Monsters, Inc.

Audio problem: When we see Mike during the slumber party, we hear seven bells ring for the seven filled cylinders, but there are only six cylinder-filling noises. (00:16:50)

Audio problem: When Mike and Sulley walk through Monstropolis, Mike goes to his car. An automatic unlocking sound from the car, but the keys Mike is shown holding appear to be the keys one would use to manually unlock the door. (00:07:20)

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Suggested correction: Monstropolis is shown to have many things that operate differently from the real world. It isn't such a stretch to consider that car keys work differently as well.

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Other mistake: Near the end of the film, when the identity of 0001 of the CDA is revealed, number 0112 is shown both standing next to 0001 as Roz enters the room and behind Sully and Mike on the opposite side of the room. (01:16:45)

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Trivia: Boo's real name is Mary, the same as the young girl, Mary Gibbs, who voices Boo. This is only just visible on one of the drawings Boo makes in Mike and Sulley's apartment.

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Question: After Monsters, Inc. has switched over to "laugh power", the scare floor has a very different look. There's a board in the back with "JOKE OF THE DAY" written on it. Can anyone see the text of the joke?

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