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In the film there is a “queering” of the relationship between the two meaning to, ending her innocent life through misunderstanding and heavy handedness. In the broadest terms, Boo and Sully's attachment is dangerously. There is honestly nothing better than settling down for a cosy night in with Mike, Sully and Boo, and we honestly can't count the amount of times. By all his actions, Sulley proves himself to be a well-meaning person who strives to do the right thing. He was shown to be observant and keen-minded to Boo's.
A horrified Boo sees this and shrinks from this mediated version of Sully yelling at an animatronic child. The scene shows us a tainted view of Sully; on the multiple monitors he is examined from every possible angle.
Sully is unable to take care of children because he is seen as monstrous, it matters not that no one has let him look after a child before, he must be bad at it because society deems that he will be through his representation in the media. With this Randle and Waternoose force children to be scared; sucking screams out of them.
- Everything I need to know, I learned from "Monsters Inc."
- James P. Sullivan
Before seeing this alternative side of Sully she has been more than happy in his company. She embodies the tabula rasa of the infant — a blank slate on which society writes its values on for her to follow. In the end, Sully confronts Waternoose about what potential harm that Boo could possibly do. Waternoose acknowledges that Boo is harmless to the world of monsters, admits that Sully would be a good father, and that there would be no problem in him keeping the child for his own.
It is simply that the world of monsters would not be ready to accept her as his. His confession is caught on the same camera that betrayed Sully in the previous scene, and the plan of Randle and Waternoose is foiled. The same medium that was used to turn Boo against Sully is used to show the evils of those who first used it against him. In this we see the good that the media is able to do in the debate and expose the ridiculousness of the opposition to gay adoption. The narrative demands that Sully must suffer in his Inner Most Cave in order to grow and return to his Ordinary World with an Elixir of Knowledge fulfilling his inner journey while completing his outer one.
In this case it is the understanding that there is more to life than the scare record he longs to maintain. Through his experience with Boo, Sully has learnt that he must reform to be a compassionate individual, and now in charge of Monsters Inc. He decides to re-educate his workers in the more compassionate human techniques of antiquated vaudeville and slapstick comedy. Although all is not over and the ending of Monsters Inc offers us a coda that will allow us a moment of emotional catharsis and brings us back to notions of fatherhood.
Sully then inserts the last fragment that he has been keeping as a souvenir. The grown up Boo may not react to Sully with the curiosity that she did as a very small child. Rather she may view him with fear or possibly resentment as her tabula-rasa becomes further corrupted with various other ideologies that society offers to her. The last image becomes a paradox, a texture which is not quite a text: However, the more romanticised Hollywood ending would be that she rushes up and flings her arms around Sully happy that he has returned to her.
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This was most likely due to him having worked his way up through the ranks of the company from mailman to janitor to cafeteria work to can wrangler and finally to scarer. One of the defining traits of his character was his friendship with his Scaring-Assistant, Mike Wazowski.
They're best friends, roommates, incredibly devoted to each other, and help each other out, as Sulley secured a reservation for Mike at Harryhausen's for his date with Celia Mae on her birthday, and covered for him in a paperwork concern. Sulley's world, however, is turned upside-down when he discovers a human child, initially and frantically doing everything he can to get rid of her while trying not to get "infected" due to the Monsters' mistaken beliefs that human children are "toxic, deadly, that a single touch could kill them".
When left with no choice, he involves Mike, who is more concerned with their career and their well-beings, but as Sulley spends time with the girl, he warms up to her and comes to disregard everything he's ever believed about human children, eventually giving her the name "Boo", and becomes attached to her, like a father.
However, his affection and protectiveness for Boo put a strain on his friendship with Mike as he relies on Mike to help him in his madcap efforts to keep Boo safe from Randall and hide her and their discretions from the CDA.
When Mike protests, Sulley chooses to help Boo over appeasing Mike's pride. When Sulley, at the demand of his boss, does a scare-demonstration and accidentally frightens Boo, he tries to reassure her it wasn't real, but then he notices the images of the demonstration, showing Boo horrified at his roaring.
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His many years as a Scarer comes back to haunt him when Boo is so frightened of him that she shies from his touch to his shame and regret. By all his actions, Sulley proves himself to be a well-meaning person who strives to do the right thing. He was shown to be observant and keen-minded to Boo's laughs super-charging electronics in ways screams had never done although Sulley appears to be a little trusting in some cases although he was completely fooled by his own boss, Waternoose, and he has a strong moral compass; he is appalled by Waternoose's plan to kidnap children to harvest their screams.
Even so, Sulley has a powerful devotion to those he cares for, risking his job, his life, and even his friendship with Mike to save Boo, and while he has his ups and downs with Mike they are true and loyal friends to each other, despite their differences. In Monsters University, year old Sulley was shown to be very different than he was later in life: Because of these traits, Sulley wasn't a model student and very lazy, once stating "You don't need to study Scaring; you just do it!
