Is your kid scared of the dangers that lurk underneath the bed, or the scary monsters that are in their closet and only come out when you close the doors? Well then bring them to see Monsters Inc to show them that monsters are actually very cute and cuddly and not to be feared at all. This film is certainly geared towards munchkins but adults in the audience certainly raised a few eyebrows at the crazy antics of the three main characters.
Sully (John Goodman), a huge blue-green and purple spotted hairball with horns, has a one-eyed green monster named Mike (Billy Crystal) for his best buddy. The arch enemy is voiced by Steve Buscemi, who is a lizard-like character.
Hats off once again to the amazing animation team at Pixar/Disney and to some other very familiar voices like James Coburn, Jennifer Tilly and Mary Gibbs. As with most Disney films the older you are the more jokes you will understand, but make sure to see it with a munchkin.
-Outtakes and Company Play
-Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex
-For the Birds
-Sneak Peeks of Monsters University, The Little Mermaid, Wreck-It Ralph, Planes, Mulan, Mulan II
-Filmmakers Round Table
-Mike’s New Car
-Roz’s 100 Door Challenge
-Pixar Fun Factory Tour
-Storyboard to Film Comparison
-Music & Sound
-Monsters Only Section