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Monsters University
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Directed By
Dan Scanlon

Written By:
Dan Scanlon, Robert L. Baird

Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Helen Mirren, Peter Sohn, Joel Murray, Sean Hayes, Dave Foley, Charlie Day, Alfred Molina, Tyler Labine, Nathan Fillion, Aubrey Plaza, Bobby Moynihan, Julia Sweeney, Bonnie Hunt, John Krasinski, Bill Hader, Beth Behrs, Bob Peterson, John Ratzenberger, Jeff Pidgeon, April Winchell, Alec Medlock, Frank Oz

Monsters University (2013)
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Movie Review by Martin
November 19th, 2013

"Monsters university" was always going to be a hard one to pull off. Pixar managed the unthinkable by making both "Toy story" sequels amazing in their own right when compared to number 1. But were they really going to manage the same with one of their other classics? And 12 years on no less?

At least they did something different. What with this being their first ever prequel. The Idea of a "Monster university" was open to all sorts of creativity however. Most of which hasn't been explored, with the film feeling more like a straight up "follow-up" more than the "stand alone" movie, Pixar was probably hoping for.

Still, its great to see these characters back, in a reasonably funny, feel good kids movie, with animation that's as impressive as always. Even if there's been less effort put into what Pixar use to get right the story.

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