Ratatouille DVD Review
Remy is a young, ambitious rat who yearns to be a top chef, but who's going to let a rat in the kitchen? We're reviewing the latest Pixar adventure!
Ratatouille - Rat a Tat TatRemy feels out of place living with a large rodent colony in the French countryside. While his family is content to rifle through garbage heaps for whatever they can find, Remy loves gourmet treats and sneaking a peak at the Food Network when the humans aren't looking.
Ratatouille - Swept AwayRemy's fascination with the human world gets the whole colony in big trouble, and leads to a series of events that sees Remy separated from the group. After an unintentional stint as a sewer rat, Remy finds himself in Paris - and at the restaurant of his favorite chef, the now-deceased Gusteau. But who's going to let a rat in the kitchen?
Ratatouille - Can't Keep a Good Rat DownRemy soon realizes - by way of nearly being killed - that he's not going to be able to fulfill his destiny unassisted. Instead, he teams up with his would-be killer - a young cleaner who's a disaster in the kitchen. As their partnership blossoms, Gusteau's new manager starts to become suspicious. Will he find out Remy's secret? Or is he hiding one of his own?
Ratatouille - DVD FeaturesWith the Ratatouille DVD, you'll get to check out three deleted scenes, an animated short called Your Friend the Rat starring your fave rats Remy and Emile, as well as Pixar's hilarious short Lifted, which is about an alien-in-training who tries to abduct someone! If you get the high definition Blu-ray DVD, you'll also get to play the Gusteau Gourmet Game and get to help Linguini in the kitchen!
Ratatouille - Bottom LineRatatouille is a beautifully animated, soulful comedy about family, independence and working hard to make your dreams come true. It's also fall-out-of-your-seat funny! This is a great flick to drag the whole family to - even grumpy Uncle Pete will have to laugh at the zany rodent antics in the City of Light. C'est magnifique!