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      Ratatouille puts the "anyone can cook" motto to the test and while it's an absurd premise, this film is absolutely beautiful in every way.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5 | Jun 29, 2022

      It doesn’t have a flaw; it’s perfect storytelling and its emotional payoff is a landmark.

      Full Review | Jun 15, 2022

      Despite the unexplained language barriers or farfetched plot, this delightfully delicious foray into the unimaginable never becomes preachy or immature.

      Full Review | Original Score: 8/10 | Nov 27, 2020

      This is a film about a rat who becomes a chef in Paris. But it's so much more than that. It's about what a great artist can be, where a great artist can come from, it's about food and how to savour it.

      Full Review | May 18, 2020

      A love letter to Paris, a valentine to the fine art of cooking, and a gift to film fans of all ages.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4 | Jun 20, 2019

      A delectable treat that represents the finest qualities in animation and American cinema.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/4 | Jun 6, 2019

      Has great vocal performances throughout and is about a character figuring out where they belong and finally being accepted there. I love it!

      Full Review | Original Score: A+ | Apr 26, 2019

      That is the (...) imperative message of Ratatouille. Everyone is not an artist, but anyone could be an artist. Because, as living creatures, it is simply what we do.

      Full Review | Jan 14, 2019

      The studio's latest effort offers beautiful and strikingly realistic animation, but the flawed concept should have been scrapped...

      Full Review | Aug 8, 2018

      I won't spoil the broth, but suffice to say Ratatouille is a bursting with bright flavors, some spice, and deep warmth that settles in your belly and satisfies body and soul.

      Full Review | Aug 23, 2017

      There is so much to enjoy and celebrate here, Ratatouille deserves more than a review: it could (and probably will) inspire books about creativity and good taste.

      Full Review | Original Score: A | Dec 8, 2015

      Ratatouille was written and directed by Brad Bird, the guy behind The Incredibles, and while his new movie isn't as brainy as that one, it has lots of lovely touches to appeal to parents as well as kids.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Aug 3, 2015

      Ratatouille is a triumph that not only pays tribute to the spirit of discovery, but revels in the fun of making a few of its own.

      Full Review | Original Score: 7.5/10 | Aug 3, 2015

      And there's Remy himself, voiced by irreverent comic Patton Oswalt. Yes, he's a rat, and a pantless one at that, but he's a charming rat.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/4 | Aug 3, 2015

      The latest from Pixar and Oscar winning writer-director Brad Bird is a fabulously enjoyable parable about the pursuit of excellence and rising above the preconceptions of others.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Aug 3, 2015

      It's not just the best animated film this year, it's the best animated film to come out of the U.S. since Bird's last effort, The Incredibles.

      Full Review | Aug 3, 2015

      Like the snooty restaurant critic Anton Ego (voiced by Peter O'Toole), we enter Ratatouille thinking we've tasted it all, and we leave hoping for seconds.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4 | Aug 3, 2015

      It's a great programme for all the family.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Jul 29, 2015

      It's not my favourite Pixar film.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Jul 29, 2015

      No restaurant has ever benefited from placing rats in a recipe, but the digital wizards in Pixar's kitchen have cooked up a winning peasant dish in Ratatouille.

      Full Review | Aug 24, 2014

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