The Three CommentEARS Episode 6: Monsters, Inc.

 
 
Kelvin

Over 15 years since monsters and children relations changed for the better, Monsters, Inc. still remains one of the shining examples of the Pixar formula. Originally recorded in 2013, this commentary features hosts Albert “Put That Thing Back” Gutierrez, Pedro “Where It Came From” Hernandez, and Kelvin “Or So Help Me” Cedeño each sharing their own different perspective on this story and its character’s journeys. The track also has doors that lead to subjects such as the various scrapped story elements, the film’s theme park presence, the impact on a post-9/11 audience, and your hosts’ own experiences with monsters in the closet.

 

Instructions on Syncing Up This Commentary with Your Copy of the Film: Both the film and commentary track run the same length. To maximize your enjoyment of this commentary, press play on both film and commentary together. Then sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! You can also right-click here and select “Save As” to download our mp3 of this commentary for portable listening.

 

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