A lot of animated movies have inspired sequels, notably Shrek, but Brad Bird's Ratatouille is the first one that made me positively desire one.
Why is this marked "rotten"? He calls it one of the years best films!
Sep 1 - 11:40 AM
Agreed with MacTheNaif: why is it marked rotten? Maybe it has something to do with the review's late entry? It was a positively glowing review...
Sep 1 - 12:52 PM
Kah Swee Chua
Exact quote: This is clearly one of the best of the year's films. Wrong rating!
Sep 2 - 12:52 AM
There is not even a single bad remark on the review. Why is it rotten?
Sep 2 - 09:10 AM
Sep 4 - 07:51 PM
Who decides what articles are rotten and what are not on rottentomatoes? Because they need to be fired.
Sep 5 - 01:06 PM
Wake up, RT! This review is 100% fresh!
Sep 5 - 01:38 PM
Marco La Manno
Cool, they fixed the rating. Great review.
Sep 10 - 08:21 PM
Sep 19 - 03:44 PM
I like ebert, I agree that it's a great film and the review wasn't bad but a sequel really. I don't really think there should be one.
Nov 2 - 01:31 PM
Ebert has talent in telling which movies are great or not. and i'm giving this a 5 star for liking the movie. not the comment.
Nov 3 - 07:56 AM
Anon Y. Mouse
A agree about the quality of the movie, but I'm not sure if I really want a sequel.
Nov 8 - 05:09 PM
I agree 100%, there should be a sequel
May 31 - 04:15 PM
I think it's a great movie, but I don't think it's totally sequel-worthy. Then again, there's a lot that they could do with the movie's setting to make a sequel that doesn't require viewers to be in tune with the first movie to be understood.
Aug 3 - 10:48 PM