Pixar Animation Studios Released 2007


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Brad Bird

Ratatouille is a charming 2007 animated feature about a country rat with culinary dreams. Remy (voice by Patton Oswalt) lives the ordinary life of a country rat but has extraordinary gifts of scent and palette. He idolizes the great Parisian chef, Auguste Gusteau (voice by Brad Garrett). When fate delivers him to the sewers outside the great chef's restaurant shortly after his death, Remy takes residence in the place just as Linguini (voice by Lou Romano), begins working there. When Linguini clumsily spills the evening's soup and tries to replace the lost portions with a random mixture of ingredients, Remy sneaks over to the stove and creates a delicious concoction. The recipe impresses and a collaboration is born between the bumbling Linguini and the talented rat. In spite of the head chef Skinner's (Ian Holm) attempts to fire the troublesome Linguini, the restaurants customers love the new cuisines and the esteemed restaurant critic Anton Ego (voice by Peter O'Toole) may reinstate the Gusteau restaurant to its former five-star glory. Written and directed by Brad Bird (The Incredibles) and Jan Pinkava, this delightful tale can be enjoyed by both children and adults alike.


Metacritic Score

  • 100

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    A nearly flawless piece of popular art, as well as one of the most persuasive portraits of an artist ever committed to film. It provides the kind of deep, transporting pleasure, at...

  • 100

    Los Angeles Times Kenneth Turan

    Ratatouille is as audacious as they come. It takes risks and goes places other films wouldn't dare, and it ends up putting rival imaginations in the shade.

  • 100

    Variety Justin Chang

    Ratatouille is delicious. In this satisfying, souffle-light tale of a plucky French rodent with a passion for cooking, the master chefs at Pixar have blended all the right ingredie...

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Family Comedies, Family Dramas