Ratatouille

{mosimage}The last dream from Disney, coming from the privileged minds of Pixar guys, is about good food and a little rat. 

R

atatouille is about mixing the possible and the impossible: a rat, an animal that has provoked for centuries repulsion, being the king of the high cuisine in Paris, the city with reputation of hosting the best chefs in the world.

 There, our little friend Remy, who has a great developed sense of smell, and a predilection for creating new and amazing plates that can challenge  him, will help young and unskilled Linguini to cook not only some of the best food in the city, but also the receipt of love with job mate Colette.

There, our little friend Remy, who has a great developed sense of smell, and a predilection for creating new and amazing plates that can challenge  him, will help young and unskilled Linguini to cook not only some of the best food in the city, but also the receipt of love with job mate Colette.

The genial people of Pixar makes once more an innovative and outstanding animation movie where we are given advice to follow our dreams until the last consequences, no matters how difficult they can seem. Technically, the film is outstanding: the rat moves like a rat, but also has a very human side. The design of Paris is magnificent, in contrast with the darkness of the under face where the pack of rats habit, and the work in the kitchen is meticulously copied and reflected. As the final note to put a perfect end to the action, the voice of Peter O´Toole lent to the character of Ego, a critic that will be finally touched by a food made with love and care.

Excellent work by director Brad Bird, who is also behind of other excellent Pixar products such as The Incredibles. Animation movies are in excellent shape, overwhelming many times in terms of quality the normal movies. Let´s see what is the next exciting thing that the guys from Pixar can bring us after this excellent gift!

Rate 4/5