• Released
  • December 19, 2012
  • (Originally released 10/28/2001)
  • G , 1 hr 32 min
  • Action/Adventure
    Animated
Monsters, Inc. Synopsis
A blue behemoth (John Goodman) and his assistant (Billy Crystal) scare children.
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Monsters Inc. Review

By coolgirll
I own this movie and a couple of my friends saw this and told me it was really good! I am totally convinced to see this movie because I watch it all the time but never in 3D before! I cannot wait to...

Loved it, along with the kids!

By Good Movie Bad Movie
It was very clever and funny. I was with 4 of my grandchildren, ages 3-8 and they all loved it. I also have grandchildren who I could not take to this movie because, although they are 5 years old,...

GO SEE MONSTERS INC you wont regret it!

By marisssamims105
I saw tis movie when it First came out when I was little and its something dear to my heart. Monsters Inc isnt SCARY its a real good movie I recommand it too any kid....

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By goodwordtoday177
If you've never seen this movie, you must go! It's one of the top 5 Pixar flicks which includes Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Up, and Ratatouille. Funny, sweet, and entirely wonderful!...

Monsters, Inc still is good to see

By jlpaynew
It still has the laughs and the ahhh! moments when watched again. Wish the 3D version was still available since I missed it. However, it might be too scary for little ones to watch the 3D version....

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By becky7
I would have to say that the Movie was okay. Their were alot of parts that I would not say are funny but, if you have a child that is younger and really just dosent care and like monsters... This...

Amazing

By ednitae1303
So cuteeeeee!!!!...

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Classic...

By cutebonnie
We scare because we care. Lovely, and touching. Look forward for the MU....

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Rated G
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Cute, kid-friendly monster movie; may scare sensitive kids.
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EDUCATIONAL VALUE
POSITIVE MESSAGES
POSITIVE ROLE MODELS
VIOLENCE & SCARINESS
CONSUMERISM
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