I noticed something. To my horror, I haven’t update all the movies I’ve watched this year, so might have a few movie reviews for upcoming posts. Argh.
Another of DreamWorks’ production, this show is also pretty good, quite funny throughout. And mot importantly, there’s a cute mascot thing around: the saber tooth thingy at the top left corner. I realized a movie is actually more like-able when there are cute little things that keep appearing occasionally in the movie. Like How to Train A Dragon, like Despicable Me, and whatever else you can think of.
Well… Since it’s been 3 months at least since I’ve watched this, can’t remember exactly how I felt then.
The main point is, this show is nice, just go and watch it. LOL.
K, just watched this a few days back, thus have a better memory of it than The Croods.
Hmm, as usual, Pixar is slowly getting taken over my DreamWorks. This movie is not bad, it gives those who’ve watched Monsters Inc. a better idea of the relationship between the Sully and Mike. We came to know how they actually knew each other and what they had went through together before.
Actually, for the whole movie, the part I like the most is actually at the last part when the credits is rolling, which shows how they worked their way up from the bottomest ranking. Erm, technically, that’s not even part of the movie..
The storyline is pretty standard, very much like a typical kind of college movies; 2 characters that didn’t get along well, and then stuck in a lousy team, went through certain tests together where they then realized that teamwork is the most important thing in a team. Very. very. typical. So much so I find it quite surprising that Pixar made this movie. The same studio that made Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, Up and other great titles. Have no idea since when Pixar started going for “normal animations”.
Anyways, if you’ve already watched Monster Inc, might as well just watch this movie as this is the prequel to it.
I’m just happy there’s a slight twist at the ending.