“Colette Has An Oven Rack Burn On Her Forearm – A Common Injury Among Professional Chefs”

At The End Of The Movie Anton Ego Is A Little Bit Fatter. This Is Especially Poignant Since He States, “I Don’t Like Food, I Love It… If I Don’t Love It I Don’t Swallow”

“For A Scene Where Linguini Is Wet From Jumping In The River, They Got A Member Of Crew (Kesten Migdal) To Jump In A Swimming Pool In A Chef’s Uniform To See Where The Uniform Would Normally Stick To On The Body When Wet”

“After Cars (2006) Lost Out On The Oscar For Best Animated Movie To Happy Feet (2006), Which Utilized Motion Capture, Pixar Placed A “Quality Assurance Guarantee” At The End Of Their Next Movie Ratatouille (2007) To Remind The Academy They Animate Every Single Frame Of Their Movies Manually”

“The First Thing Remy Does When He Enters The Kitchen Is Falls Into A Sink Full Of Soap And Water So He Doens’t Contaminate Any Food He Touches Later In The Scene”

“The Dog Barking At Remy Is Doug From Up”

“The Ratatouille That Rémy Prepares Was Designed By Chef Thomas Keller. It’s A Real Recipe. It Takes At Least Four Hours To Make”

“Anton Ego’s Typewriter Resembles A Skull And His Office A Coffin”

“Anton Ego’s Face Is Less Pale After He Eats The Ratatouille, Symbolising How His Emotions And Feelings About Food Have Changed”

“Remy Makes Sure To Walk Upright Instead Of On All Fours To Keep His Two Front Paws Clean”

“When Anton Tastes Remy’s Ratatouille, He’s Reminded Of His Mother’s Cooking. There’s A Few Hidden Details That Suggest Remy Grew Up In Anton’s Mother’s House, Learning To Cook By Watching Anton’s Mother”

“Linguini Has The Bite Mark On His Hand From Where Remy Bit Him, Previously”

“When Recording Lines For A Scene In Which Remy Hugs His Father Django, Patton Oswalt (Voice Of Remy) Actually Hugged Director Brad Bird To Achieve A Realistic Sound”

“This Mime In The Background Of Ratatouille Is Bomb Voyage From The Incredibles”

“When Flipping Through The Cookbook In The Sewer, One Of The Pages Remy Flips Through Shows The Jobs Of Each Person In Gusteau’s Kitchen, Revealing How Remy Knows This Later On”

“Linguini Has To Hide Remy Before His Second Day Of Work. He Offers To Hide Him In His Pants, Revealing His Briefs Covered In The Incredibles Logo”

“Remy Uses A Toothpaste Cap As A Cup”

“When Linguini Is Chopping Leeks For The Soup You Can See A Green Smear On The Cutting Board That Actually Happens When Cutting Green Vegtables. Also His Bite Marks Are Still There From When Remy Bit Him A Couple Of Days Before”

“In Cars 2 (2011), In Paris You Can See A Restaurant Called “Gastow’s”. This Is A Direct Reference To “Gusteau’s” Restaurant From Ratatouille (2007)”

“Linguine Gives An “Inspirational Speech” Before Food Critic, Anton Ego, Comes To Critique The Restaurant’s Food. Pixar’s Attention To Detail Shows The Staff Visibility Exhausted By This Speech. That’s Because It Lasts Almost 20 Minutes During Dinner Service!”

“The Shop With Dead Rats In The Window Is Based On A Real-Life Shop In Paris, France, Called Aurouze”

“In This Scene At The End Of Ratatouille, The Cups Are Thimbles, The Plates Are Buttons, And The Utensils Are Pins”

“There Is Much Debate Over When Ratatouille (2007) Is Supposed To Take Place, Many Saying The Late 60s Because Of The Cars, Phones And Tvs. However, The Note Linguine’s Mom Leaves Gusteau Reveals It’s Within A Few Years After 2004”

“A Magazine In Riley’s Living Room Features Colette From Ratatouille On The Cover”

“When Remy Explores The Apartment Building, He Sees A Woman Pointing A Gun At A Man. A Moment Later, They End Up Kissing. Later On, When Colette Is About To Mace Linguini, Remy Makes Him Go In For A Kiss”

“The Same Chinese Take Out Boxes Can Be Seen In A Bug’s Life, Ratatouille, And Inside Out”

“There Is A Lasseter Wine Bottle. John Lasseter Owns A Winery In Real-Life. The Bottle Even Has The “Lasseter Family Winery” Logo”

“You Can See Gusteau’s First Name, Auguste, On The Cookbook “Anyone Can Cook” Which Is An Anagram Of Gusteau”

“According To Brad Bird, Director Of Ratatouille (2007), He Chose Patton Oswalt To Voice Remy After Hearing One Of His Stand Up Routines About Food”

“The Line “Get My Lawyer!” Is Pure Exposition; Skinner’s Phone Is A Landline, He Has No Secretary, And He Dials No One. He’s Talking To A Dial Tone”

“Pixar Thinks Of Everything. Water Stains From Rain On Window When Remy Is Spying On The Kitchen. Thought You Guys Might Appreciate It”

“The Lovers From The Beginning Of The Film Are Seen Again During The Chase Scene As Skinner Falls Into The Water”

“There Is A Scene With The Health Inspector, Barging Into The Restaurant With A Picture Of His Face On The Wall. This Poster Is Present Throughout The Entire Movie Whenever This Section Of The Restaurant Is Shown”

“When Remy And Linguine Cook Together, Linguine Pours In A Box Of Bouchiba Pasta. This Is A Nod To Animator Bolhem Bouchiba”

“Chef Skinner Is Angry At Linguini’s Success. But Skinner Is Also Getting Some Media Attention; There’s An Article About Him Jumping Into The Seine River”

“In The Newspaper The Cooks Are Reading, There Is An Advertisement For The Same 3 Step Stool That The Chef Uses To Watch The Dining Room In Ratatouille”

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