art Review" (HD, 8:38) which features a few of the art leads discussing the style and visual development of the film.
"Making Nemo" (SD, 25:35) is the standard making-of feature and a good one-stop for the gestation of the movie. "Exploring The Reef" (SD, 7:01) is a fun spoof on nature shows, and features Jean-Michel Cousteau. "Studio Tour" (SD, 5:24) is a sugar-fueled look at how Pixar do what they do featuring Alexandar Gould, the voice of Nemo; you know, for the kids. "Old School" (SD, 9:14) contains several quick odds and ends related to the film. "Mr. Ray's Encyclopedia" (SD) features clips and information about different species of fish - and fishy mammals - from the movie. "Outtakes" (SD, 1:35), "Deleted Scenes" (SD, 5:26) and "Publicity Pieces" aka "Trailers" (SD, 10:55) round out the disc.
A DVD version of the film is also included, and includes the "Knick Knack" short and the roundtable discussion.
I had honestly forgotten how good Finding Nemo looks and how engaging is its hero's journey. Not only is it one of the films which shows Pixar at its storytelling peak, but it might still be their most visually immersive. The fact that most of the ported bonus material remains in standard definition is a slight bummer, but they have still packed an impressive amount into this set. If it was my job to sell high-end flatscreens, I would just play this Blu-ray on a loop and hold out a bag for people to throw in their money. This release looks that good, and any fan of the film should not hesitate at all in picking it up.