Overall Rank: 175
Average Rating: 3.1/4
# of Ratings: 900
Theatrical Release Date: 06/29/2007
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 11/06/2007
Genre: Animation, Comedy
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Brad Bird
Actors: Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm, Lou Romano, Brian Dennehy, Janeane Garofalo, Peter O'Toole
Plot: Remy is a rat who wants to be a chef but no none believes a rat can be accepted in a kitchen.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/04/2014
Remy is a rat who wants to be a chef but no none believes a rat can be accepted in a kitchen. This movie as good animation and great writing, Brad bird works in strange and funny ways with he's movies.
FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 12/06/2012
This was a good movie. I did find it be weaker than some of the better PIXAR movies.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 08/20/2012
Ratatouille is one of my favorite of the latest batch of Pixar films. It's an inspiring story, set against a beautifully rendered Parisian background, full of funny and touching characters. The story is executed with the typical Pixar blend of humor and humanity. A+
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Lee - wrote on 01/21/2013
Although trying to sit thorugh this twice already and not making it, let's just say three times a charm? Finally sat down and watched this with my kids start to finish and it wasn't too bad of a family film expecially for those who love the art of cooking. With the backdrop being in gay ole Paris France, no we don't get the beauty part of the scenic area, we get instead the grunge of the sewers as our main hero in this story is none other then a city rat named Remy who has been born with the gift of cooking fine cuisine.
The only problem with him living out his tiny dream is no one in Paris or anywhere else on the globe are ready to accept a nasty street rat into their kitchens. Upon stumbling upon the best in restaurants that Paris has to offer in the form of Gusteau's Remy sneaks …
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 11/21/2011
A gifted rat named Remy stumbles accidentally to Alfredo Linguini, the son of his inspiration Auguste Gusteau. Remy dreams of becoming a chef and Linguini becomes popular of his little friends talents. The score is very noteworthy and the CG just stunning especially in the sewer scene where Remy got separated and the details of food in the restaurant's kitchen. The only thing I noticed was how the movie didn't delve into how Colette really "liked" Linguini, how pulling ones hair can control him and the lack of humor compared to other Pixar gems. Screenplay was good: Anton Ego - "The world is often unkind to new talents, new creations. The new needs friends." Lingini - "I need this job, I've been in so many." An Academy Award winner for Best animated feature has themes of family, …
The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/03/2008
"Remy" (voiced by Patton Oswalt) is not your typical rat living in France. He literally has the nose of a great chef. He is able to determine what is in a dish, and is able to tell that a dish needs something to improve it just by the scent.
His family doesn't understand because, let's face it, they're rats. He gets inspiration from a popular human chef (voiced by Brad Garrett) who believes that anybody can cook. and looks for a way to show off his talent.
He finds a garbage boy (voiced by Lou Romano), and uses his hands (by literally controlling the human's arms by pulling his hair as if they were connected) to create his creations that brings "Gusteau", the restaurant named after and once owned by the late master chef the rat idolizes, back to the popularity it once had. …
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