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Blu-ray review: Ratatouille

All things considered, this is a superlative release. The audio-visual quality is so impressive that, if it had been bare-bones, this disc would have been getting my unreserved recommendation. As it is, you may have to sift through the material on offer to get to the juicy bits, but there is a wealth of information on offer provided you are able to put up with the less than ideal menu system. Ratatouille on Blu-ray is just what this diner ordered.

I’ve reviewed Disney’s Region A Blu-ray release of Pixar’s latest film, Ratatouille, after having promised not to abuse this opportunity to use as many metaphors about cooking as possible.

Posted: Tuesday, December 04, 2007 at 7:11 PM
Categories: Animation | Blu-ray | Cinema | Reviews

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