Written September 01, 2015
The film was, "pretty good" says my 12 year old son. I think they could have done more with it. Not that many new laugh out loud jokes that weren't in the previews. I felt like I was watching Revenge of the Nerds but with Monsters. Good on a rainy day but no need to run out and see, Wait for video.
Written February 06, 2016
Took my nephew along with my girlfriend's nephew to see this movie and i must say it was just great. The whole movie keeps the kids entertain. There isn't anything bad that I can say about the movie. Just and awesome movie to take the kids to watch. Monsters Inc and this movie are par in my book
On a side not: It's a little annoying when parents take babies to the movies. I mean, come on ppl a 1 year old or younger isn't going to stay quite for an entire 2 hr movie. And I could understand if there's one person or two with babies in there but when there's quite a handful it starts to get on your nerves quite a bit. Sorry just hoping some parents will read this and take into consideration other ppl in the audience.
Written October 13, 2015
First movie we took our baby girl to and she sat through the entire flick. We all did.. eyes glued to the big screen! Super adorable movie ! A must see!
Written May 05, 2016
My 8 year-old loved it. She remembered the characters from the original movie. Pixar always makes the animation so great! I loved the look of the college campus. I missed the hidden adult humor familiar to the Shriek series. All in all the story line was pretty good and interesting enough that I actually watched the movie. Again, the important thing is my daughter loved it.
Written July 29, 2016
Took my children and two others. There were a total of nine, five adults. All of us enjoyed the movie. There is a huge variety of different and new monsters in this movie. We were amazed at the creativity of the various characters. The plot is very cute, but reminded us of the old "Revenge of the Nerds" underdog storyline. Still, very unique and different. The kids were mesmerized and had big laughs with some of the key scenes. Helen Mirren does the voice of the Dean of Monsters University. She is by far the scariest monster and it was great hearing her do a project with leviety. Billy Chrystal and John Goodman will always be Mike and Sully! If you have children that have not seen the first Monsters, Inc. it won't be an issue. The movie stands alone.