Ratatouille (2007)

Director: Brad Bird, Jan Pinkava
Writer: Brad Bird(Screenplay),Jan pinkabva(Original writer)
Stars: Brad Garett,Lou Romano

Story:RATATOUILLE follows the culinary adventures of Remy (voiced by comedian Patton Oswatt), a unique rat who can't stomach eating garbage. He wants the good stuff -- like truffle oil and fine artisan cheeses -- which brands him the snobby black sheep of his crew. After Remy's family is driven from their habitat by a gun-toting grandma, he emerges onto the streets of Paris, where he's visited by the ghost of renowned, recently deceased uber-chef Gusteau (Brad Garett), who was famous for the populist saying "Anyone can cook." Remy is drawn to Gusteau's now three-star restaurant (it lost a star after Gusteau died), where he feels right at home ... before getting sighted and nearly killed by flying knives. Remy, quick with the spices, saves young kitchen helper Linguini (Lou Romano) from ruining the soup of the day, and the two form an odd-couple bond. From then on, Remy becomes part Mister Miyagi, part puppeteer as he helps Linguini cook up delicious specials that put Gusteau's back on the culinary map. But as Linguini soaks in his new fame as the chef du jour, Remy grows increasingly bitter that someone else is taking credit for his recipes. The film's nemeses are Gusteau's new head chef -- an angry little dictator (Ian Holm) who wants to make millions selling a line of pre-packaged frozen foods -- and Anton Ego (Peter O'tolle), a food critic who loves writing negative reviews.

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