Ratatouille is a Pixar film directed by Brad Bird the same man who directed another great Pixar film The Incredibles.
The film stars Patton Oswalt as Remy and Lou Romano as Alfredo Linguini.
The film has really good voice talent from Patton Oswalt to John Ratzenberger. The voice acting also fits the characters really well I personally couldnt see anyone else voice these characters.
The characters are fun to watch and are extremely well written and portrayed. The characters are also very memorable from Remy to Auguste Gusteau.
The cinematography fits the film really well and makes the style of the film really pop out. The film also has some really nice shots especially for an animated film.
The animation is exemplary and probably the best I have seen in a Pixar film to this date. The animation is vibrant, detailed and extremely good at getting the characters emotions across.
The settings in the film go from a farm house to a high class french restaurant.
The style in my opinion is really good from the colour design to the way the film plans out. I especially like the parts where Remy or somebody els is trying new or old food. I felt that it gave a very atmospheric and colourful representation of trying new food.
The film also has some very good dialogue from the way its spoken to the way its written.
The film also has some very unique and talented editing especially when their in the kitchen.
The film has a very steady and nice to listen to soundtrack which fits perfectly with the film.
The story follows Remy a rat who takes food properly getting lost from his family after being run out of their home. Remy then finds himself at one of the worlds most famous restaurants to become one of frances greatest cooks.
The film also has some comedy though far and between still has me laughing.
The film also has a really good atmosphere especially with the scenes in the kitchen.
The film in my opinion is also extremely enjoyable to watch again and again.
The film does have a couple small things wrong with it, but they barely take way from it.
Over all I give it a 9/10 - my favourite Pixar film as of right now