Complete movie, free online access. Pixarjev animirani film Pošasti iz omare z angleškimi podnapisi
Directed by Pete Docter
Produced by Darla K. Anderson
Screenplay by Andrew Stanton, Daniel Gerson
Story by Pete Docter, Jill Culton, Jeff Pidgeon, Ralph Eggleston
Music by Randy Newman
Editing by Jim Stewart
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Release date November 2, 2001
Running time 92 minutes
Country United States
Budget $115 million
Box office $526,366,597
Starring (Voice cast):
—John Goodman as James P. "Sulley" Sullivan – The main protagonist of the film. Sulley is a giant furry blue friendly and sweet monster with horns and purple spots. Even though he excels at scaring children, he is kind hearted and thoughtful by nature. Sulley is relatively laid-back, and has a relaxed and on going happy personality.
—Billy Crystal as Michael "Mike" Wazowski – The deuteragonist of the film. Mike is a green monster with a ball-shaped body, a single big eyeball, and skinny arms and legs. He runs Sulley's station on the scare floor, and they are close friends and roommates. Mike has an outgoing personality and is dating Celia Mae. He has an ego that often makes him forget something obvious, such as how his face is obscured in adverisements for the company. He makes cameo appearances in Finding Nemo, Cars, WALL-E and Toy Story 3.
—Mary Gibbs as Boo – A 2-year-old human girl who is unafraid of any monster except Randall, who regularly scared her at night. She overcomes her fear of Randall by the end of the movie. The book based on the film gives Boo's "real" name as Mary Gibbs, the name of her voice actress. In the film, Boo shows Sulley a drawing of Randall with the name "Mary" signed in the corner.
—Steve Buscemi as Randall Boggs – An impatient, multi-legged lizard-shaped monster with a chameleon-like ability to change skin color and blend in completely with his surroundings. He is Sulley's rival in scream collection and serves as the main antagonist of the film.
—Jennifer Tilly as Celia Mae – A gorgon-like monster with snakes for hair. She is Mike's girlfriend and the receptionist for Monsters, Inc..
—James Coburn as Henry J. Waternoose III – A crab-like monster with five eyes. At the start of the film, he is CEO of Monsters, Inc., the job having been in his family for three generations, though he has a much more sinister plot in store and serves as the secondary antagonist of the film.
—Bob Peterson as Roz – A slug-like monster with a raspy voice (similar to Selma Diamond's). She is the administrative clerk for Scarefloor F. At the end of the film she turns out to be the Child Detection Agency's (CDA) "Number One", working undercover for years to reveal the child kidnap plot. She holds a great deal of power over the rest of the CDA, even knowing human contact is not poisonous to monsters.
—Frank Oz as Jeff Fungus – Randall's red-skinned three-eyed assistant and reluctant participant in the plot.
—John Ratzenberger as the Abominable Snowman – A yeti banished to the Himalayas. He gave Mike and Sullivan shelter after they were banished. He frequently offers them lemon-flavored snow cones.
—Samuel Lord Black as George Sanderson – A furry monster with a horn on top of his head, he was frequently assisted by Charlie. He is the butt of a running gag in which he repeatedly contacts human artifacts by accident (due to the static cling of his fur), triggering "23–19" incidents and humorously overblown reactions by the CDA resulting in the removal of his hair.
—Dan Gerson as Smitty and Needleman – Two goofy monsters with cracking voices who work as janitors and operate the door shredder when required.
—Jeff Pidgeon as Thaddeus Bile (though his friends call him "Phlegm") – A trainee scarer for Monsters, Inc.
—Bonnie Hunt as Ms. Flint – A snake-like monster who trains new monsters to scare children.
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