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Party Central is a american film of genre Comedy released in USA on 21 march 2014 with John Goodman

Party Central (2014)

Party Central
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Released in USA 21 march 2014
Length 6minutes
OriginUSA
Genres Comedy,    Fantasy,    Animation
Rating69% 3.4896353.4896353.4896353.4896353.489635

Party Central is a 2013 Pixar computer animated short directed by Kelsey Mann. It first premiered August 9, 2013 at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California and was shown in theaters with Muppets Most Wanted. Party Central is the second short in the Monsters, Inc. series and takes place shortly after the events of Monsters University. The short involves Mike and Sulley helping their Oozma Kappa fraternity brothers make their party a success.

Synopsis

Mike and Sulley are visiting Monsters University for the weekend to see how their Oozma Kappa fraternity brothers are doing. The group is throwing its first party, but no one has shown up. However, Mike and Sulley have a plan to liven up the house. Using a borrowed door station, they sneak into a party at the Roar Omega Roar fraternity and steal all of its food and guests to fill the Oozma Kappa house. The supply runs take them through the closet doors of a married couple's bedroom, repeatedly disturbing their sleep.

Actors

John Goodman

(Sullivan (voice))
Billy Crystal

(Mike (voice))
Sean Hayes

(Terri (voice))
Dave Foley

(Terry (voice))
Joel Murray

(Don (voice))
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