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  • 6/29: No Reservations (Ratatouille)

    Sue Reviews Ratatouille as presented at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, discuss it here!
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    Re: 6/29: No Reservations (Ratatouille)

    Great review, Sue. Can't wait to see this film at the El Capitan.

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      Re: 6/29: No Reservations (Ratatouille)

      I just saw Ratatouille today. I think it might be the best Pixar film yet!!! The animation was beautiful and the storyline was great. It's definately suited for an adult audience though. Two thumbs up! :thumbup:

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        Originally posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
        I just saw Ratatouille today. I think it might be the best Pixar film yet!!! The animation was beautiful and the storyline was great. It's definately suited for an adult audience though. Two thumbs up! :thumbup:
        Saw it two weeks ago on sneak preview night. Could not agree with you more, DP!

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          Re: 6/29: No Reservations (Ratatouille)

          I just saw it today and great review Sue Kruse.

          I like how you putted it when you just said
          It's charming. I like it a lot. It's so good!
          Good and Charming movie indeed.
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            Re: 6/29: No Reservations (Ratatouille)

            I just saw this film with my wife and my daughter. We had to catch a late show and I was worried that my daughter would fall asleep. I judge any family movie first by how well it holds my daughters attention, as she gets distracted easily with a boring storyline. Then second, I of course judge it on how much I like it. So lets just say that my daughter was on the edge of her seat and I was having to hold back tears due to the shear beauty of the story and the inspirational animation. Yes people, I said inspirational. This is probably the most beautifully animated movie Pixar has ever made. It is a true work of art. On top of that, the story telling is easily, in my humble opinion, one of Pixars best. Ratatouille will put Disney's marketing concerns to bed as soon as word of mouth kicks in. Much props to Pixar for making a great movie that no one knew they always wanted to see.

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              Re: 6/29: No Reservations (Ratatouille)

              This film is beautiful, the animation, the score and the story in this movie put every other animated movie to shame.

              Great story for adult viewers and very funny comedic moments using body language for kids of all ages. best thing of all is that Pixar managed to do this without having to lower their standards like dreamworks does. No farting, barfing or grotestque and stupid jokes.

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                A publicist pal of mine at Warner Bros. Pictures said to say thanks!
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                  Re: 6/29: No Reservations (Ratatouille)

                  I agree with this review in everything except the stage show. I found it the most annoying, boring, and hacked-together thing I've ever seen. The music was terrible, the character inclusion was seemingly random and it was too damned loud? Let the organ and the El Cap speak for themselves. One of my favorite parts of the El Capitan, the curtain sequence with the beautifully restored old hollywood mural curtain and the tinsel curtain, is obliterated by this stage show, and was also obliterated during Pirates of the Caribbean. Truly annoying.
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