Written April 30, 2016
This movie was so very cute and funny! Was an absolute great family outing! I'd probably pay to see it again in theaters, if ours boys asked!
Written June 27, 2016
It was good..... there were places that I laughed and smiled. My eleven year old was in stitches! that being said, it wasn't nearly as good as the first.
Written October 07, 2015
The movie was amazing. I laughed a lot during this movie and even though this movie was for children and families, teenagers can still enjoy it. It's a great throwback to the first movie and even after 12 years, the characters of the monsters world can still entertain us. Monsters Inc is one of my favorite pixar films and this movie was a great "prequel" to the Inc. The animation was hands down good, the voice acting was well done and it shows us how Mike and Sulley came from rivals to having the brotherly relationship they had in the first one. I love this movie and it's the second best film i have seen this year (Star Trek Into Darkness being the first).
Written November 30, 2015
I loved it . We all laughed a lot. My daughter keep her eyes glued to the screen. It's a must see. I love the message that with determination we can conquer what ever we want big or small.
Written May 26, 2016
Last time we saw Billy Crystal in a movie, it was 2012's Parental Guidance, which was not great. So let's see if MU brings the actor back on his feet. To be honest, I was quite surprised at how predictable the movie was. I literally predicted the entire movie. Monsters University also loses points for being super boring until the third act (Much like Oz the Great and Powerful.) Not only that, but the story and characters are so cliched. However, the animation is good (Surprise, surprise) and the voice acting is good, and the humor works, and as a result, that is what saves the movie from being bad. For me, this is one of those visuals over writing movies, which there have been A LOT of those this year. Anyone who knows me knows that I haven't liked much of Pixar's recent films, starting with Toy Story 3
(I know, shocking.) Even if the humor works, the visuals are good, and the acting works, it's just okay. Critic Eric Kohn stated that "Pixar has lost it's edge." Unfortunately, I agree