Lets face it there have been a lot of these type of films around in recent years. Some of the them very good - others seem to be rewritten versions of earlier ones. But Ratatouille is one of the best.
The storyline, music and depth (yes I did say depth) of the characters is great for a 2D film.
It is just an enjoyable very well put together film - the actors chosen for the parts are well cast and (apart from one use of dodgy language late in the film which shocked the younger member of our family, and is the reason why I rated as good instead of excellent), I would recommend it to all.
I saw this film in the cinema with my boyfriend and we both thought it was brilliant! This is definitely a film for all ages. My boyfriend, a film fanatic, is very fussy about films, and usually likes films that arent animation, but have great special effects such as Matrix or Ghost Rider, but unusually, he said this one was great. Thats good enough for me and should be good enough for anyone. The film, based in Paris, had me in fits the whole way through Definitely worth buying, and thanks to find-dvd i can buy it cheaper than most with only my student wages! lol
You will believe a rat can cook! After all, his mentor, the recently-deceased culinary legend,Chef Gusteau always said: 'Anyone can cook'. Ratatouille is another example of what Pixar can achieve with the 'Incredible' Brad Bird as Head Chef in their computer-driven kitchen. Unless you are troubled by the slightly scattergun accents employed by the voice cast, the film is a pleasure from beginning to end with its slower plot-developing periods rendered worthwhile by the tension created as the fearsome critic, Anton Ego (an outstanding Peter O'Toole) pits his cultured taste-buds and sharp pen against the resurgent reputation of Gusteau's restaurant. Ratatouille is a reminder that people of all ages can still enjoy films with nothing gratuitous in them - except perhaps some mouth-watering...
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Animated adventure from the creators of 'Cars' and 'The Incredibles'. Remy (voiced by Patton Oswalt) is a rat who dreams of becoming a great French chef despite the obvious problem of being a rat in a decidedly rodent-phobic profession. When fate places Remy in the sewers of Paris, he finds himself ideally situated beneath a restaurant made famous by his culinary hero, Auguste Gusteau (Brad Garrett). Despite the apparent dangers of being an unlikely - and certainly unwanted - visitor in the kitchen of a fine French restaurant, Remy's passion for cooking soon sets into motion a hilarious and exciting rat race that turns the culinary world of Paris upside down. Remy finds himself torn between his calling and passion in life or returning forever to his previous existence as a rat.