Monster’s Inc. is a fictional tale about two monsters facing adversity. The soundtrack original score was composed and conducted by Randy Newman for Pixar. The album was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score and a Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media. The score lost both these awards to The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, but after 16 nominations, the song "If I Didn't Have You" won Newman his first Academy Award for Best Original Song. It also won a Grammy for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media. In the opening credits, a version of the song “If I Didn’t Have You “ – Billy Crystal & John Goodman in score was used to foreshadow the characters that would be introduced, their relationship and the original song played at the end of the movie. At the beginning of the movie there were many scores used as character themes like “Sulley & Mike” and “Randall Appears.” Because of the character Randall’s theme the audience assumed that he was character with malevolent intentions. “Enter the Heroes” was another character theme that expressed the excitement and the good preceded to obtaining the children’s screams, the music featured violins and trumpets with loud thunderous notes of glee to intensify the moment. All throughout the movie there was musical score going along with what was happening in the story line. When something would fall or someone would laugh there was almost always music in the background to put more emphasis on whatever was happening. There was no popular music in the entire movie all music was score written specifically for Monster’s Inc. The antagonist, Randall was busy trying to out due Sulley the leader in screams and ended up leaving a door open on “The Scare Floor.” In the city of Monstropolis where the story takes place the monster use children for energy in their city but...
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