Ratatouille is not for those who have Musophobia (fear of rats and mice). Ratatouille is the latest movie from Pixar which is named after a French dish (also Ratatouille). Ratatouille is an Eggplant and Pepper Salad. As always, Pixar never fails to amuse me with their animation capabilities. However, Ratatouille did not really have much appeal just like Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Finding Nemo, etc. Nevertheless, I find the movie entertaining and it is indeed best to watch it after a day’s work.
The Funny Parts
There are a lot of hilarious scenes in this animated film. One of which is when Remy (the rat chef) was controlling the movement of Linguini (the heir of Gusteau) by pulling the strands of his hair as if he’s some kind of puppet. I was instantly reminded that an N’Sync song would be best for this scene (Bye Bye Bye).
Another funny scene from this film is when Remy cooked breakfast for Linguini. He cooked two omelets, one for him (Remy) and one for Linguini. The funny part is that each of the omelets are prepared in such a way that they’re both proportional to who will eat that particular omelet. 😀
The other funny scene is when Igor (the food critique) had a flashback of his childhood life after eating Ratatouille. The stern-looking man immediately looked as if he’s a child who have just received a candy. 😀
Quality of Animation: 4.5 of 5
Soundtrack: 3.5 of 5
Funny parts: 4.5 of 5
Overall rating: 4 of 5