# 151. Ratatouille (2007)
The movie is set in Paris, where some of the world’s most famous chefs have launched their careers. Remy, a rat, has a gourmet nose and amazing culinary skills. Sadly, his dreams of becoming a chef seem pretty farfetched due to the limitations of his species. However, Remy eventually teams up with Linguini, a young man who lands a job as a garbage boy in one of the most famous restaurants in Paris. Linguini is quite possibly the worst cook ever, but he and Remy devise a method of working together in the kitchen: Remy hides under Linguini’s white chef’s hat and tugs on the boy’s hair to give him commands. As a result, Linguini quickly becomes one of the most sought-after cooks in all of Paris, with a lot of help from his “little chef.”
Although I was a little put off by the amount of rats in Ratatouille (duh of course the whole story revolves around them) I throughly enjoyed the movie. I just loved the way the whole movie came together. Setting it in Paris, France was just a sight to behold. The animation looked great and the characters were memorable.