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Sulley is like LOL, that's not true, humans aren't that bad (he's already hiding/ becoming forever besties with a tiny little human, Boo, by this. Today, I have decided that I will be discussing about the cute and lovable relationship between Sulley and Boo from Monsters Inc. Anyway. Mike runs off with Boo's monster costume as the agents go after him while Waternoose notices Sulley with Boo and her door, and chases them to the simulation.
Pixar had done it again.
- Over Analysis of Monsters, Inc.
The old standby is of course the closet door, a go-to source of horror in movies and the perfect place to kick off a movie about monsters in the dark. In the world of Monsters, Inc. The problem is that there is an energy crisis. Along they way, however, they make a startling discovery that shifts everything they thought they knew about humans while uncovering a diabolical plot that goes all the way to the top. For her, Randall is the only true monster and as such, big hairy Sully is a real pal.
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They make their way to see him at an instructional practicing room where initiate monsters can learn to scare with simulation technology. Meanwhile, little Boo, still dressed as a monster, wanders onto the simulation set while Waternoose resets the device and pushes Sully to show off his goods.
He faces the mock child in the simulation machine and lets rip a magnificent, spine-tingly roar that flat out blows away the onlookers … and terrifies little Boo, who was looking right at him when it happened. Now hiding in the shadows to avoid her friend, Boo wants nothing to do with him while Sully tries to console her back, but she only weeps with fear and scurries away. The thing with Sully and Boo is that their relationship is outside the boundaries of the world they live in, where monsters and humans remain divided by strict physical laws and prejudicial assumptions.
Monsters have been raised to fear children, which is the central irony of the plot, seeing as how they are forced to extract screams of fear from kids in order to survive. Kinda like sneaking up on a shark and poking it with a stick before running back inside the cage.Monsters, Inc. (2001) - MOVIE TRAILER in HD
Sulley manages to catch up with Boo, but then Randall ambushes Sulley. Just as Randall is about to finish Sulley off, Boo suddenly jumps on Randall and beats him with a baseball bat. Boo has managed to overcome her fear of monsters, especially Randall. After Mike and Sulley banish him through another door, disable that door, and let it fall to the bottom of the chamber to ensure that he will never return, Boo blows a raspberry directed at the shattered door.
They open Boo's door, only to realize that the power has went out, but then, the door moves back to Scare Floor F, where Waternoose and the CDA agents are waiting.
Mike runs off with Boo's monster costume as the agents go after him while Waternoose notices Sulley with Boo and her door, and chases them to the simulation room, where he is lured into a trap set by Mike.
Mike exposes Waternoose's plot to kidnap a thousand children possibly including Boo to satisfy his own agenda to the agents, who then turn on Waternoose and arrest him.
Immediately thereafter, Rozrevealed to be Agent of the CDA, enters and decides that Boo's door is to be destroyed after she is safely returned to her room in order to ensure that she will never come back again. She lets Sulley have 5 minutes to say goodbye.
Sulley takes her in to her room and tucks her in after she shows him her toys, including Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl from Toy Story 2a ball from Luxo, Jr.
Boo and Sulley take a possibly one last look at each other, then after Sulley closes the door, Boo then opens it to possibly surprise him, only to find her closet instead and Sulley nowhere. After her door is shredded, Sulley feels sad that he'll never see Boo again and keeps one of the splintered pieces from her door as a memento.
The door becomes functional when Sulley places the piece he has kept, and he opens it to see Boo, who although off-screen recognizes him by saying, "Kitty!
Personality Boo is a nauseatingly adorable toddler who is curious, and naive.
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She can speak, but has baby, gibberish vocabulary. The only actual words she says in the film are "Boo! In other ways, she is advanced for her age, such as already being potty trained. This is seen when she shows to Sulley that she needs to go to the bathroom and doesn't need help.
Appearance Boo has brown eyes as well as brown hair in pigtails with pink hair ties.
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She is shown wearing a pink nightshirt, purple capris leggings, and white socks. She makes friends with Mike Wazowski and Sulley after she sneaks through her door into Monsters, Inc.
Trivia In one of the film's early drafts, she was originally an 8 year-old boy named Raymond, who befriended Sulley back then named Hob. According to the artwork in the DVD, there are a bunch of drawings of Boo being slightly older possibly around the ages in her early works; but the final designs were later confirmed that Boo would be a toddler instead of a child.
In the documentary with the characters, Billy Crystal said that Boo was an adorable three-year-old little creation. At another point, Boo was going to be the youngest and only female child with siblings who was constantly picked on by her older brothers, and befriended Sulley then known as Johnson so that he could protect her.