A Really Neat And Fun Little Movie; Lost Respect Over Time
At first, I wasn't really THAT excited about watching Ratatouille. I
didn't know anything about it, and I was putting it off to watch a
bunch of other movies that I rented along with it. When I got around to
Ratatouille and I put it in, I immediately fell in love with it. It was
actually very great and artistic for an animation film in my eyes.
Then, I watched it again. I still liked it, but yet I couldn't help but
lose a little respect for it. Then one day at school, they decided for
us to watch Ratatouille. Well, we watched it again and it lowered
again. Then of course we watched it AGAIN back to back. I think it's
because I watched this movie so much that I kind of lost interest in it
and it's just not THAT great a movie to me anymore. It's still a really
enjoyable and entertaining film, but as far as MASTERPIECE goes it's
not even close. I enjoyed Remi and thought he was very cute, sly, and
DEFINITELY talented, and I had a laugh, not a laugh my *ss off laugh,
but it was a good little chuckle at most of the material. I didn't like
Ratatouille as much as everybody else, but don't get me wrong, I still
liked it, and since I haven't seen it in awhile now, maybe I'll enjoy
more if I give it another chance..
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inception:absolutely awesum! ratatouil:good 1.
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I have to admit, I was thoroughly impressed with this movie. I put off watching it for some time, thinking that there was no way it could possibly live up to the hype. Finally friends convinced me to watch it, and I was pleasantly surprised. It has just the right amount of humor thrown into a story that we can all relate to. You don't have to be a top class food critic to see that the Rat really knows his stuff! If you are looking for a family friendly movie with a surprising twist at the end, give Ratatouille a shot!.
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This is really a fantastic movie! Amazing!.
heard its a superb movie...Dying to watch.
great movie, very acurate.
Turns out that Black Swan is a breathtaking, intense, horrifying and beautiful cinematic essay on obsession, maturity and the fine line between reality and fantasy, and it's well worth seeing, regardless of whether you're interested in ballet. .
"Not everyone can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere."
When "Ratatouille" (2007) was released last summer, I was not too eager
to see the animated 106 minutes long film about a rat in a kitchen of a
five-star Parisian restaurant. The idea seemed too original and brave
for my taste. As film had been shown all over the world, I kept reading
and hearing only great reviews for it. Then, my brother who usually
does not get exited about any movie, told me that "Ratatouille" was
absolutely charming, captivating, funny and moving at the same time,
and the most charming about it was Remy, a rat, "little chef" with huge
talent in the fine art of cooking. I saw the movie last weekend and I
am happy to agree with my brother completely. "Ratatouille" has
everything for every viewer to enjoy - technical excellence, amazing
colors, highly original images, and the voices that matched the
characters perfectly. The film is a clever satire and the moving story
that will be interesting for the adults and children alike. Where the
movie succeeds admirably - in showing on the screen the process of
cooking which can be as inspiring and creative as painting, writing, or
composing the music: "How can I describe it? Good food is like music
you can taste, color you can smell. There is excellence all around you.
You need only to be aware to stop and savor it." Speaking of how the
movies sometimes affect our life - after we saw "Ratatouille" together
with my husband, he demanded that I cooked him a Ratatouille that would
take him back to his happy childhood days and rock him to his core just
like the one that Remy prepared for a "grim eater", the universally
feared food critic Anton Ego.
Not every year, an animated film is nominated for five Academy awards,
and I wish "Ratatouille" victories in every category. It deserves them