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Ratatouille Review

Ratatouille Trailer

First and foremost, the graphics of this animated film is stunning. There are countless beautiful scenes in the film: the panorama of Paris, the kitchen, the spacious yet elegantly decorated office of the food critic Anton Ego, etc. Furthermore, the computer renderings are supreme: the close-up shots of rats’ fur, the drenched cloth and fur and also rain scenes. From technical and visual points of view, the film is polished, beautiful and realistic.

Ratatouille Trailer

Personally, I think the story is enticing. It kept me engaged for 1 hour and 50 minutes. At the times, it also made me hungry, since the film is about cooking and food. Among the friends, we had a chef recently graduated from culinary school who went to see this movie with us. After the viewing, we asked him about the accuracy of the movie, particularly about kitchen operations and trainings, he said it is very accurate. Of course, he enjoyed the movie very much, since he is just like Remy who shares a passionate love about cooking.

I recommend this movie to everyone. Whether you are a kid or an adult, I think you can enjoy the story and appreciate Remy’s passion for cooking, and furthermore the persistence to pursuit one’s passion. Perhaps, after watching, you may even remember one of your favorite dishes that your mom used to cook for you, and realize that after all these year, our mothers are still the best chefs in the world.

Pixar Short Film

Before I end this review, I want to mention the short film that Pixar always gives to its audience in the beginning of their movies. This time it is a short film named Lifted. I am not going to go into details, but let me just say that I found it hilarious, just pay close attention to each character’s expression and body movements. Now, you should be getting ready to go to movie theaters, enjoy!

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