Ratatouille

4 August 2007

Ratatouille

 

Ratatouille (pronounced as Rat-a-too-ee) is originally a French cuisine of stewed vegetable. It’s simple yet delicate as you could find your mother at home cooks it for you with love and care. With this implication, it’s obvious why Disney and Pixar studio chose this difficultly pronounced word as the title of their latest 3-D animation feature. It’s a story of a talented one-of-a-kind rat named Rémy, with a remarkable sense of smell and taste, whose dream is to become the greatest chef of the restaurant in Paris, the capital city of finest and most prestigious foods. Even though Rémy understands human language and has what it takes to become a chef, he is simply a rat who couldn’t speak with human. Thus, it’s impossible for him to cook or even present himself in the kitchen because of his filthy animal appearance. This was until Rémy met with the restaurant garbage boy named Alfredo Linguini. Both of them, a rat who can cook and a man who can’t cook, team up to cook and do it well.

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