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Summary: The Academy Award-winning creators of "Toy Story" open the door to a frightfully funny world of monsters and mayhem and scare up lots of laughs in their new movie, Monsters, Inc. (Disney/Pixar)
What a brilliant little twist? The type of family film that so taps into the imagination of children that its concept seems to have come straight from the filmmaker's childhood diary. The movie is actually briskly paced, but even its brisk speed can't account for a script that stops at a highway gas station minutes before initiating the climax. That said, the premise and the characters are so well conceived that the rare shortcoming is a minor one indeed. --imperfectmovies.wordpress.com
Pixar's most creative but not Pixar's best, Monsters Inc is still a fantastic movie. This movie does have a flaw that after a few replays, I cannot help but find. Most of the supporting characters in the movie lose their touch after a few re-watches. The same doesn't apply for Toy Story, Finding Nemo and the Incredibles.
I'm not sure how to rate animated movies really. Yeah, it's good, and I know kids love it. I can watch it without wanting to kill myself, so that's good. Like any good family movie it has jokes for the kids and parents.
Doesn't quite equal the highest peaks of the best Pixar films, but mostly forgoes the obvious, pandering-to-the-parents gags that plague modern animated family features. I don't know if it's my favourite Pixar, but it's the one I'd be most likely to watch again, if that makes any sense.