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News by Madmozell posted hace más de un año
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"Monsters University" had a great opening weekend debuting to $82 million.

While most were excited to see the duo of Mike and Sulley (Billy Crystal and John Goodman) reunited on screen together during their college days, others were probably más excited with the thrills of the hidden gems in any pixar flick.

pixar is notorious for hiding a few iconic symbols in each of its films along with a hint at its siguiente movie.

disney publicly released a few of these little Easter Eggs along with high resolution photos.

Check them out below along with a few others we've compiled from around the Web and with our own eagle eyes.

Did tu spot these while seeing the film?

The pizza Planet Truck

The famous "Toy Story" truck appears in nearly every pixar film. In "Monsters University" it pops up outside the JOX fraternity house in its driveway.

The Luxo Ball

[i]The ball from Pixar's first computer animated short film "Luxo Jr" in 1986 appears in graffiti on the muro behind two characters, Claire Wheeler and Brock Pearson, while they're introduced during...
Review by dave posted hace más de un año
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Mike is ready to take on the world!
It’s been 12 years since Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan scared their way into our hearts in Pixar’s original hit animated comedy Monsters, Inc. It was one of my favorito! pixar cine of all time. Billy Crystal and John Goodman brought to life two cartoon monsters with magical chemistry. Needless to say when it was announced that there would be a sequel to Monster’s Inc. without the creative genius of Pete Docter behind the helm, I was a bit skeptical that it would be más of a direct-to-DVD project than Toy Story 2 and 3. I was so wrong. Dan Scanlon and his team of writers crafted a timeless story of self-realization, teamwork, friendship and believing in yourself. It was yet another pixar movie that succeeded at tugging the heartstrings and aching the belly with laughter in a way that only pixar can. Billy Crystal and John Goodman picked up right where they left off with the same brilliant on-screen chemistry from Monsters, Inc.

The story begins with a young Mike Wazowski discovering his dream of becoming a professional scarer on a school field trip to Monsters, Inc. The only problem with his dream is that he isn’t very scary. He diligently works his way...