Monsters Inc. featured movie Saturday


The Garden City Recreation Commission will present "Monsters Inc." at

The Garden City Recreation Commission will present "Monsters Inc." at

Silver Screen Saturday Nights at Stevens Park. Movies start at dusk


"Monsters Inc.," the animated feature from the creators of "Toy

Story," shows life behind the scenes of things that go bump in the

night. The big, blue and fuzzy James P. Sullivan, portrayed by John

Goodman, and his opinionated, one-eyed roommate Mike Wzowski, played by

Billy Crystal, are two professional "scare specialists." Their job is to

harness the energy created when they make little kids scream.

This energy is bottled and keeps their society going. When they

accidentally let a young girl named Boo into their world behind the

closets and under the beds, it throws their life into chaos. Boo finds

out that the monsters are more scared of her than she is of them.

Attendees are urged to bring lawn chairs, wear bug repellent and their favorite movie snack.

Popcorn and drinks will be available for sale for $1 each and

proceeds will benefit the Summer Youth Musical trip to the Junior

Theater Festival in Atlanta.

For movie titles and future showings, visit In the

event of high winds or severe weather, movies will be rescheduled. Call

the Hotline at 276-1202 for cancellation details.

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