Ratatouille (Film)

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Director: Brad Bird
Cast (Voices): Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm, Lou Romano, Brian Dennehy, Peter Sohn, Peter O'Toole, Brad Garrett, Janeane Garofalo, Will Arnett, Julius Callahan, James Remar, John Ratzenberger, Teddy Newton, Tony Fucile, Jake Steinfeld, Brad Bird, Laurent Spelvogel (narrator)
RunTime: 112 mins
Genre: Animation
Rating: G

This little blue rat named Remy, though not at all yummy, is probably this year’s most anticipated animation creature, and will join Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Nemo as one of Disney Pixar’s most celebrated popular characters.

Ratatouille is a delicious tale about the friendship between Remy the rat who wants to be a chef in Paris, and Alfredo Linguini (though not Italian) as the garbage boy who cannot cook to save his life. They form an unusual companionship and working relationship as Remy controls Linguini’s movements and cooking abilities by pulling on his hair.

Pixar has reached another peak in its animation, with Remy and his family with hair 'drawn' all so detailed, and eyes so expressive. It has the right mixture of ingredients of fun action, ‘awww factor’, intelligent quotes, and moral for children (and critics!) at the end of the day.

There is also an important lesson of “Anybody can cook”, with the belief of dreams can come true. This delectable tale would appeal to adults and children alike, making it an enjoyable outing for the whole family.

While you may have tasted samples of it through the numerous trailers played, its cuteness factor continues to make it an appetizing processes of humour and little pleasures. Perhaps there was too much action, and less time spent on building on friendships and relationships. Thus, it was an entertaining but not so much of an emotional meal out.

Ratatouille is also the name of a French stewed vegetable dish, usually served as a side dish. This movie is an appealing dish, attractive to the look, sufficient as a tasty and sweet side dish. It will keep you warm in the tummy, but leaves you hungry for more sentiments.

Ratatouille - With all the right ingredients to make it a delectable meal

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