Monsters Inc Monsters Come To Life in 3D

monstersincPixar Studios has taken one of the favorite films of the past decade and made it even more fun by adding 3D. For kids who haven’t seen the original, and for everyone who would like to see it again, Monsters Inc 3D is still showing in theaters across the country. Morgan Bertsch, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, says adding 3D makes “the monsters seem much bigger, and scarier, and funnier.”

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Monsters Inc 3D
Reveiwed by Morgan Bertsch

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One of Pixar’s all-time favorite movies, Monster Inc. is in theaters now in 3D. Monstropolis is the home to monsters. They get all their electricity from the screams of children. Each child has a different door to their closet and when the monsters go in the children scream and they save these in special containers. The monsters are competing to see who gets the most screams. The monsters are scared of children.

When a child gets out and into the scream factory, craziness happens. Sulley (John Goodman) is to blame for this accident. He has a side kick named Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) who has only one eye. They must hide the child and get her back home. She is a little confused and calls Sully, Kitty and he calls her Boo. A monster named Randall Boggs (James Coburn) is Boo’s monster and he wants to find her and steal all her screams. He not only wants to win the contest, he wants to take over the company. There are others on his side and once you watch it the mystery will be revealed.

My favorite character is Boo because she is so cute, with the sweetest voice and funniest outfit. She thinks scaring is fun. I love the part when Boo runs into the other monster children and fits right in. They were adorable and you cannot say that about many monsters. She is always pulling at your heart strings and you root for her throughout the movie.

The 3D graphics brought the colors out and the monsters in and closer to you. The monsters seem much bigger, and scarier, and funnier. The music is catchy and fits in with all the different scenes and moods of the movie. There are funny, sad, scary and happy times with the music to match.

Watch this 3D version so you will be ready for Monster University coming out next summer. I can hardly wait. The age range is 5 and up because the monster are scary after all. Adults will find it fun and will remember when they first saw this movie.

I give this movie 5 twinkling stars because it was even better with the 3D than the original movie. This movie will stand the test of time. Be sure to watch until the very end for the must see out-takes. Morgan Bertsch, age 8, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.

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