Monsters Inc. Is Even Better In 3D- Screaming Into Theaters December 19th #DisneyMoviesEvent

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I can’t wait!  Monsters, Inc. is coming to theaters December 19th in 3D!!!!  I am a HUGE Disney fan and Monsters, Inc. is one of my favorite movies.  I even painted a canvas of the main characters, Mike and Sulley, a few years ago.  When my daughter was younger we used to put her hair in 2 pigtails and call her Boo.
When I went to Los Angeles a few months ago on a Disney press trip I was so excited when I found out we were going to be screening the 3D version of Monsters, Inc. and it didn’t disappoint.
Monsters, Inc. is the story of company in the town of Monstropolis.  Monsters, Inc. produces the power for the whole town by collecting the screams of human children.  Children are getting harder to scare and therefore there is scream shortage.  All of the scarers including the top scarer, James P. Sullivan aka Sulley (John Goodman) and his assistant Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) try to collect as many screams as they can by coming out of the closets of human children and scaring them.   Ironically, the monsters are all scared of human children, thinking they are toxic.
One day a door gets left on the scare floor and a young girl comes through it.  Sulley finds the girl, names her Boo, and takes her home until he can figure out what to do with her.   That is when Mike and Sulley realize that human children are not a threat to monsters.  During the course of the movie it is touching to see the bond between Sulley and Boo grow.  While trying to get Boo back safely through her door and into her home, Mike and Sulley stumble upon the scheme to use a scream extractor to torture children and get their screams.  In case you haven’t seen Monsters, Inc. I won’t tell you how it ends. 😉
Whether you’ve seen Monsters, Inc. already or not, check it out in 3D when it comes to theaters on December 19th.  Watching it in 3D adds an extra element that draws you into the action.  There is just something about watching in 3D, feeling like you are part of the movie, and can almost touch the characters.  It’s one not to miss!  I’ll be taking my kids, that’s for sure!

If you love Monsters, Inc. make sure to check out Monsters University, prequel to Monsters, Inc. coming to theaters in 2013.

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Disclosure: Thank you to Disney who paid for transportation, food, and accommodations for this event.  No other compensation was given.  All opinions are 100% my own.


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