It Is By No Means Wrong
...for a guy in his twenties to really want to see Finding Nemo. Everything that's come out of Pixar so far has been brilliant (Monsters, Inc. is a G-rated masterpiece), and with those guys pushing the envelope (both technology-wise and revenue-wise), the rest of the CGI industry can only get better.
And better, cheaper CGI means the possibility of more imaginative movies (can anyone envision Disney laying out the cash for a muppet-type Toy Story? Would anybody want to actually see the undoubtedly creepy-as-hell result? Remember The Country Bears?) Where's the downside?