Is Ratatouille The BEST Pixar Movie?

Today we are viewing Ratatouille, part of Pixar’s instant classic epoch of the 2000s. The motion picture may seem like ditzy fun, but does it really hold up in 2023? Why did they let a rat cook? Would the movie be better if Gusteau was still alive? What’s the deal with the ONE noen sign in all of Paris? Can we figure out what Ratatouille actually is? I love asking questions!

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Ratatouille – 2007 (Disney Pixar)
Remy dreams of becoming a great chef, despite being a rat in a definitely rodent-phobic profession. He moves to Paris to follow his dream, and with the help of hapless garbage boy Linguini he puts his culinary skills to the test in the kitchen but he has to stay in hiding at the same time, with hilarious consequences. Remy eventually gets the chance to prove his culinary abilities to a great food critic but is the food good? A Pixar animation.

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  1. Ratatouille never heard of it no ratatoing

  2. Soup, poop

  3. Yes, yes it is.

  4. 非洲小五国际粉丝团

    I imagine the entire soup scene in the beginning going like this if they could understand each other:

    Remy: “Welcome home, I made some soup.”
    Linguini: “Who are you, and what are you doing in the kitchen?”
    Remy: “My name is Remy, and I made you some soup.”

  5. Bren, CAn you just stay In ONE HOUSE FOR AT LEAST A MONTH?!

  6. You guys gotta watch pixels

  7. I hate this movie as many main characters are… *french*

  8. Fun fact : the fat guy is based off a real chef that oof him self because a food critict

  9. Disney has a page with the Ratatouille recipe.

  10. …dude, only 1/50th of America pronounces an apostrophe as a glottal stop ⟨or glottal plosive seen here >ʔ. Thanks BTVS⟩ so ‘Su’S can be read through without any herky-jerkyness. This ain’t Britain where they can get away with bo’ohw’o’wo’er. At best, it’s France which I don’t believe use them and if it is Hawai’i that ain’t an Okina. I’d allow it if you also pronounced every W like a V.

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