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Monsters, Inc. is a 2001 computer animated family comedy film and the fourth feature-length film produced by Pixar Animation Studios.
It was a commercial and critical success, grossing over $525,366,597 worldwide. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes also reported extremely positive reviews with a fresh 95% approval rating.

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Plot
Monsters, Inc. is the power utility in Monstropolis, a city populated by monsters; the company uses the power of human children screams when scared by its employees, entering their rooms via closets linked to special doors on the company's "scare floor", to generate the city's power. However, due to children becoming desensitized, the company finds itself struggling to meet power needs. One day, the company's top scarer, James P. Sullivan ("Sulley") finds a door left unattended and powered, but looking inside, finds the room empty. However, he quickly discovers its child, a toddler girl, has followed him back to the monster world, thinking him to be a giant kitty. Fearing human contact, Sulley collects the girl and gets in touch with his partner Mike Wazowski to determine what to do. Dressing the girl up as a monster, and giving her the nickname "Boo", the two attempt to return her the next day but instead discover that Sulley's competitor for top scarer, Randall, has created a device to extract screams from children, whom he brings into the monster world for this purpose.
Sulley and Mike, carrying Boo, attempt to alert Monsters, Inc.'s president, Henry J. Waternoose, while he is attending a training session for new monsters. However, Waternoose asks Sulley to demonstrate his scare tactics, and when Sulley growls loudly, Boo reveals herself as a human child. Waternoose, taking Boo, promised to set things right, but instead reveals he is in on Randall's scheme, worried for the future of the company, and exiles Sulley and Mike to the Himalayas in Nepal.
Sulley and Mike have a falling out, Sulley only concerned about getting back to Boo. Sulley quickly scavenges parts from stockpiles from the Yeti, another exiled monster, and returns to the nearest village to use a door and return to Monsters, Inc. He arrives in time to rescue Boo, shortly followed by Mike who helps them to escape from Randall. The three lead Randall to the scare floor and into the company's door vaults, where Boo's laughter powers the millions of doors in storage. Randall chases them through numerous doors, but eventually the three overpower him, and throw him through a door, destroying the door afterwards. The three turn and trick Waternoose into stating the purpose of Randall's scare machine on tape. Roz reveals herself as the lead agent of the Child Detection Agency, a group that deals with human contact, and takes Waternoose away. Roz then forces Sulley and Mike to return Boo home, and after a tearful goodbye, her door is "shredded", though Sulley keeps one of the wood splinters as a reminder.
Sometime later, Sulley becomes president of Monsters, Inc., and changes the company approach; as they found with Boo, children's laughter is several times more effective than their screams, so they now send monsters in to make children laugh. Mike reveals to Sulley a secret project he was working on, recreating Boo's door piece by piece, and with the final piece Sulley kept, the door is able to work again. As the movie closes, Sulley peeks into Boo's room to find that she still remembers him.