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Why is Ratatouille rated G? Ratatouille is rated G by the MPAA
Stealing garbage for dinner is not Remy’s idea of a good meal. Even so, the rest of the rats seem perfectly fine with pilfering whatever they can find to eat. And once Remy has access to the food locker at Gusteau’s restaurant, they are more than happy to help themselves to the stores. During a storm, lightening zaps two rats. Later an old woman with a rifle fires upon the rat pack. During a lovers’ spat, a girl also threatens her boyfriend with a gun that goes off without harming anyone. Dead rats in traps, poisons and equipment for extermination purposes are shown. Knives are also used to threaten characters. Some moments of peril are depicted when Remy is chased through the restaurant and later through traffic. An older man uses alcohol to get a young boy drunk. Many other characters drink wine with dinner. The script includes infrequent profanities along with the discussion of premarital affairs and an out-of-wedlock birth.
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News About "Ratatouille"
Cast and Crew
Ratatouille is directed by and stars Brad Garrett, Patton Oswalt, John Ratzenberger, Brad Bird.
The most recent home video release of Ratatouille movie is November 5, 2007. Here are some details…
DVD Release Date: 6 November 2007
Ratatouille is served up on DVD with two short films as appetizers: Your Friend the Rat (starring Remy and Emile) and Pixar’s Lifted (shown with the film in theaters). Other side dishes include deleted scenes (with introductions by screenwriter/director Brad Bird) and the featurette Fine Food and Film (with Brad Bird and Chef Thomas Keller).
The Blu-ray release of Ratatouille offers all of the above, plus Gusteau’s Gourmet Game and Cine-Explore (an opportunity to customize your own behind-the-scenes experience with access to animation briefings, documentary shorts, as well as deleted shots and scenes).
Presented in its original theatrical aspect ratio, both formats of the movie have English audio tracks recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround.
Related home video titles:
A rat helps a spider save the life of a runty little pig in both the animated and live-action versions of Charlotte’s Web. A little family of Russian mice set sail to start their lives in a new country in An American Tale. The secret underground world of rats is explored Flushed Away, another computer animated movie.