2007 "He's dying to become a chef."
8.1| 1h51m| G| en| More Info
Released: 28 June 2007 Released
Producted By: Walt Disney Pictures
Country: United States of America
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Official Website: http://disney.go.com/disneypictures/ratatouille

Remy, a resident of Paris, appreciates good food and has quite a sophisticated palate. He would love to become a chef so he can create and enjoy culinary masterpieces to his heart's delight. The only problem is, Remy is a rat. When he winds up in the sewer beneath one of Paris' finest restaurants, the rodent gourmet finds himself ideally placed to realize his dream.

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Ratatouille Audience Reviews

Micransix Crappy film
BoardChiri Bad Acting and worse Bad Screenplay
Comwayon A Disappointing Continuation
Gary The movie's not perfect, but it sticks the landing of its message. It was engaging - thrilling at times - and I personally thought it was a great time.
Kyle Hurcomb Over all the movie was amazing, but there was one major gripe. The rat was just too hot, I was constantly distracted I couldn't focus!
classicsoncall The first thing one has to do here is get beyond the idea of a rat becoming an accomplished French chef. Having spent my entire career in the food industry, and knowing that even one mouse dropping can fail a business's health and safety inspection, I had to cast a wary eye for this animated feature. But beyond the initial hesitation, the story turned out to be fairly creative, and I enjoyed all the clever animated sequences the artists came up with to make the story work. My best takeaway was how to tell if bread is fresh by it's 'symphony of crackle'. That didn't sound like a very technical term to me, but melodious enough to make me remember it the next time I'm in a bake shop. When Remy's creation brings food critic Anton Ego all the way back to his own Mom's home cooking, it served to make Remy the toast of Paris cuisine, proving that at least in the world of Pixar, anyone can cook.
muvi-fan-73 When it comes to animated movies, the movies I like most are the ones which appeal to children as well as adults equally. This is second movie I have liked from director Brad Bird besides The incredibles. It is better than the incredibles. I like the story, a rat controlling a human and the critic's take in the given movie.Direction, Screenplay, Cinematography: A rat losing his family along the sewers, becoming a chef, impressing a critic for what he is, also how Paris is projected from certain height, etcetera, everything has been captured well.Tone: Number one chef in Paris states that anyone can cook which really meant a person having the respected job can come from any part of society. Here the rat comes in as chef and even becomes most successful of them all. It is captured well.Music: Music is average.Final verdict: It is worth saving in your DVD collection.
eswa-56382 Ratatouille is a great movie for the whole family! The great thing about this cinematic masterpiece is that you are guaranteed to be put in a great mood after watching. The worst part about this movie is when it end and you can't watch it anymore;(. The character development throughout the movie is stellar! Remi is just a little rat named Remi, but he has big aspirations! All that Remi wants to do is be a cook, but hes a rat XD. Remi does become a cook with a little help from the wise words of chef the spirit of Chef Gusteau, as well as using Chef Linguini. The only thing about this movie that I would change is that if they had a chef named Chef Jeff, because it sounds cool. In conclusion, everyone should see this masterpiece of a movie...show it to your man, woman, child, dog, grandma, local vendors, and shout it from the rooftops.