G | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
In order to power the city, monsters have to scare children so that they scream. However, the children are toxic to the monsters, and after a child gets through, 2 monsters realize things may not be what they think.
This is Pete Docters only Disney/Pixar film not to win an academy award for Best Animated Feature Up (2009) and Inside Out (2015) have both won but Monsters, Inc. (2001) lost to Shrek (2001) this is also the only Pixar film not to win the award until Cars (2006).
All right, Mr. Bile, is it?
Bile: Uh, my friends call me Phlem.
Flint: Uh-huh, Mr. Bile, can you tell me what you did wrong?
Bile: I fell down?
Flint: No, No, before that.
Flint: Can anyone tell me Mr. Bile's big mistake? Anyone?
Flint: Alright let's check footage, right there. The Door! ...
When all the monsters are entering the Scare Floor near the beginning, the monster that is supposed to have no eyes has no eyes, then it has 3 eyes when walking, then back to none after it gets to the desk where it is assigned. These are two separate monsters, as can be seen in slow motion when the camera pans up to the top of the scoreboard. The monster with no eyes is seen near the bottom, whereas the one who looks similar and has three eyes is near the top, right under Randall.
During the opening credits we see sketches of monsters with large jaws and teeth and long arms with claws hiding in and popping out of closets.
$32,236 (Austria) (25 January 2002)
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