• Publication date: March 15, 2011

Monsters, Inc. Monsters, Inc.

We think they are scary, but really we scare them!

Monsters generate their city's ...

We think they are scary, but really we scare them! Monsters generate their city's power by scaring children, but they are terribly afraid themselves of being contaminated by children, so when one enters Monstropolis, top scarer Sulley finds his world disrupted. Billy Crystal and John Goodman make a fiercely funny comedic team as job partners and best friends, Mike --a little green guy with one huge eyeball, and Sulley --a big purple and blue fuzzy guy with dinosaur spikes down his back. Mike and Sully work at Monsters Inc., a gigantic corporation that captures the screams of little children and turns them into energy. To make the children scream, the monsters must enter each child's bedroom through the closet door, then deliver a frightening affront. The only problem is, kids aren't scared anymore. And because of this problem, Monsters, Inc. is in a jam. But when one little girl, Boo, follows Sully through her closet door and into the factory, she brings an even more dire issue to the fore: the monsters are actually terrified of children.