History YMMV / Ratatouille

8th Apr '18 4:25:47 PM sonikkuruzu
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** Depending on how coarse your mind is, Remy face and body language as he's forcing Linguini's ShutUpKiss onto Colette looks a little bit like he's, er... "climaxing."

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** Depending on how coarse your mind is, Remy Remy's face and body language as he's forcing Linguini's ShutUpKiss onto Colette looks a little bit like he's, er... "climaxing."
15th Feb '18 11:44:15 AM Wheatenlyric950
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* BrokenBase: ''Ratatouille'', while one of Pixar's consistent hits, is seen by some as a bit dull compared to its other movies (not counting its less well-reviewed movies such as both ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' installments).

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* BrokenBase: ''Ratatouille'', while one of Pixar's consistent hits, is seen by some as a bit dull compared to its other movies (not counting its less well-reviewed movies such as both the ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' installments).trilogy).
21st Jan '18 10:48:49 PM Saveelich
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* MexicansLoveSpeedyGonzales: It also liberally uses plenty of French stereotypes.
--> ''Listen, we hate to be rude, but we're French!''
14th Jan '18 1:13:47 PM Retloclive
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: It ''is'' somewhat weird [[spoiler:that you never get to see what happened to the rest of the kitchen staff outside of Colette after the truth is revealed about Remy cooking for Linguini. You'd think that at the very least, there would be a montage at the end of the film, or even in the credits, showing off the kitchen staff's new whereabouts]].

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot:
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It ''is'' somewhat weird [[spoiler:that you never get to see what happened to the rest of the kitchen staff outside of Colette after the truth is revealed about Remy cooking for Linguini. You'd think that at the very least, there would be a montage at the end of the film, or even in the credits, showing off the kitchen staff's new whereabouts]].whereabouts]].
** Linguini spends a good portion of the movie being controlled by Remy so that they can cook, and also receives cooking instructions from Colette to be a better cook in the kitchen. You'd think that with these two things going for Linguini that some cooking techniques from Remy and Colette would rub off on him, and that Linguini would actually learn to cook something on his own by the end of the film. [[spoiler:Instead, he suddenly becomes a waiter]].
10th Jan '18 10:33:32 AM smasll_lordvoice
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** The same goes for the line "One can get ''too'' familiar with vegetables, you know!"
10th Jan '18 10:33:00 AM smasll_lordvoice
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** Anton Ego, who many people consider one of the best Pixar characters of all time despite only appearing briefly in the third act, thanks to his great lines, memorable personality and being played by acting legend ''Peter fucking O'Toole.''
30th Nov '17 7:05:31 AM Sheepeditor
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** For some people, the mere fact that it's about a ''rat'' in a ''kitchen'' cooking food that people are going to ''eat'' - animated or no!
25th Nov '17 4:19:44 PM Retloclive
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: It ''is'' somewhat weird [[spoiler:that you never get to see what happened to the rest of the kitchen staff outside of Colette after the truth is revealed about Remy cooking for Linguini. You'd think that at the very least, there would be a montage at the end of the film, or even in the credits, showing off the kitchen staff's new whereabouts]].
21st Oct '17 4:35:43 AM trentongm
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** Skinner's name is a reference to B.F. Skinner, a scientist who studied the learning process by observing rats.
29th Jul '17 3:48:19 AM NWolfman
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** Michael Giachino's [[{{Pun}} whips up]] another jazzy and [[EarWorm insufferably catchy]] score for a Creator/BradBird film. The scene of Remy imagines delicious combinations being represented by two different kinds of music fusing is one of the best visualizations in the whole film, and of food in general. And the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esohR65lsVg cue]] for Colette's TrainingMontage re-arranged as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5igpBHE0oiY a bombastic mambo number]] for the credits just [[JustForPun takes the cake]].

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** Michael Giachino's Giacchino's [[{{Pun}} whips up]] another jazzy and [[EarWorm insufferably catchy]] score for a Creator/BradBird film. The scene of Remy imagines delicious combinations being represented by two different kinds of music fusing is one of the best visualizations in the whole film, and of food in general. And the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esohR65lsVg cue]] for Colette's TrainingMontage re-arranged as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5igpBHE0oiY a bombastic mambo number]] bombastic]] [[StealthPun salsa]] number for the credits just [[JustForPun takes the cake]].
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