Critic Consensus: Fast-paced and stunningly animated, Ratatouille adds another delightfully entertaining entry -- and a rather unlikely hero -- to the Pixar canon.
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Critic Reviews for Ratatouille
Kids are gonna gobble Ratatouille up; adults will relish its wit, and everyone will want to go out to eat after.
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.
Ratatouille is a veritable feast for the eye and the ear. Don't miss it.
In Ratatouille, the level of moment-by-moment craftsmanship is a wonder.
I think Brad Bird is working on another level than most animated writer/directors.
The original writer and director of Ratatouille, Jan Pinkava, was replaced in midproduction and, for all the exquisite detail, the movie is missing a dash of heart.
Audience Reviews for Ratatouille
Ratatouille is another brilliant Pixar outing that features a great story, wonderful animation, a varied cast of talented actors that brings the character to life, and it has some terrific humor. Pixar are truly wonderful in making some memorable animated feature films that really resonate with the viewer. Ratatouille is yet another fine picture that is highly entertaining from start to finish, and it is a film that is a must see for fans of previous Pixar films. Animated features are always great to watch because; they have a unique to quality to them that makes them a truly memorable viewing experience. With Ratatouille, Pixar have taken a simple idea, and crafted a thoroughly entertaining film experience that stands out. From start to finish, the film is entertaining, fun, and memorable because, the simple nature of the story, mixed with wonderful animation and great voice acting, you have a film that is a feat of animation. I love Pixar films, and it's hard to pick a favorite, because every film the studio has made has really stood out, but if you're wondering, Ratatouille continues the tradition of the studio to release quality films, and are a studio that have only made one lacking picture. Here, we have a film that is beautifully made, tells a simple, yet thoroughly engaging story that is never dull, and always amusing. Ratatouille works well, and is a picture that is brilliantly directed and is a film that will appeal to viewers of all ages. This is a superb animated feature, one that is yet another fine addition to Pixar's outstanding catalogue of great movies. If you want a fun, entertaining animated film, Ratatouille is a solid and safe bet to watch, as it has all the key elements that have made Pixar's films something to behold.
Pixar's latest installment is a recipe of success. Ratatouille is bold and classy with the flare of European culture. Patton Oswalt's adventurous critter spices a flamboyant film with an interesting plot and dynamic delivery. 4/5
This was a charming movie that was a great time for me and my daughter.
|Remy:||Paris? All these times I've been underneath Paris?|
|Gusteau:||A chef makes. A thief takes.|
|Skinner:||Remy: What... Are you eating? Emile: I don't really know. I think it was some sort of... rapper once.|
|Remy:||What... Are you eating?|
|Emile:||I don't really know. I think it was some sort of... rapper once.|
|Emile:||I don't really know. I think it was some sort of... Wrapper once.|
|Django:||This is the way things are. You can't change nature.|
|Remy:||Change *is* nature, Dad. The part that *we* can influence. And it starts when we decide.|