He was also chosen to join the Roar Omega Roar fraternity due to his Scaring talent. To his frustration, however, Mike was beating him in class because of Mike's keen studying while Sulley wasn't doing well. Sulley realized just having the talent wasn't enough when Dean Hardscrabble kicked him and Mike out of the Scare Program, for which he blamed Mike evident by constantly glaring at him and crushing a scream canister in his handseven though he was bullying him and not studying.
Roar Omega Roar also took the jacket away, which meant that he was kicked out of their group. But later, he was desperate enough to join Mike and the Oozma Kappa fraternity to get back in by winning the Scare Games when he overheard Mike and Hardscrabble's wager, that if OK won, the whole team would be allowed in the Scaring Program.
He came off as shallow, deeming Oozma Kappa to be lost causes when they kept losing even suggesting to Mike that they get a new team as well as cheating but eventually came to appreciate them for their friendship.
Even so, Sulley wanted so bad to get back into the Scaring Program that he rigged the last event so that Mike would easily win, as he honestly didn't think Mike was scary. At first, Sulley tried to justify his cheating but realized what it almost cost him, especially when Mike sought to prove himself by scaring actual children, and when an argument erupted between them, Sulley revealed that being a Sullivan made everyone expect him to be scary, and while he acted scary and confident, in truth, Sulley was terrified of the expectations he had to live up to, and what his family would think of him if he didn't.
The friendship and teamwork between Mike and Sulley enabled them to surprise Dean Hardscrabble, who indirectly encouraged them to work as mailmen for Monsters Inc. They worked together until at last, they achieved their dream of becoming a Scare-Team. Physical appearance Sulley is a large hairy blue monster with purple spots and periwinkle eyes.
He has curved horns, white claws, razor sharp fangs, white spikes that run down his backside to the end of his long dinosaur-like tail, and a large furry belly. He has bushy eyebrows and a dark teal nose. In Monsters University, it is revealed he sheds and was thinner with mullet-like hair.
Sulley was top scarer of Monsters, Inc. Sulley, who was initially hesitant, became Boo's protector and obtained a fatherly role to the human. Constantly worrying about her and protecting her from harm while at the same time unlocking the secrets that humans were not as deadly as rumored.
Starting by treating Boo like a pet, he eventually grew to care for her, the attention drawing away from a jealous Mike.
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Randall BoggsSulley's rival who also wants to be top scarer, tries to use Boo in an experiment to forcibly extract screams for the growing energy crisis that rely on their cries to provide, and risking his friendship with Mike. Sulley's shame, however, is turned to shock when he realizes the boss, with whom he's always been on good terms with, is not the good man he thought he was when Waternoose banishes him and Mike to the human world. Even so, Sulley does everything he can to get back to the monster world and save Boo, even leaving Mike who refuses to come.
Confronting Randall back in Monstropolis, Sulley tries to save Boo and briefly engages the rival scarer until the intervention of Mike who followed Sulley back to apologize gives Sulley the upper hand to knock Randall out cold.
Reunited, Mike, Sulley, and Boo search the doors for Boo's room; when Randall catches up to them, Boo helps defeat Randall and the group send Randall into one of the doors, trapping him in the human world. When the trio returns, Waternoose attempts to carry out his plan; he follows Sulley and Boo back in Boo's room to kidnap the young girl. However, it turns out Sulley tricked Mr. Waternoose into confessing Randall's plan and him working as Randall's boss while Mike records the confession and smugly replays it to watching CDA agents that he supposedly "distracted".
Immediately, the CDA turn on Mr.
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Waternoose and arrest him for being in conspiracy with Randall. After undercover CDA agent Roz declares Boo's door must be destroyed after Boo is safely returned home, Sulley is heartbroken and gives Boo a fond goodbye, and is more crestfallen since the entire fiasco will shut down the factory. He quickly retrieves a piece of the door without anyone noticing. However, a stray remark by Mike, along with an observation he'd made, helps Sulley realize the human children's laughter is ten times more powerful than screams.
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He manages to not only save the company, but revolutionize it by having monsters make kids laugh instead of scaring them, solving Monstropolis' energy crisis. Furthermore, Sully becomes the company's new CEO. Despite his success, Sulley sadly holds onto a piece of Boo's door and a drawing she made of him and her holding hands but Mike reveals to him that, after trial and error evidenced by all the bandanges on his handhe managed to restore Boo's door except for the piece Sulley still has the door will not work unless it has every piece.
Sulley places the piece in its place, reactivating Boo's door and steps through. To his joy, he is reunited with Boo. Sometime after the events of the film, Sulley announces " Put That Thing Back Where It Came From or So Help Me ", a company play that stars Mike, who has also directed, written, and produced the play, in front of the audience, and he appears in the play as a co-star.
Teen Sulley in Monster University. Sulley appears in the prequel, looking shorter, skinnier, and shaggier.