Written July 02, 2015
Took the kids this weekend (there are NO new kids movies out- what the heck??). They complained before we got there because they had seen this movie so many times before, but as soon as the previews started, they were hooked. My 9yo, who had complained the loudest, just howled with laughter. Although the 3-D was fine, I'm not sure it added that much aside from the big chase scene on the doors. This is one of my favorite Pixar movies- funny for both kids and adults, but without the annoying and quickly outdated cultural reference humor so many lesser films seem to rely on. Definitely a classic. "Twins! In a bunk bed!!" Ha!! NEVER not funny. Enjoy! (And be sure to stay for the credits or you'll miss the HYSTERICAL fake outtakes!)
Written February 27, 2015
Monsters Inc. was a great movie....
but making it 3D is just like seeing the same movie over again...there was nothing special about it being 3D...
Written July 05, 2015
I walked into Monsters inc 3D in the most crappiest theatre possible, but thats ok in this case because I got free popcorn. 3D review has great depth in the movie, which made almost jump into the screen, and the effects are ok as well. As I watched I said maybe this is worth the $34 it cost to see the movie for 3 people. Bottom Line: Bring the family to a cheap screening of the movie and you won't be disappointed
Written May 23, 2015
I cannot believe that I paid almost $60.00 for 4 of us to see a movie that has been on DVD for a long time. I thought it was a sequel. The movie was good but the 3 D effects were not even noticeable. Definitely not worth the money. I guess that is why the theater was empty. Only us and another famiy were crazy enough to spend that kind of money for a re-release. I say BOOOO!
Written May 06, 2015
Entertaining, funny, my 4 year old loved it. However, 3D is unnecessary and the 2D to 3D translation not great. He even said that it didn't need to be 3 D since nothing jumped out at you :)