Monsters University

Monsters University

A look at the relationship between Mike and Sulley during their days at Monsters University — when they weren't necessarily the best of friends.

Sulley and Mike are all grown up. They have stable jobs, lives of freedom. But nobody knows that Sulley and Mike had to go on a hard training, which makes Beast Monster Mike and Sulley today. Let's follow their memories in this interesting movie . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Monsters University torrent reviews

Ashley M (au) wrote: Thats my sisters name

Yuko K (ca) wrote: got dvd @ Delhi airport......a bit hard to find great bollywood movie recently..

Kwong C (ag) wrote: I was quite puzzled with the scene where Miss G visiting a bakery; she acted so differently. It reminds me a little of the movie Shawshank Redemption; the school is like the prision

Christy R (jp) wrote: Despite a powerhouse cast, the movie drags. It's hard to understand the decisions that are made. The film is more psychological than suspenseful. 3

John H (nl) wrote: Another film with an incoherent plot, but there are some remarkable fight scenes.

Harry W (es) wrote: A cleverly written accurate take on teenage peformance art filled with glitz and glamour and all kinds of creative elements as well as so egress acting by the youth of America's talent

Suveera A (nl) wrote: A great adult-love drama, with the undeniably sexy chemistry between Amitabh and Rekha. Rakhee and Vinod also did a great job acting. Disturbingly, Bachchan's stalker-pursuing attitude for Rakhee is thinly disguised as pure love obsession. However, the film's songs are the best features of the entire show, pure melody classics such as "Salaam-E-Ishq" a delectable Mujra exquisitely performed by Rekha; "Pyar Zindagi Hai" my personal favourite song; "O Saathi Re" definitely the best song of all. The film's climax/conclusion was a totally depressing let-down affair, which I didn't like at all.

Jason M (de) wrote: The Warner's excellent anti-fascist piece starring Bette Davis and Paul Lukas, reprising his role from Lillian Hellman's 1939 eponymous play.

Dustin B (it) wrote: Unnaturally prolongs the lifespan of 30 minutes of interesting material to an inhumane 100 minutes.

Philip V (au) wrote: Wow, very impressive. Special effects were a bit on the cheap side but everything else was spot on. Loved the story and the action was superb.

Justin M (ca) wrote: I really wanted to like this, but it went out of the way to be vulgar. Like Quentin Tarintino's speech in Pulp Fiction.