This prequel to Pixar's popular animated tale Monsters Inc. once again features eccentric monster pals Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan. Set during their college days, the film tells the strange and amusing tale of how the pair became friends.
Since 2011, you could say Pixar films have been a little down. Cars 2 was a poor sequel that struggled with it's story and did not the capture the heart of the original. Brave from 2012 has a solid following but you can find non-fans of it unlike most other pixar films. This would make you wonder what was left of such a powerful animation company especially when you had a prequel coming in 2013 to a very poular movie Monsters Inc. Monsters University, prequel to the 2001 movie Monsters Inc, and follows the characters of Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and Sulley (John Goodman) during their university days where both of them have dreams of becoming scarier monsters. Their ultimate goal is to work for Monsters Inc. at a job involving scaring kids to provide energy for the city. At Monsters University, they play in some university scare game, interact with the popular monsters and groups at the school and learn how to be friends with each other. In a way, the film rehashes much of what we have seen before. The lead characters are the same and we know their in's and outs and the university games idea has been played out in other movies like Revenge of the Nerds. Of course, Mike Wazowski and Sulley are characters you can root for with one being a nerd and jock and its should be noted that the voice work solid with both of them all the way through. Mike and Sulley makes us look at what a friendship is all about and can happen regardless of people's different interests and background. The animation is solid, crisp and on par with previous Pixar films. The scares challenges and games are creative and full of adventures and provide an interesting atmosphere while bringing in new fraternity characters. Through it all, the whole university idea is new and original to the animation world and it really worked here. While this is not a ground-breaking movie nor Pixar's best, Monsters University is still quite solid. It is a sequel (but as mentioned earlier really a prequel) geared towards the whole family that has a big heart and really works. moreless
First of all, the animation is very colorful and intriguing. Also, I like that this isn't called Monsters, Inc. 2 and that it is original and creative. The characters all have a different personality. SPOILER ALERT! This movie is about two monsters named James B. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski. Sullivan is recognized as a popular student because his is from the Sullivan family, and Mike doesn't get much appraisal for his hard work. Mike and Sullivan enter the Scare Games and they end up winning the last competition even though they had an underestimated team of monsters. This is because Sullivan messes with the controls of a child dummy, making it scared much more easily. This movie has some emotional moments and a PG rating would probably be more appropriate for this movie. Overall, this is a very good movie, and even though sequels aren't usually as good as its original, this movie sure was a winner! Very entertaining for all ages!moreless
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