Monsters, Inc. 3D is worth seeing in 3D with your whole family. I’ve always thought it’s perfect for all ages and my kids have been watching it what seems like forever so we’re excited to see it on the big screen and you can to because it’s in theaters NOW. I’m so excited about it that I came up with 10 reasons you have to go see it in the theater.
1. Kitty: Sulley (voiced by John Goodman) is just as cute and just as hairy in 3D as he was before. He didn’t lose any quality in his high tech fur. Plus you just fall in love with his charm and strong character. He cares for Boo as any doting father would and you just want to hug him.
2. Boo: Boo is the cutest little girl and she’s just like any other little girl I know. Her singing in the bathroom, I remember the first time I watched it before I had children and I thought really? Do kids really sing on the potty? Yep, they sing they talk and they do anything other than concentrate on the task at hand. I have a great appreciation for her love of cheerios and pigtails.
3. You’re ready to go see a movie that isn’t about Christmas or the holiday season in any way.
4. If I didn’t have you: After 15 previous Academy Award® nominations, Randy Newman finally won his first Oscar® for the “Monsters, Inc.” original song “If I Didn’t Have You.” It’s a true song about friendship and that’s the heart of Monsters Inc.
5. A talented cast: John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Mary Gibbs, Steve Buscemi, James Coburn, Jennifer Tilly, Bob Peterson, John Ratzenberger, Frank Oz, Bonnie Hunt
6. Roz’s sweater: I mean seriously, where else are you going to see a grumpy one eyed monster wearing a sweater like that?
7. The most fabulous roller coaster ever: I love watching the scene where they are riding the door through the back room where all the doors of the world are stored. I really think Disney should make a roller coaster out of it.
8. The wisecracking best friend Mike Wazowski (voiced by Billy Crystal): Mike Wazowski might seem cold hearted when he doesn’t really care if Boo makes it back to her home but that’s far from true. I think he had a goal and he can’t see past helping his team win the all time scare record. Once he realizes that he’s still best friends with Sulley and there is a top secret plan to suck the screams out of children, and that it goes all the way to the top, and he’s banished, you can understand his brief coldness. He’s at his best when he’s cracking jokes and making children laugh. He cracks me up.
9. 3D that actually utilized the 3D world. I really enjoyed watching Monsters, Inc. again at the theater and this is coming from a mom that’s seen the movie over and over and over again at home. Yes it’s worth going to see with your kids.
10. To get you in the mood for the upcoming Monsters University, like you need any motivation for that fabulous moving coming up but hey it’s another reason to go see Monsters, Inc. 3D. On June 21, 2013, Disney•Pixar will unlock the door to a prequel, “Monsters University,” that tells the story of how Mike and Sulley met in college, overcame their differences and became the best of friends.
Directed by Oscar®-winner Pete Docter (“Up”) and produced by Oscar nominee Darla K. Anderson (“Toy Story 3”), “Monsters, Inc.” is in theaters—now, and will be presented in Disney Digital 3D™ in select theaters.
Yep, I LOVED it!
Disney invited me out to preview Monsters, Inc. 3D.