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Monsters, Inc.


John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Mary Gibbs, Steve Buscemi View All


Andrew Stanton (Screenplay), Daniel Gerson (Screenplay), Pete Docter (Director) View All

Release: Nov. 1st, 2001
Runtime: 1 hour, 32 minutes
James Sullivan and Mike Wazowski are monsters, they earn their living scaring children and are the best in the business... even though they're more afraid of the children than they are of them. When a child accidentally enters their world, James and Mike suddenly find that kids are not to be afraid of and they uncover a conspiracy that could threaten all children across the world.
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In many ways, it is a more diverse and dangerous movie to make, because it puts the monsters in the closet on display which many children fear and even though they do turn things around, the monsters start out exactly how we perceive them and evil ones are still essentially evil and therefore will....
The Rodent
Using 'portal' doors that allow access to childrens' closets at night, they are able to use childrens' fear of Closet Monsters and scare them into screaming.
Citizen Rules
If I had my druthers, when the human child first entered the world of the monsters, the child would have been lost there and the friendly monsters Sully and his sidekick would have had to search high and low through monster-world for the wayward kid.
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