Monsters, Inc. (2001)
Serves as a tie-in prequel to Monsters, Inc.
Takes place where the movie ends.
takes place after Monsters, Inc. and before Monsters University
The name of the city 'Monstropolis'
Sulley's reactions on when he believes what is Boo getting crushed by the trash compactor.
The famous string score is heard when Sulley tries to evade Boo in the men's bathroom.
The opening titles are similar in both films
During the outtakes Rex (from Toy Story), auditioning for "Ted", quotes Dustin Hoffman's line "I can be taller"
The monsters are walking onto the scarefloor in slow-motion, as in this movie.
Sullivan's general stature and some movements closely resembles those of Ludo's.
Boo knocks over a DVD case of this title.
The ball is in Boo's room.
The chair Krang uses is seen being sat in by Mike Wazowski for the company play.
Child befriends a monster and discovers an underworld of monsters
sign on Roz's window says "it's my way or the highway."
Randall positions Sulley to die in a way that closely resembles when Scar positions Simba to die.
There's a Pizza Planet truck parked to the left of the trailer where Randall ends up at. Plus Andy's wallpaper is used as one of Randall's backgrounds. Sid's Wraith Rock Monster poster is on the room of the kid that gets shredded near the start of the film. Toy clown is seen on the laugh floor at the end of the movie.
Steve Buscemi's character threatens to put somebody into a wood chipper, which was the fate of his character in Fargo.
When Boo knocks over a stack of Mike and Sulley's DVDs at the apartment, a case of Volume 1 of Cowboy Bebop can be seen on the floor.
Randall ends up in the trailer first seen in this movie.
Back in Boo's room, she shows off her Jesse doll. Also, Rex the dinosaur features in the end credits outtakes.
The name of the city 'Monstropolis'
Back in Boo's room, she shows off her Nemo doll. Also, there is a clown fish mounted on the wall the trailer that Randall ends up
Title mentioned at the end of Family Dinner Arguments II
Title mentioned by Nick Burn's dad
Robert is getting a Monsters Inc themed Happy Meal from McDonalds
The title is mentioned on a cinema-billboard
Turtle Talk with Crush is inspired by Disney Pixar's Monsters Inc.
A poster can be seen.
Mike Wazowski is seen swimming with flippers at the end credits of Finding Nemo.
A James P. "Sulley" Sullivan doll is seen
Violet in "The Incredibles" renders herself invisible in much the same manner as Randall Boggs.
DVD on a shelf at the video store.
Bonnie Hunt is attributed to working on this film.
Referred to during a story on Pixar's sale to Disney.
A logo for the CDA can be seen on the race cars.
Pixar event, pictures seen, title spoken.
When the cops enter the Hotel where Aachi and Ssipak are staying, The Lady behind the counter shows a striking resemblence to Roz, the Dispatch manager in Monsters, Inc..
Mentioned as answer to a preliminary question about movies with monster in the title.
Vhs tape seen
Simon and friends are playing a name the movie by some quotes game.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sounds very similar to the Child Detection Agency (CDA).
Pete Docter wears a shirt with a "Monsters, Inc." design
a poster for the film can be seen on the wall at Le Paws
Sully's garbage cube in Wall-E's garbage; Mike Wazowski statue in other scene
Included in a $500 question
Mike and Sulley, in their car forms, are seen briefly when Mater drifts through a Japanese restaurant, that is referring to Harryhausen's Sushi resturant
The Nostalgia Critic insinuates that "Monsters, Inc." is a rip-off of "Aaahh! Real Monsters".
correct response in "Movies in Minivans" category
Poster shown when Hewy discusses Pixar movies
A poster has the line 'I'm always watching you- always', a similar line to Roz from Monsters Inc.
Reference in a $2,000 clue in the category "Stars by Movie Roles"
Mike and Sulley toy seen in background
Subject of a $5,000 question
Reference in a $2,000 question
DVD cover shown.
Shrek won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature beating this Pixar film.
When the toddlers are entering the classroom, a quick glimpse of Mary (aka Boo), the only human character in Monsters Inc., can be seen.
You can dress up as Mike and Sully.
John Goodman, who played the opposite council in Bee Movie voice Sulley in this Pixar film.
Mike is seen in the cloud sightings
Jaimetud has a Monster, Inc. poster in the background
Sulley jumps out of Andy's closet
Mike and Sully are visible on the title card
Hewy: "While I'm excited to hear a prequel for Monsters Inc."
Twayne buys a pink Sully doll.
Mike & Sulley seen at the restaurant.
Costumes of the characters of this movie.
Mentioned in dialogue by Craig Griffith.
Lynda says it will be re-released in the 3D format in 2013
A relief carving of Sulley is visible in the Witch's cottage.
Hewy discusses hair in Pixar movies.
Animat says the premise of Hotel Transylvania sounds like a ripoff of this film.
Doug gets angry when people say Monsters, Inc. stole the idea from Little Monsters when there were ideas like that before both.
Ralph is sure Vanellope will be disappointed from her car, but she is very enthusiastic about it - much like Sullivan was afraid Mike will be disappointed to notice his picture in the news is all but covered.
Tim and Gregg review this film
Sully asks Luke Skywalker if he has seen Boo.
AniMat mentions "Mike & Sully's Monster Shots" as a "rejected Pixar drink".
Monsters Academy inspired by Monsters Inc.
Pete Docter made this film after abandoning WALL·E's original idea, then titled "Trash Planet".
A poster with "Winds of Change" can be seen hanging up in Randall's room at the beginning of the film. This refers to the quote from the first movie when Randall says to Mike "Do you hear that? It's the winds of change".
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
Billy Crystal says he had to imitate Mike Wazowski for a year after showing his grandchildren the film
Video case is shown.
characters seen in attendance during award ceremony footage
Dan mentions the movie by name.
At the end Sam confesses he played Sully from Monsters Inc.
Mentioned in dialogue by Sam Hanna.
Adnan Virk says he liked this movie but not the sequel
The Cutie Mark Crusaders scream scaring somebody who than falls on a cactus. The same happened in this film (with knucklebones instead of a cactus).
Kyle questions Sarah naming the terminator just like Mike questioned Sulley naming the human in Monsters Inc
Poster is shown.
Mentioned by narrator
Mentioned by Lawrence.
correct answer in "Animated Films" category
Included as a possible answer to question.
among Disney films that have surprise villains
Staci looks a lot like Boo.
Sid references the characters.
Sean talks about a scene where Baby is watching this film on TV.
reviewed + footage used
Clips are shown
featured in clips
Screenplay Cliché segment
Clips of mistakes shown
Talks about the movie and clips are shown
Clips of mistakes shown
A clip is featured.
Clip shown during introduction.
Short clip shown
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Mike Wazowski is #19.
Number 9 in the top 10 best Pixar movies.
AniMat gives his opinion on the first film. Clips briefly shown.
Clip is shown
Sulley seen during "In Memoriam" montage for Daniel Gerson
Clip is shown
Critic discusses how a sequel could go, never mind the unnecessary prequel
Baby flips past this on TV, and is later caught quoting from it
the ad in the beginning of Monsters Inc spoofs the ad at the end of Starship Troopers
In the outtakes, the scarers walking into the Scare Floor in the same manner as the drillers before falling all over themselves.
John Ratzenberger talks about it as it is shown at the end (Monster Trucks, Inc.)
A "Monsters, Ltd." poster hangs at the Nickel 'n' Dime Animation Studio office.
Pokémonsters, Inc. is a spoof of this movie.
Spoofed in the poster for "Behind the Closet Door"