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Monsters Inc. Movie Review

Monsters Inc.
Monsters Inc.
Monsters Inc. Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

According to Disney/Pixar's Monsters Inc., there are pretty gruesome monsters lurking behind your bedroom closet door. But are they monsters worth watching or is this flick a snore-fest?

Everyone has monsters in their closet! Some are more frightening than others. Mine is a pair of lime green lederhosen that my mother makes me wear to family dinners. But according to Disney/Pixar's latest release, Monsters Inc., there are gruesome, ooze dripping, turn-invisible-right-in-front-of-your-eyes kinds of monsters lurking behind your bedroom closet door. Some kids have all the luck!

So let's get right to the real point of the movie. How good are the toys? If you can believe every second commercial you see (monster cereal, monsters in my Happy Meal, talking monsters) there are lots and lots to choose from. And the movie, in a nutty little shell, is the story of a couple of nice monsters that try to return a little lost human girl to her bedroom.

The animation is cool enough especially the movement of the blue hair on Sully, the current scare champion at Monsters Inc. But all the computer whiz-bangery in the world doesn't amount to a hill of Shrek ear wax if you don't have a good story. And Monsters Inc. falls way short on the rib ticklers. If you like your monsters twenty feet tall go see it on the big TV. For a better time, break out the VCR and hang with Shrek, Buzz n' Woody, Flik or Z.

Rating:3

Did you see Monsters Inc.? What did you think?

1This movie was just the greatest! The little girl is so adorable!! I totally recommend this movie! It's great!

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