Ratatouille is an ‘unique experience that strikes deep notes’. Read on:
It would be an overstatement to say that Ratatouille is something of a love letter to critics. But given the review-friendly pedigree of director Brad Bird, it’s not hard to imagine he is trying with Pixar’s latest film to pay subtle tribute to the folks who supported him when studios and audiences didn’t. Bird, who worked on lauded but viewer-deficient projects like The Critic and The Iron Giant, has since made good both creatively and commercially with the aptly-titled The Incredibles, and here celebrates all that is essential to artistic expression: freedom, enthusiasm and — of course — encouragement.
Much like its predecessor, Ratatouille has behind it the marketing muscle of the all-powerful Pixar, not to mention their own collection of four-star reviews and awards. But regardless of its size, its context or its commercial potential, Ratatouille is a triumph that not only pays tribute to the spirit of discovery, but revels in the fun of making a few of its own.
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