Ratatouille (PG)

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Reviewer Anonymous
Ratatouille was beautiful to watch but I felt the story line was a bit flat.

As this is a kid’s film the true litmus test would be if my kids enjoyed it – unfortunately they forced us to leave early as they got bored…With hindsight they might have been a tad too young for the film but it just didn’t have the non-stop excitement of Shrek.
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Reviewer Anonymous
Ratatouille was a cute film, good for kids and parents too. The rats are so cute you forget how gross they are normally!
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