Monsters, Inc. 3D Movie Review
Mike and Sulley Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures
Sulley and Mike Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures
Sulley and Boo Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures
Boo and Sulley Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures
The Scare Record
Mike and Sulley are a powerhouse team at the Monsters, Inc. power plant. But even though Sulley is about to break the scare record, the company is struggling. The city is slowly losing power, which is generated by human children’s screams. Why? Because kids simply don’t get scared like they used to.
One day, Sulley discovers a door that his enemy and biggest competition for the scare record, Randall, left in the plant after hours. When Sulley enters the room, he returns accidentally toting a 2-year-old girl dubbed Boo. Since it’s common knowledge that human children are toxic to monsters, Sulley is terrified to touch her. And he’s even more terrified that the Child Detection Agency (CDA) will discover that Sulley is responsible for infecting the city.
He and his best friend and work partner, Mike Wazowski, do everything in their power to protect the child so they can return her through her door without being discovered. But the CDA has infiltrated the power plant, not to mention that Randall refuses to let them get off easy.
The Bottom Line
Monsters, Inc. 3D is a story of how two opposing species’ find a special bond that winds up changing the relationship between humans and monsters forever. It’s a heart-warming film that all ages will appreciate. Re-releasing the film in 3D was a good decision, as it lets you experience the magic of one of the best animated films all over again.
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