Just going to make this real quick because it’s already late.
(Yeah, picture is not mine… sorry, guys)
Director: Dan Scanlon (Cars)
Screenplay: Robert L. Baird, Daniel Gerson, Dan Scanlon, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton
Music: Randy Newman
Cast: John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Steve Buscemi, Helen Mirren, Alfred Molina.
Mike Wazowski is a small, young pretty misunderstood monster among his classmates when on a visit to the factory cries discovers his true vocation is to be scary, scare a professional who knows how to frighten them into their rooms to get energy from the cries of children. To do this it takes many years of higher education and their efforts will not cease until he is admitted to the Monsters University, the most prestigious university in these teachings. It is in this way that we follow in his freshman year in which he meets James Sullivan, a monster from a renowned family of frightening having the approval and admiration of other teachers and students for this. The ease with which Sullivan will make friends and get into the exclusive caste system and college fraternities will collide with the difficulty of Mike to join and be recognized in these hierarchies, and the effort made each to study and to pass exams will inversely proportional to these factors. These facts make their initial relationship strained, and the pride of both collide day midterms, where a misunderstanding cause the expulsion of both of their studies by the dean of the university strict. This cold water and disappointment for Mike will be joined with the most disadvantaged and marginalized campus fraternity in a desperate attempt to be readmitted to the race and will force you to get along with Sullivan to get the best of both and try to prove both are capable of being the best frightening that the university has ever known. On the way a friendship that will last throughout the years forge.
Best: Retake these funny little characters. Some tape gags that are authentic punctures.
Worst: Their little ability to take risks.
See it again?: Yes.
Recommend it?: Yes.
Well, that’s all. Sorry it had to be so short, but I will try to make it up over break.
Have a wonderful day!