Daniel Corleone's Movie Review of Ratatouille

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Ratatouille review
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 11/22/11

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, friendship, fulfilling your dreams and survival. Ratatouille was entertaining for food lovers, have rats as pets and features "A history of Rats" and "Lifted" as bonus additions that is equally watchable.

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