CAST & CREW
The American movie Monsters University hit the screens in 2013. The movie was made in 3D and uses the computer animation technique. The movie is intertwined with comedy. Pixar did the production work on the movie. Walt Disney Pictures released the movie. The movie’s director is Dan Scanlon. Billy Crystal has given the voiceover for Mike Wazowski and John Goodman has given the voiceover for Sullivan. The movie follows the release of the Monsters, Inc. made by the Pixar. Helen Mirren has given the voiceover for Dean Hardscrabble.
Plot: The main animated characters in the movie are Mike Wazowski and James P Sullivan. Both of the monsters are close friends. But, soon, a difference of opinion between the two bogs them down. Now, the Monster’s University opens the door for these monsters to wipe out the differences and become close friends. Very since childhood, the monster Mike Wazowski wanted to be a scarer. He is sure that one fine day his dream would materialize. He puts in necessary efforts for that and manages to find his way into the Monsters University. In the university, he happens to come across Sullivan, who is a Scarer by blood. The difference of opinion between the two results in a rivalry that costs them their position in the University. They have to set right all that went wrong. For the purpose of repairing damages, Mike and Sullivan have to team up with other monsters.
The movie has less scary villains in it. But, there are scenes in the movie showing monsters scaring computer animated kids and some real children also. The monster Hardscrabble may cause goose pimples in kids. There are scenes showing college parties with monsters holding cups. Also, there is a kiss scene in the movie. The original comedy has few characters that reappear in the sequel. Also, the movie’s concept is easy to make out. The message is that being friends, working as a team, and persevering in efforts will reap the results and help anybody overcome their fears.
Verdict: The movie is worth watching and can attract huge audiences from among kids.
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