Summary: Okay again I did not see this movie in 3-D. Monsters inc 3-D .this is simple pixar at they best I mean the animator is good. the story is about The lives of monsters are maintained by scaring children, but they are afraid of children entering their lives; not for fear of ruining a secret but for fear of disease - when one monster accidentally lets a child into the monster world, his life and many others are turned upside down.
Excerpt: Pete Docter's and Andrew Stanton's masterpiece PIXAR animation is a fantastic family film. Picture and sound quality are perfect in my book and special features are great! If you're a fan of this film. The blu-ray is the way to go!
Excerpt: 3DTV: 32LM3400 LG Cinema 3D Player: PS3 On the film: This was, and still is, one of my Pixar's favorites. As all of the first movies of the studio, filled with emotions that goes beyhond the screen. On the PQ: Sulleys hair is really well-defined, no aliasing found. Colores are vibrant all te time, even through the glasses. On the 3D: Well, the movie wasn't done for 3D, but the effect is consistent and the movie becomes really inmersive.
Excerpt: In preparation for the much anticipated release of the 'Monsters Inc." prequel " Monsters University" which arrives no later than June 21st (May I add the day before my son's b-day so guess what he wants to see...win win situation for me) 2013 The kids and I decided it would be cool to watch my Blu-ray copy of the film.
Excerpt: Movie: As a child I saw Monsters Inc 4 times i cinema. I loved this film so different bright and captivating my favorite disney Pixar film at the time only ever surpassed by Finding Nemo. 2D: Very Bright everything a bluray should be, the variety of colors on the 'Scare Floor' as all the monsters prepare for their initial scare. In my view Monsters Inc deserves a 5/5 because of the amount of detail that shines.
Summary: Continuing with its streak of magical creations, Pixar invents an involving and fascinating world of monsters who hid in closets and under beds. The duo of Mike and Sully are among some of Pixar's most beloved creations and, amid the clever sight gags and stunning visuals, the film also tugs at the heartstrings quite a bit.