Critic Review - Chicago Sun-Times

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.

August 31, 2007 Full Review Source: Chicago Sun-Times | Comments (14)
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MacTheNaif

Mac The_Naif

Why is this marked "rotten"? He calls it one of the years best films!

Sep 1 - 11:40 AM

Drakar

Mike S

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

XPDude

Kah Swee Chua

Exact quote: This is clearly one of the best of the year's films. Wrong rating!

Sep 2 - 12:52 AM

hermansaksono

Herman Saksono

There is not even a single bad remark on the review. Why is it rotten?

Sep 2 - 09:10 AM

fenderson

Eric Fenderson

This%2520is%2520not%2520a%2520rotten%2520review%252C%2520RT%2521%2521%2521

Sep 4 - 07:51 PM

xsonogall

E Santos

Who decides what articles are rotten and what are not on rottentomatoes? Because they need to be fired.

Sep 5 - 01:06 PM

PigBag

Pim N

Wake up, RT! This review is 100% fresh!

Sep 5 - 01:38 PM

Frightwolf

Marco La Manno

Cool, they fixed the rating. Great review.

Sep 10 - 08:21 PM

Cat Stevens

Cat Stevens

Sep 19 - 03:44 PM

insanemansam5

Samuel Ewing

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

Robert C.

Robert Carranza

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

Alterran

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

Joseph D.

Joseph Dutra

I agree 100%, there should be a sequel

May 31 - 04:15 PM

Brian Spiekerman

Brian Spiekerman

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

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