At the semester's final exam, a fight between the two causes them to accidentally break Dean Abigail Hardscrabble's cherished scream canister; Hardscrabble fails them both on the spot, citing Mike's complete lack of scariness and Sulley's laziness, to which ROR promptly expels Sulley. [63] Monsters University remained at first place on its second weekend, declining 45% to $45.6 million. [3][5] An animated short film titled Party Central, which takes place shortly after the events of Monsters University, premiered in fall 2013 before being released theatrically with Muppets Most Wanted in 2014.[12][13]. Añadir página . "[86] Michael Phillips of Chicago Tribune gave the film two stars out of four, saying "Monsters University, the weirdly charmless sequel to the animated 2001 Pixar hit Monsters, Inc., is no better or worse than the average (and I mean average) time-filling sequel cranked out by other animation houses. "[93] Stephen Whitty of Newark Star-Ledger gave the film two-and-a-half stars out of four and said "The artwork is accomplished, and intricate. "[85], Leonard Maltin of IndieWire praised the animation and art direction, but wrote that he wished "the movie was funnier and wasn't so plot-heavy" and that "Pixar has raised the bar for animated features so high that when they turn out a film that's merely good, instead of great, they have only themselves to blame for causing critics to damn them with faint praise. The G-rating is genuine, without any gross-out gags. The site's critical consensus reads "Offering Monsters, Inc. fans a welcome return visit with beloved characters, Monsters University delivers funny and thoughtful family entertainment for viewers of any age. He joins a fraternity of misfits named Oozma Kappa (OK), but they are initially denied entry to the Games for being one team member short, so Sulley joins them upon seeing the competition as his only ticket to the scare program. She can speak, but has baby, gibberish vocabulary. A tall, light blue monster with retractable claws, numreous spikes on his head and five tentacles as legs, he is a Scaring super star at Monsters, Inc., an alumni of Monsters University, and the one who inspired Mike Wazowski to become a Scarer. Working together, Sulley and Mike terrify the camp rangers and generate an overwhelming amount of scream energy, returning to the lab as the device overloads and explodes in front of a surprised Hardscrabble. Disney, as the rights holder, had plans for a sequel to Monsters, Inc. since 2005. OK improves gradually due to Mike's training and intricate knowledge of scaring, despite setbacks and humiliations by rival fraternities, and they advance through each following challenge, finishing second to ROR. [77] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale. and "Kickstart My Heart" by Mötley Crüe are featured prominently in the teaser trailers but do not appear on the soundtrack or in the film. On April 1, 2013, the website was styled to appear as though a rival college, Fear Tech, had hacked and vandalized it. [8] Titled Monsters, Inc. 2: Lost in Scaradise, the film would have focused on Mike and Sulley visiting the human world to give Boo a birthday present, only to find that she had moved. [33][34], For research, the filmmakers visited several colleges in the U.S., including Harvard University, Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, observing college architecture, student life, Greek organizations, and the teaching methods of professors and faculty. "[95] Ty Burr of The Boston Globe gave the film two-and-a-half stars out of four, and said "This is not a bad movie, and to small children it will be a very good one, but it's closer to average than one would wish from the company that gave us Up, WALL-E, The Incredibles, and the Toy Story series. Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue! Midwestern sales monster Don Carlton finds himself going back to school to learn new skills and pursue a dream career in Scaring. Personajes Monster University + Monster Inc. Otros personajes del universo Monster Inc. Boo. He added, "It felt like the perfect place to do this, but we had that line. On October 8, 2012, Pixar revealed a fully functional website for Monsters University, complete with information about admissions, academic and campus life, and a campus store to purchase MU apparel. For a mere prequel, that's a result. "[76] Another review aggregator, Metacritic, which assigns a rating out of 100 top reviews from mainstream critics, calculated a score of 65 based on 41 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Determined to prove that he can become a Scarer, Mike breaks into the school's lab where he enters the human world, but upon finding himself at a summer camp in a cabin full of children, and truly unable to scare any of them, he is forced to flee into the woods. A one-eyed crab monster that serves as the Vice President of Roar Omega Roar. An easel is attached so the cutout will be free-standing. In order for a team to be official, it has to have a total of six monsters - "[They] count bodies, not heads". [5] Calculating in all expenses, Deadline Hollywood estimated that the film made a profit of $179.8 million. Bonnie Hunt, who voiced Ms. Flint in the first film, voices Mike's grade school teacher Ms. Karen Graves. Before the new system, artists had to build reflections and shadows manually, which became increasingly complex as the models and the setups became more technologically advanced. "[78] Trevor Johnston of Time Out gave the film four stars out of five, writing "It has enough of the right stuff to haunt the imagination long after the immediate buzz of its fluffy-furred cuteness has melted away. [25] Screenwriters Rob Muir and Bob Hilgenberg were hired to write a script for the film, and storyboarded an early draft of it. Wanting to prove himself, Mike enters the university's "Scare Games" and makes a deal with Hardscrabble: she will reinstate him and his team to the scare program if they win, but Mike must leave the university if they lose. ", "Kitty! [9] A Pixar-made sequel was confirmed in 2010,[6] and in 2011, it was confirmed that the film would instead be a prequel titled Monsters University. [55], Matt Zoller Seitz of Chicago Sun-Times gave the film four stars out of four, saying it "is true to the spirit of [Monsters, Inc.] and matches its tone. Dean Hardscrabble(voice) Peter Sohn. 33. "[97], 2013 American animated film directed by Dan Scanlon, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, Annecy International Animated Film Festival, 11th highest-grossing animated film all time, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production, Writing in an Animated Feature Production, Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association, "Box Office Report: Monsters University schools The Heat and White House Down", "2014 Golden Globes Movie Snubs and Surprises: Oprah Winfrey, Leonardo DiCaprio and More! On March 29, 2011, it was confirmed that the film would be a prequel and the title Monsters University was announced. Richard Roeper gave the film a C+, saying "This is a safe, predictable, edge-free, nearly bland effort from a studio that rarely hedges its bets. Teams. Sullivan(voice) Steve Buscemi. Young Mike Wazowski aspires to become a Scarer – a monster who enters the human world at night to scare children and harvests their screams for energy – after visiting Monsters, Inc. (Monstropolis' most profitable scaring company) on a school field trip. 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Nor does it come close to elating through the sheer imagination of its conceits and storytelling. [42] Four versions of the trailer exist; in his sleep, Mike mutters excuses to avoid attending class in each one, such as "I'm not wearing any clothes," "My homework ate my dog," "Class President? [54] Disney declined to provide a budget for the film; Entertainment Weekly speculated that it was higher than that of Brave ($185 million), mainly because of the high cost of John Goodman and Billy Crystal reprising their roles. OK loses in the first challenge, but are saved when another team is disqualified for cheating. And we knew we didn't want to make Monsters Elementary." Wikis. [9] Disney's change of management in late 2005—in which Eisner was replaced by Bob Iger—led to renewed negotiations with Pixar, and in early 2006 Disney announced it had purchased the studio.
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