The Ratatouille film was the eighth movie produced by Pixar, and was directed by Brad Bird, who took over from Jan Pinkava in 2005. The name of the movie was taken from a French traditional dish named ratatouille niçoise. The movie revolves around food one could say but the plot of the movie is lead byRemy, a rat who dreams of becoming a chef and tries to achieve his goal by forming an alliance with a Parisian restaurant's garbage boy. Ratatouille was released on June 29, 2007 in the United States, to both critical acclaim and box office success, and later won the Academy.
Remy is a rat that lives in the attic of a French country home with his brother Emile and a pack led by his father Django. Gifted with a keen sense of smell and taste, Remy aspires to be a gourmet chef, inspired by France's recently deceased top chef, Auguste Gusteau, but instead his talent is put to work in sniffing for rat poison. When the pack is discovered by the home's occupant, they flee into the sewers; Remy becomes separated from the others and ends up marooned underneath Gusteau's restaurant in Paris, conversing with a hallucination of the famous chef.
Regarding the release of the movie, there are also toys available from Wantitall.co.za these toys bring the main character to live; Learn to Draw Disney Pixar's Ratatouille is a 32-page, full-color book featuring many of the movie's characters for kids to draw step by step-from Remy and Linguini to Emilie and Gusteau. The easy-to-follow instructions use simple shapes and techniques, so artists of all levels will be drawing in no time. Plus, each new step appears in blue, so artists know exactly what to draw next. The book also includes a synopsis of the film along with humorous descriptions of each character. The variety is endless as the list goes from learning games to small figures and dolls.