A rare blockbuster that could teach audiences something
One of the more understated strings in the bow of animation giant Pixar are the moral lessons that their films provide to audiences. In 2001 Monsters, Inc. introduced us to Mike and Sully, two monsters that were part of a corporation where monsters could travel through teleportation doors and into ...
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Pixar’s trek into sequel territory in recent years has produced some mixed reactions, though regardless of consensus, it seems like they’re not going to stop for anyone. Monsters University, thankfully, is a much better follow-up to a well-beloved Pixar franchise than Cars 2 was, and capitalizes upon Monsters Inc.’s universe ...
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