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- 15/9/2009 8:34:30 PM   
S1lent B0b


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Not brilliant but still enjoyable

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Good, but not one of Pixar's best - 23/1/2010 11:11:10 AM   
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A charming cast of characters, wonderful animation (As per usual) and a thought-provoking sub-plot about the narrow-mindedness of some critics. Perhaps not as funny or as emotional as some of their best, but it could be their most meaningful.

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Good, but not one of Pixar's best - 23/1/2010 11:11:11 AM   
Kieran94


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A charming cast of characters, wonderful animation (As per usual) and a thought-provoking sub-plot about the narrow-mindedness of some critics. Perhaps not as funny or as emotional as some of their best, but it could be their most meaningful.

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- 8/3/2010 8:32:33 PM   
Don_Al


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amazing, easily one of the best animated films of all time.

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- 15/5/2010 5:28:39 PM   
Blue Ryan

 

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It's rare that a review answers all the doubts you had about a film but, Ian Nathan's review of this film is sublime. There's no doubt that most of this critical celebration came from Anton Ego's final monologue "the life of a critic is easy, we risk very little yet enjoy a position over those that offer up their work and theirselves to our judgment". The film is certainly Pixar's most deep film, with it's position on art, critisism, morality however is it the most enjoyable throughout? That would either have to go to the incredibles, toy story or up. The film does deserve 5 stars, it's to potent and moralisitc to not get all 5 but this isn't my favourite pixar film. The neding though with Anton ego's monolgue is exceptionally well written.

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- 17/8/2011 4:29:29 PM   
nc_jj


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Plain and simple, one of Pixar's finest achievements!

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Ratatouille Review - 13/12/2011 11:59:43 PM   
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Pixar succeeds again with Ratatouille, a stunningly animated film with fast pacing, memorable characters, and overall good humor.

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A Gorgeous, Brilliantly Funny And Heartwarming Animated... - 6/1/2012 10:11:51 AM   
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It's true that Ratatouille may not be the five-star phenomenon it's made out to be, as it is most definitely not the best Pixar film. What it is, however, is a breath of fresh air. Giving the film a new setting like Paris and making its' protagonist a lovable sewer rat, Pixar have created a memorable cast of characters, all with their own quirks and sense of humour. The writers get top marks for creativity as well, because the story is one of the best ever in an animated film. The picture also offers a frightening antagonist in food critic Anton Ego, who's scathing comments lead to the heart attack of a much loved chef. He's a simply inspired creation, voiced to perfection, and as memorable as Scar from The Lion King, or Lotso from Toy Story 3. It is true the ending feels a little misjudged, giving the realistic outcome, but not the one the audience wants. Also, there are elements that could have been better explored, such as the other chefs working in the kitchen, or Remy's family. However, Pixar have ultimately once again delivered the goods in the shape of a good-natured fairy tale with a heartfelt message, engrossing animation, and laugh-out-loud hilarity.

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Simply wonderful - 9/2/2013 12:39:07 AM   
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Another slice of Pixar magic.

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