Has Pixar lost its magic recipe? Ratatouille is filled with fairly generic animated imagery, a few modest chases, a couple of good gags, not a lot of laughs.
Jun 30 - 02:29 PM
Jun 30 - 02:42 PM
Even the critic in the movie was honest with himself. Why can't you step up to the plate?
Jul 1 - 12:42 AM
Jul 1 - 01:29 PM
generic imagery? LOL! is he serious? I'd like to see him try and do the same thing
Jul 1 - 01:47 PM
Jul 1 - 03:46 PM
Jul 1 - 03:57 PM
Do they get different films with the same titles than we do in Atlanta in Orlando? The only other negative review here was also from Orlando.
Jul 1 - 04:59 PM
Wow, you critize Ratatouille for its flaws and see none in Michael Moore?
Jul 2 - 11:36 AM
2 negative reviews from two orlando reviewers. Poor poor orlando folks. I still can't believe I read "generic animated imagery". Just wow.
Jul 2 - 08:34 PM
Are you high?
Jul 7 - 12:07 AM
Jul 9 - 04:31 AM
FINALLY a critic got this **** movie right
Jul 13 - 12:38 AM
I hated this film. Too many rats. Completely unbelievable.
Jul 29 - 01:49 PM
This review was a gag.
Aug 2 - 10:15 PM
And to think, the man who wrote this review once played James Bond.
Aug 3 - 10:46 AM
Pixar has lost it's touch with Ratatouille? That's like saying Spielberg lost his touch with E.T.
Nov 8 - 04:26 PM
You're a tool, pianocomposer. Straight up.
Dec 18 - 11:00 PM