Ratatouille (2007)

Ratatouille (2007)

Remy, a provincial rat with a wonderful sense of smell, hates garbage and risks death to enter a human kitchen where he discovers real food and the cooking of five-star chef, Anton Gusteau, author of “Anyone Can Cook.” On the day Remy learns his hero has died, he is evicted and ends up alone in Paris. By luck, he discovers Gasteau’s restaurant, down to three stars and run by a frozen-food-hawking chef. As Remy enters, so does Linguini, a clumsy youth hired as a garbage boy. To save the soup that Linguini accidentally fouls, Remy throws in some ingredients; the soup is a success and Linguini’s career as a chef is born.

Rated: G
Runtime: 111 minutes
Country: USA
Language: English | French
Color: Color
Company: Pixar Animation Studios

FAITH REVIEW – Ratatouille

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