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Monstruos University

Monstruos University
Monstruos University Rating: 68 out of 100 based on 43 reviews.
Mike Wazowski y James P. Sullivan son una pareja inseparable, pero no siempre fue así. Cuando estos dos monstruos incompatibles se conocieron, no podían soportarse el uno al otro. “Monstruos University, de Disney/Pixar, es la precuela de “Monstruos, S.A.” y nos descubre cómo Mike y Sulley superaron sus diferencias y se convirtieron en los mejores amigos.
Interpretación
Billy Crystal

Mike (voice)
John Goodman

Sullivan (voice)
Steve Buscemi

Randy (voice)
Helen Mirren

Dean Hardscrabble (voice)
Peter Sohn

Squishy (voice)
Joel Murray

Don (voice)
Sean Hayes

Terri (voice) (as Sean P. Hayes)
Dave Foley

Terry (voice)
Charlie Day

Art (voice)
Alfred Molina

Professor Knight (voice)
Tyler Labine

Greek Council VP (voice)
Nathan Fillion

Johnny (voice)
Aubrey Plaza

Greek Council President (voice)
Bobby Moynihan

Chet (voice)
Noah Johnston

Young Mike (voice)
Producción
Director:Dan Scanlon
Producer:Kori Rae (producer)
John Lasseter (executive producer)
Pete Docter (executive producer)
Andrew Stanton (executive producer)
Lee Unkrich (executive producer)
Writer:Dan Scanlon (screenplay)
Robert L. Baird (screenplay) and)
Daniel Gerson (screenplay) and)
Valoraciones de Monstruos University
MovieCrypt.com
After a Monstropolis field trip, Little Mike (voice of Billy Crystal) decides to dedicate his life to pursuing a career in scaring. At Monsters University, he finds his academic discipline placed in direct competition with Sullivan...
Leer crítica8 jul 2013
Mania.com
I always thought of the original Monsters Inc. as second-tier Pixar: a good film, but not quite up to the same standards as Toy Story or Finding Nemo. Now that second-tier Pixar has become the norm, I find myself warming to Monsters University more than
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
Movies.com
In the world of children's film, Pixar has built a reputation for itself as the studio to trust. Even when they're making a blatant cash grab with something like Cars 2, you know that the finished product will look incredible, be cheery, bright and...
Houston Press
Sequels (or prequels, as the case may be) always face challenges. Chief among these is taking existing (and presumably beloved) characters and thrusting them into new situations without ruining the audience's affection for them.
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
Groucho Reviews
Move over, Animal House. From now on, the first college movie that leaps to mind may well be G-rated. That'd be Monsters University, the Pixar prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc. Weirdly, since its presumable core audience is made up of kids,...
Valoraciones de Monstruos University
MovieCrypt.com
After a Monstropolis field trip, Little Mike (voice of Billy Crystal) decides to dedicate his life to pursuing a career in scaring. At Monsters University, he finds his academic discipline placed in direct competition with Sullivan...
Leer crítica8 jul 2013
Mania.com
I always thought of the original Monsters Inc. as second-tier Pixar: a good film, but not quite up to the same standards as Toy Story or Finding Nemo. Now that second-tier Pixar has become the norm, I find myself warming to Monsters University more than
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
Movies.com
In the world of children's film, Pixar has built a reputation for itself as the studio to trust. Even when they're making a blatant cash grab with something like Cars 2, you know that the finished product will look incredible, be cheery, bright and...
Houston Press
Sequels (or prequels, as the case may be) always face challenges. Chief among these is taking existing (and presumably beloved) characters and thrusting them into new situations without ruining the audience's affection for them.
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
Groucho Reviews
Move over, Animal House. From now on, the first college movie that leaps to mind may well be G-rated. That'd be Monsters University, the Pixar prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc. Weirdly, since its presumable core audience is made up of kids,...
Fan The Fire
It’s hard to believe over a decade has passed since Pixar’s Monsters, Inc., but here we are in 2013 with a belated, but not unwelcome, prequel. In Monsters University, new director Dan Scanlon (who has worked with the company for years...
Leer crítica12 jul 2013
madison.com
In Pixar's "Monsters University," a prequel to 2001 "Monsters, Inc.," our expert "scarers" to be — the wisecracking pipsqueak Mike Wazowski and the burly James B. Sullivan — are college freshmen with high aspirations.
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
RedEye
Remember how you felt watching “The Incredibles” or “Ratatouille” or, most recently in the Pixar canon, “Toy Story 3”? Those movies are funny and moving. You delight in their universe and are sad to leave.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Richard Roeper.com
“This is a safe, predictable, edge-free, nearly bland effort from a studio that rarely hedges its bets. ”
Eric D. Snider
