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Product Details

  • Actors: Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Mary Gibbs, Steve Buscemi, James Coburn
  • Directors: David Silverman, Lee Unkrich, Pete Docter
  • Writers: Daniel Gerson, Andrew Stanton, Jeff Pidgeon, Jill Culton, Jonathan Roberts
  • Format: Animated, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Buena Vista
  • Release Date: May 19 2009
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (558 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00168OIOE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #31,525 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

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Déjà responsable des très réussis Toy Story et A Bug’s Life, Pixar, partenaire spécialisé en animation 3D du studio Disney, récidive avec Monsters, Inc., un dessin animé tout à fait à la hauteur de ses précédentes productions.

La panique commence à grandir à Monstropolis. Les cris d’enfants, principale source d’énergie de la ville, se font rares. Les monstres redoublent alors d’ardeur pour arracher aux bambins endormis des hurlements de frayeur. À ce jeu, la terreur d’élite, c’est Sulley. Avec Mike, un dynamique mini-cyclope vert, il forme le duo le plus efficace de l’usine. Pourtant, quand l’adorable petite Boo s’introduit par erreur dans leur monde, ils seront les plus étonnés de réaliser qu’ils peuvent se lier d’amitié avec elle et même la protéger contre l’odieux Randall Boggs.

Doublés, entre autres, par John Goodman, Billy Crystal et Steve Buscemi, les monstres de Pixar font partie de ceux qu’on aimerait réellement avoir dans son placard. Sympathiques, rigolos et, surtout, terriblement attachants, ils donnent tout son relief à cette comédie animée. Véritable plaisir pour les petits et les grands, Monsters, Inc., jusqu’à son générique truffé de bloopers hilarants, mérite vraiment le détour. --Helen Faradji

Special Features

The all-new animated short "Mike's New Car" is the promoted highlight of the DVD release of Pixar's hilarious film. However, this short--as good as it is--is far from the only new footage here. If you saw Monsters, Inc. early in its theatrical run, you missed the outtakes included here. Bits seen or heard about in the movie--commercials, guided tours, the "Company Play"--are shown uninterrupted and are a delight. The easily navigated extras are broken into two parts. The Monster World should interest kids and fans, giving viewers a you-are-there tour of the fantasyland, including games and funky odds and ends. The Human World provides all the usual making-of background, albeit with Pixar's normal air of lunacy and completeness. The film can be seen in its theatrical widescreen aspect, or in a new, reformatted full-screen aspect. Also, watch the movie with the effects-only audio track for a new way to enjoy the film. --Doug Thomas

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

Most helpful customer reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Anderson on July 15 2004
Format: DVD
I was in the library with my niece and she grabbed this DVD. How can you say no to someone with the most adorable eyes. So I checked out the DVD, we went home and had a wonderful, wonderful time. This is the kind of movie you can appreciate no matter how young or old you are. James P Sullivan (voiced by John Goodman), and Mike Wazowski (voiced by Billy Crystal) are monsters who work for Monsters Inc. Sulley is the best at getting his fair share of scares, but he has some competition in Randall who wants to be the top scare monster. The more screams collected, the more energy for Montropolis. The monsters are led to believe that if a child enters their "world" they will be contaminated and everything could be destroyed. The real fun part starts when this adorable human child named Marry (Boo buy Sulley) sneaks into Montropolis by accident. The kids are scared of the monsters, and the monsters are terrifiedof the kids. Sully and Mike try to get Boo back to her world, but she won't leave. Turns out Randall is her scary monster. Also turns out that Randal has a plan up his sleeve to extract screams that could put the other monsters out of work. It's up to Sully and Mike to save Montroplis and Monsters Inc. This is a fun, entertaining film that will leave with a happy, happy feeling when it's all over. Steve Bucemis I the voice for Randal Boggs, and other notable actors are James Coburn, and Jennifer Tilly (who has the perfect voice for animation, she should do more of it!!!) and Bonnie Hunt.
This is an adorable movie. One I will watch again, with or without my niece.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By G. Heywood on Nov. 10 2009
Format: Blu-ray
Love this movie, but can't believe the Blu-ray price in Canada! On Amazon US, you can pick up both Monsters Inc. and Up for a combo price of US$32.98.

I guess I'm going to have to wait a year, when it's $19.99 at Best Buy.

Come on Amazon Canada, stop ripping Canadians off...please!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kevin8se7en on Jan. 12 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I'm always cautious when buying "Region Free" movies, but this one if fact does work flawlessly in North America. Very Happy with it, and the picture quality is superb.
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By Scoopriches TOP 500 REVIEWER on Sept. 7 2012
Format: DVD
Sully and Mike are regular working stiffs, just trying to do their jobs as best they can. They take pride in what they do, and they should, since they are really good at it.

Oh yeah, their profession? They are monsters, tasked with scaring little ones every night.

Boo
Sully and Mike are all fine and dandy until Boo arrives. This little girl is cute and precocious and is at the heart of a massive conspiracy which threatens all of monsterdom. Cue the scary music! Boo has an infectious laugh, which is instrumental in the finale, and will make you break out in giggles as well.

Doors
The old Three's Company theme song "Come On Knock On Our Door" is very apt for this modern classic. Doors of all types and styles are a prominent and hysterical part of Monsters, Inc. The great door slamming action at the end causes this ingenious plot device to come to life in very unexpected ways. Will the next one feature windows?

Googliebear
For years and years I tried in vain to find a most excellent nickname for my wife. And thanks to Monsters, Inc., one finally entered our lexicon. Mike's long suffering girlfriend Celia Mae is constantly conjuring up pet names for him. One of them struck our fancy, so now my beloved will be forever known as "Googliebear."

Monsters, Inc. provides thrills and chills and mind blowing kills. Well, not really, but that frying pan has got to hurt. Still, Sully and Mike and Boo will make you laugh. Laughing at what scares you is always a good thing.

Scoopriches
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Format: DVD
"Monster's, Inc." combines a fantastic cast, cutting edge imagination, and a tender storyline into a wonderful, delightful family film . . . it may even cure the nighttime frights of your wee ones!
Most of us were scared stiff at some point in our childhood by the spooky, imaginary "monsters in the closet," usually after we've read "Where the Wild Things Are" for the first time. "Monsters, Inc." plays on that near-universal fear by creating a rational explanation -- monsters live in a parallel universe, connected to ours by closet doors, and they power their land by the energy contained in human screams. Makes perfect sense!
Sulley (the hilarious John Goodman) is a celebrity in Monstropolis as the leading scare-getter for Monster's, Inc. Sulley is generally a lovable big blue yeti-bear-creature, but he can be quite terrifying. Blissfully unaware of the terror he unleashes, he enjoys his job. Basking in Sulley's reflected glory is his sidekick and assistant, Mike Waznowski (Billy Crystal, perfect as ever). Mike is a lime-green-yellow glob with one giant eye and an even larger mouth. He helps Sulley get the screams and stay one step ahead of the competition.
And the competition is fierce. The dragon-chameleon Boggs (Steve Buscemi, suitably creepy without being too scary for the kids) is right on Sulley's heels to be the scream champion, and he's willing to go to any lengths to beat his nemesis.
All is well in Monstropolis until Boo, a human child, accidentally finds her way through the closet and into Monstropolis. It seems that as scared as kids are of monsters, the monsters are equally scared of the kids -- their touch (allegedly) brings death and ruin.
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