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A Monster Outside Is A Friend Inside

Reviewing: Disney/Pixar Monsters Inc.  |  Rating:
By ladychai on
Badge: Publisher | Level: 12 | Children & Parenting Expertise:
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This story tells about a qoute: "Do not judge a book by it's cover"

Monsters Inc. tells a story of love, care, friendship and courage. Boo, the little girl in the story offered a new thrill to James "Sulley" Sullivan, a monster who only wanted to help their company produce enough electricity to power their community by means of scaring little kids.

This movie helps one realize that everything can have a reason. Monsters do not scare kids for the purposes of just scaring, that there is a deeper reason why. Maybe the reason is because it is a basic commodity for monsters to do so.

Love was depicted through Mike Wazowski, a one-eyed green ball-like monster. He love his friend, Sulley, that he is willing to risk everything and even got banished with him. His love was also depicted with his girlfriend, Celia Mae.

Care was depicted through Sulley with how much Boo meant to him eventhough they just met. Boo has become a very valuable part of his life that he is willing to risk everything for her.

Friendship was depicted through Mike and Sulley. Friendship means through thick or thin for both of this monster guys.

Courage was depicted when Boo finally gathered her strength and face her monster, Randall Boggs. It was also depicted when Sulley took the courage to let Boo go and have her door destroyed.

The children who watches the movie may not be able to see this lessons right away but when they grow up and look back, they will be able to feel this through their children. I should know, I felt it. Love, Care, Friendship and Courage should be offered to someone dear despite of any differences.