College is often a time of growth and development for people, and it’s evidently no different for monsters. In “Monsters University,” Mike Wazowski, the spherical lime-green cyclops voiced by Billy Crystal, faces the important question of whether...
NJ.com
It's sad to say, but ever since the animation studio came more firmly under Disney corporate control, its films have seemed a little less daring, a little less magical. The place is close to becoming just another gear in the Mouse Factory.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
One Guy's Opinion
One hesitates to be too hard on a creative team that’s provided many hours of great entertainment—not just great family entertainment, but simply great entertainment—over the years, but Pixar seems to have fallen into something of a funk.
MediaMikes
If you’re a kid over ten you’re certainly familiar with the story of “Monster’s Inc.” Best friends Mike Wazowski (Crystal) and James “Sulley” Sullivan (Goodman) work together to scare human children while they sleep, harvesting their screams to...
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Could it be that Pixar has peaked? After an incredible run of movies that included THE INCREDIBLES, RATATOUILLE, UP, WALL-E (their masterpiece) and TOY STORY 3, the studio has seemingly lost its magic. BRAVE was pretty good, but CARS 2 was loud...
Leer crítica17 jun 2013
Fresno Bee
It's been a dozen years since Mike and Sully scared up some big laughs in Pixar's "Monsters, Inc."
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
Reel Views
For Pixar, Monsters University stops the bleeding. In the wake of two disappointing films, 2012's lackluster Brave and 2011's misfire Cars 2, the animation company has returned to solid footing with a prequel to their 2001 entry, Monsters Inc.
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
Las Vegas Weekly
Pixar’s track record with sequels has been a bit mixed so far. The second and third Toy Story movies were excellent, but Cars 2 was a lame follow-up to one of the studio’s weakest originals.
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
Monsters University depends on us to simultaneously remember and dismiss everything that constituted the heart of its predecessor. We must, for example, recall that Mike Wazowski (voice of Billy Crystal), the short green orb of a monster...
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
stltoday.com
If you remember when “Monsters Inc.” played in theaters a dozen years ago, you may be too old to enjoy the jokes in this prequel. And if you remember when “The Internship” opened two weeks ago, you may be too jaded to enjoy the story.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Screen Jabber
It has often been suggested that the not-so well-hidden secret to Pixar’s success is story. The studio's films can go from action spectacle to heart-warming to hilarious, and it usually works because everything is service to the story; it’s why they’re...
NorthShoreMovies.net
Which brings us to this summer’s MONSTERS UNIVERSITY, a prequel to one of their crown jewels, 2001′s “Monsters, Inc.” Here’s the short review: it’s a lot of fun, but let’s hope they don’t do a third one.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Christian Science Monitor
As prequels go, “Monsters University” is pretty nifty. Blue-furred Sulley and big-eyed Mike (voiced again by John Goodman and Billy Crystal respectively, and respectfully) meet up as students at college and discover that being scary isn’t their strong...
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
ComingSoon.net
With thirteen movies under their belt and seven released in the same number of years, Pixar Animation Studios have been put into an interesting situation through their relationship with Disney where they're still trying to create new and...
filmjabber
Mike and Sullivan are back in Monsters University, ready to sell hundreds of millions of dollars in new toys and other merchandise for the Walt Disney Company. Luckily, cash motivations don't get in the way of a good time, because the movie...
HollywoodChicago.com
Let’s everybody say it together, “the key to great animation is a great story.” This has to be the motto for Pixar Animation – now part of Disney. Their latest, “Monsters University,” is a prequel with a heart, soul and attention to what makes this...
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
New York Post
“My job isn’t to make mediocre students slightly less mediocre students,’’ says the dean in “Monsters University,’’ the third under-achieving animated feature in a row from the once-great Pixar Animation Studios.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Aisle Seat
Two years ago, Pixar took a big risk with Cars 2. They plucked the characters out of the original and stuck them not only in a new environment, but also in an entirely different genre.
The Film Yap
I’ve always thought “Monsters, Inc.” was the most underrated of the Pixar films. It came out the same year as “Shrek,” which grabbed the inaugural Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and most of the limelight. But it was a sweet, playful story...
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
NOLA.com
