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Is 'Ratatouille' REALLY that good?


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  • Is 'Ratatouille' REALLY that good?

    I have yet to read a really bad review of this movie.
    There are a few (very few) critics who dislike it but don't totally pan it, while the vast majority of them seem to think this is a great film.
    Rotten Tomatoes, a site which rates movies by first, listing and then averaging all critic reviews, has it set at a whopping 94% favorable rating - as of this writing .
    Jim Hill has mentioned that despite all this, the industry (himself included) does not think it will prove to be a big money maker for Disney and will probably come in way behind their last animated blockbuster, "Cars".

    So what do you think? Is Ratatouille a diamond in the rough, an underdog with huge potential, a bright but distant star? or will it ultimately prove to have only critical and not mass audience appeal?

    Rotten Tomatoes results:
    Rotten Tomatoes negative reviews:

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