DVD Features: All-New animated short film Mike's New Care (created especially for the video & DVD); Filmmakers' audio commentary; For the Birds - 2001 Academy Award winner for Best Animated Short Film; Finding Nemo - An Exclusive Sneak Peak of Disney/Pixar's summer 2003 feature film; Hilarious Outtakes and the Monsters, Inc. company play; Train for your first day at Monsters, Inc.; See the Monsters, Inc. Employee Handbook; Learn the history of the Monster World; Play Peek-A-Boo - Boo's door game; Fun-filled facts; Never-before-seen deleted scenes; 3D location flyarounds; Monstropolis art gallery featuring hundreds of images; Animation gags and guide to "In" jokes; Behind the scenes of If I Didn't Have You - 2001 Academy Award winner for Best Original Song; Choice of Viewing presentations:; Fullscreen Version of the film (1.33:1) - Specifically reframed for standard televisions; Widescreen version of the Film (1.85:1) - Enhanced for 16x9 televisions; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX; DVD-ROM links and game.
This wonderful entertainment was made by PIXAR animation who created the very successful "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" and it's brought to you by Disney putting them back in the business of making top flight family classics. There are more jokes per minutes than you've ever heard, more color and action than you ever seen, as well as a great music score by Randy Newman. It's all about the care and training of monsters and how they're coached and tested as they learn to frighten children in their rooms. Sounds scary, but it's not. After a slow start you'll soon begin to fall in love with many of the fuzzy cuddly monsters, just like the real-life (but animated) child Boo does. She somehow found her way into and doesn't want to leave. There's non-stop fun and joy aplenty in watching the happy duo (the colorfully animated Goodman and Crystal) as they try to get Boo back into her bedroom. Steve Buscemi is the voice of the really mean really ugly monster who wants to get his hands on Boo and scare the screams out of her before the good monsters can get her back into her room. But as we all know "there's no place like home" and as in all good fairy tales there's a happy ending.