It's not exactly a bad word, but it's one that certain people rarely like to hear. Like your wife, when she's togged up for a night out. Or your aging-but-not-yet-elderly mother, when she can't manage to blow out all those candles on her birthday cake.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
The A.V. Club
The Golden Age of Pixar may be over—for this reviewer, it ended with Up—but even the studio’s second-tier work is transporting. In Monsters University, an army of mouse-click magicians rewind the clock on one of their most popular properties, taking...
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Reel Film Reviews
A prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc., Monsters University follows Mike (Billy Crystal) and Sulley (John Goodman) as they meet at the title locale and take an immediate disliking to one another - with the pair forced to put aside their differences after...
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Entertainment Weekly
Origin stories are all the rage. Whether they explore the backstories of men in tights like Superman or sociopaths like Norman Bates, these snapshots offer glimpses of our favorite characters before they were stars.
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
iHaveNet.com
"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.
Sacramento News & Review
The prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc. finds green eyeball Mike (voiced by Billy Crystal) and big blue Sully (John Goodman) entering college, where they hope to study at the exclusive School of Scaring, despite the disdain of faculty and fellow students.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Of all the fictional worlds that Pixar has created, the one of Monsters Inc. may be the most vibrant and rife with potential for other stories. No, we didn't really need to see how Mike and Sully became friends in college, or how Mike learned...
QNetwork Entertainment
Monsters University answers the heretofore unasked question of how James T. “Sulley” Sullivan (John Goodman), the big, blue-furry ogre, and Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal), the squatty, one-eyed green blob, of Monsters Inc. (2001) met. As the title makes...
Empire
Dazzlingly clever and hugely funny, it succeeds both as a broadening of the Monsters universe and as a film in its own right. Monsters University had a tough task, and it’s passed with honours.
Flicks.co.nz
With Brave not living up to its many expectations and Cars 2 being straight-to-video rubbish (yeah, I said it), the prospect of another Monsters Inc. film came with its own set of fears. But despite the hefty pressure from pessimistic naysayers...
Express.co.uk
This may come as a cruel blow to anyone with dreams of taking Britain’s Got Talent by storm.
Leer crítica12 jul 2013
TotalFilm.com
Before embarking on this return visit to the wacky alt-world of 2001’s Monsters, Inc., the brains at Pixar went looking for “all the great movie prequels” and came up empty-handed.
Leer crítica8 jul 2013
Shadows on the Wall
Monsters University More of an action movie than a comedy, this prequel has high energy levels as it zooms through its big-scale plot. There's an abundance of hilarious visual and verbal gags along the way. So the film is thoroughly entertaining...
Leer crítica9 jun 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Pixar may be a brand name, but it is one that is built on some solid, creative storytelling skills and savvy digital wizadry. You don’t need me to tell you it’s hard to be disappointed with a Pixar film.
Channel24
I remember the first time I watched Monster Inc as an 11-year-old, absolutely awed by the world of monsters and their use of screams as energy. It made you wish you had monsters coming out of your closet.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Interpretación
Billy Crystal...Mike (voice)
John Goodman...Sullivan (voice)
Steve Buscemi...Randy (voice)
Helen Mirren...Dean Hardscrabble (voice)
Peter Sohn...Squishy (voice)
Joel Murray...Don (voice)
Sean Hayes...Terri (voice) (as Sean P. Hayes)
Dave Foley...Terry (voice)
Charlie Day...Art (voice)
Alfred Molina...Professor Knight (voice)
Tyler Labine...Greek Council VP (voice)
Nathan Fillion...Johnny (voice)
Aubrey Plaza...Greek Council President (voice)
Bobby Moynihan...Chet (voice)
Noah Johnston...Young Mike (voice)
Julia Sweeney...Ms. Squibbles (voice)
John Krasinski...Frank McCay (voice)
Bonnie Hunt...Mrs. Graves (voice)
Jeff Pidgeon...Additional Voices (voice)
Bill Hader...Referee / Slug (voice)
Beth Behrs...PNK Carrie (voice)
Bob Peterson...Roz (voice)
John Ratzenberger...Yeti (voice)
Lori Alan...Additional Voices (voice)
Bill Farmer...Additional Voices (voice)
Phil Proctor...Additional Voices (voice)
Jim Ward...Additional Voices (voice)
April Winchell...Additional Voices (voice)
Producción
Director:Dan Scanlon
Producer:Kori Rae (producer)
John Lasseter (executive producer)
Pete Docter (executive producer)
Andrew Stanton (executive producer)
Lee Unkrich (executive producer)
Writer:Dan Scanlon (screenplay)
Robert L. Baird (screenplay) and)
Daniel Gerson (screenplay) and)
Composer:Randy Newman
Editing:Greg Snyder
Production Design:Ricky Nierva
Production Management:David Park (production manager)
Compañía
Production Studio:Pixar Animation Studios
Distributor:Walt Disney Pictures
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