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In order to power the city, monsters have to scare children so that they scream. However, the children are toxic to the monsters, and after a child gets through, 2 monsters realize things may not be what they think.
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During the pig chase scene, Sully runs through a small gathering of students and accidentally smashes the guitar of a monster who is singing a ballad to some other monsters. This is likely a reference to a famous scene in National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) where 'Charming Guy' is crooning to a couple women on the stairs during a toga party at the Delta Tau Chi fraternity. Bluto (John Belushi) listens to a couple lines but suddenly grabs the guitar and smashes it against the wall. See more »
In Monsters Inc., Mike tells Sulley "You've been jealous of my good looks since the fourth grade, pal." However, according to this movie, they did not meet or become friends until they went to college together. The producers have stated that Mike was merely using an expression. See more »
[the RORs are selling all kinds of media with the humiliating photo of Oozma Kappa from their party the previous night]
Hey, what do you think you're doing?
Raising a little money for charity.
Yeah, well stop it!
You want us to stop raising money for charity? That's not cool.
This guy hates charity
We'd like you to stop making us look like fools.
Hey, you're making yourself look like fools. Lets be honest, boys. You're never gonna be real scarers, cause real scarers look like us. But ...
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A prequel to one of Pixar's most beloved films, Monsters Inc. In all honesty, I wasn't looking forward to this one too much. A sequel would have been a better option. Like the Toy Story movies, it should take place a long while later, and Mike and Sully should meet back up with a teenage Boo or something. Boo was the soul of that movie, and, of course, in a prequel, Boo can't exist. Instead, we get the story of how Mike and Sully met in college. The story is made up of a ton of college movie clichés in the Monsters world. And it's fine. Not great, nothing really special, but it's very enjoyable and the animation is gorgeous. The last time I revisited Monsters Inc., the animation seemed a little primitive, but Pixar has more than perfected it now, and I loved seeing the wonderful monster designs. Steve Buscemi, the villain from the first film, is prominent in the cast again. Other famous cast members include Nathan Fillion, Sean Hayes, Dave Foley, Charlie Day, Aubrey Plaza and Alfred Molina. The most memorable new character is Dean Hardscrabble, played by Helen Mirren. The design, kind of a centipede dragon, is extremely cool and actually pretty creepy.
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