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Loved it!

By michelleraebb
Written June 22, 2013
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.
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It was OK.

By cartersade
Written July 21, 2013
Took my daughter to see Monsters University last night and I thought it was simply ok. Not a bad movie if you're just looking to do something for a family night. I think I was more impressed with Monster's University than my daughter.
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Great Movie

By russhubbard
Written July 27, 2013
I wasn't really looking forward to this movie but my daughters really wanted to see it. I loved the whole thing and it was very cute. If you loved Monsters, Inc., you'll love this one.
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Monsterously fun for the WHOLE family!

By megawatt86
Written October 07, 2013
We treated our daughter and ourselves to a night at the movies last night. We saw Monsters University and what a treat it was! We are definitely going to have to see it again and maybe even once more since there are SO many times that we laughed too loud to hear what they had to say!
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Munsters university

By Icdsheep
Written June 22, 2013
A delightful, original movie . The characters as usual where charming. Looking forward to a Munsters 3, this time with there families. Remember,stay for the credits,you don't want to miss the very end :-)
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