Monsters, Inc.

You know when your were little, and you thought monsters came through your closet and scared you? Well, don't take it personally. It was just a job. Monsters depend on the screams of human children to power their city, Monstrapolis. So they climb through the closet doors of kids around the world, and store the screams at Monsters, Inc. This is dangerous work, as every little monster knows that nothing is more toxic than a human child - "a single touch could kill you!" So when the city's top scarer Sully and his friend Mike accidently let in a human child named 'Boo', they'll do anything to get her back into the world she came from.

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Continuity mistake: When Sulley places the menu on the table he puts it face down (logo first), then when he lifts up the table, to quickly get Boo, the menu is face up. (00:26:05)

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Henry J. Waternoose: Kids these days. They just don't get scared like they used to.

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Trivia: Mike and Celia have dinner at Harryhausen's. This is a tip of the hat to Ray Harryhausen, the great stop-motion animator.

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Question: Why does Sully get surprised at the end of the movie when he sees Boo?

Answer: He's not as much surprised as he is pleased to see her. She's going to be a little older than when he last saw her because it took Mike so long to rebuild the door. So if he's surprised, it may be at how much she's grown in that time period.

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