Torrent details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Director: Brad Bird
Starring: Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm, Lou Romano
With the dream of becoming a chef, culinary genius in the form of a mouse makes an unusual alliance with a young kitchen worker at a famous restaurant.
Remember how everyone was talking about when Toy Story first came out? seems strange, unique style, vividly imagined world? when other people were talking this way with such enthusiasm about computer animated movie was Finding Nemo. Im excited to say that Ratatouille will be the next one to redefine the visual creativity and technical details of computer animated films. Honest to goodness, I was awestruck and animation, and that never happens to me. The film is a visual masterpiece ever applies.The mandate next thing to talk about is the genre of the film. If accept'll tell Pixar, Brad Bird, director of Ratatouille, also ordered Incredibles, which has many steps and sequences inspired innovations from any of Pixar movies. Ratatouille, while not so directly by its action, has nearly as much as what Incredibles, unique way. Memorable is the scene near the shotgun start. (You'll need to know what Im talking about when you see it). Other than that, this is expected with heart-comedy movie from Pixar that many have grown to love.The voice acting? Spot on. Audio is separate, and never feels like a celebrity sound tacked on characters (Shrek, Im looking at you), it feels like the characters themselves speak. You can not ask for more from the voice acting.And finally, script and story. the whole irony of history - mice street with a passion for fine food - is good and tight, smart, wonderful script is based on this. flow of the story is odd and choppy in places, but this is very forgivable inconvenience. Only minor fault is another great one liners just feel a bit forced. Other than that, this is the script more layered, complex, and satisfying at Pixar since Incredibles.Overall, I recommend that everyone see this movie when it hits theaters (I was lucky enough to see a screening before release). Although not perfect, it's animated masterpiece in true Pixar form and breathtaking animation and visual design.10/10