If Monsters, Inc. was getting a remake.
For years, the Japanese government has kept a secret: mythical creatures such as centaurs, harpies, and lamias are real. Three years before the start of the story, the government revealed the existence of these creatures and passed a legal bill, the "Interspecies Cultural Exchange Act". Since then, these creatures, known as "liminals," have become a part of human society, living with ordinary families like foreign exchange students and au-pair visitors, but with other duties and restrictions (the primary restriction being that liminals and humans are forbidden from harming each other). Kimihito Kurusu did not volunteer for the exchange program, but ...
The film begins with Max, a lonely nine-year-old boy with an active imagination whose parents are divorced, wearing a wolf costume and chasing his dog. His older sister, Claire, does nothing when her friends crush Max's snow fort (with him inside) during a snowball fight. Out of frustration, Max messes up her bedroom and destroys a frame that he had made for her. At school, Max's teacher teaches him and his classmates about the eventual death of the sun. Later on, his mother, Connie, invites her boyfriend Adrian to dinner. Max becomes upset with his mother for not coming to ...
The voyage home of a Trojan hero, Ulysses King of Ithaca, who goes out on a Mysterious Journey with his crew across the seas, to fight against Gods and Monsters.
In the near future, due to the discovery of extraterrestrial DNA and the invention of mind-control technology, The military have managed to create an army of alien monsters and use them as weapons of war. But until the creatures become self-aware and turn against their creators. MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for intense sequence of creature violence and some disturbing images.
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