monsters university

A friend told me the other day that she likes my blog but it's so sad she can't always read through. This took me back a bit, because while Caleb's is a sad situation, he is one of the funniest people I know. His therapist tells me humor is a sign of deep intelligence, and that Caleb couldn't be so funny if there wasn't a lot going on in his head. Let me share a few of my favorite Caleb stories.
The source of my ire began on a recent Friday when I was charged with renting a movie suitable for 11-year-old viewing. Translation? Something void of gratuitous sex, nonstop profanity or Jason Statham. Monsters University fit the bill.
Pixar's "Monsters University," the prequel to the studio's hit film "Monsters Inc.," goes where most kids' movies wouldn't
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[via TheWrap] "Voters on the nominating committee will now be able to view the eligible films on screeners, rather than having
American movies suck. Make that mainstream American movies circa the summer of 2013... suck. Of course, there are exceptions. If you want to say that animated movies are doing pretty well right now, I can't really argue.
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Jacob discusses the highly anticipated film "Monsters University" with AOL's Moviefone.
Full Segment: Are you looking forward to hitting the cinema this summer? Jacob discusses the highly anticipated films, "Monsters University" and "World War Z" with AOL's Moviefone. Join in the comments to share your POV!
As Monsters University (and its 2001 predecessor, Monsters, Inc.) proves, a solid comedy is a solid comedy, no matter how it's made.
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There are no world engines in Monsters University. There are no villains pretending to be someone with a much less interesting name in Monsters University. At no point in Monsters University does a daughter poison her mom, turning her mom into a bear. (I threw this Brave reference in here just to prove that it has nothing to do with Monsters University being animated.) Nope, it's just Mike (Billy Crystal) and Sulley (John Goodman) going to college with the hopes that they will learn how to scare children. That's it. Thank God.
It's a beautiful summer Friday afternoon, and Andrew W.K. looks tired. This is not his first interview of the day, and there's more work to be done once it's over.
This film is strong enough to not rely on gimmicks. In terms of the story being slightly hackneyed, this is true. The ingenuity in this feature lies in the genuine hilarity, the insightful spotlight on broader themes and, once again, the animation itself.
It seems like a whirlwind of a year for 3-D. This past weekend's rerelease of the 1993 blockbuster "Jurassic Park" collected