"Ratatouille moved me to tears because it was just so well-done—not kinda cute, not OK-for-a-kids'-movie, but a work of art crafted with as much passion and attention to detail as its hero, Remy the rat chef, puts into every vat of soup he makes. Ratatouille is Brad Bird's best movie yet, and from the writer-director who made two of the best American animated features of the past decade, The Incredibles and the sadly neglected Iron Giant, that's something."
Saturday, June 30, 2007
Even with Die Hard 4 in the offing, the one movie that I was really looking forward to was Ratatouille. Now I find a review from Dana Stevens at Slate Magazine: