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Postby Googly-Bear » Sat Mar 24, 2007 4:12 pm

They look awesome, and Luingini is funny.



this movie is going to top Cars..... I can tell.
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Postby Bill » Sat Mar 24, 2007 6:43 pm

I predict 286 million for the final domestic gross, and 88 million

for the opening weekend.

And with Mitch saving money like crazy, she is probably going to see this movie

as many times as possible, so that only makes things better! :D
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Postby Googly-Bear » Sat Mar 24, 2007 7:35 pm

speaking of which..................

where is she?? O.o
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Postby Gasduude » Sat Mar 24, 2007 8:06 pm

Bill wrote:I predict 286 million for the final domestic gross, and 88 million for the opening

weekend.

And with Mitch saving money like crazy, she is probably going to see this movie as many times as

possible, so that only makes things better! :D

Wow, your taking a detailed guess there,

Bill! I'm gonna go with 300 million overall and 100 mil. opening weekend. :wink:



(Heehee) Yep- Mitch is going to go crah-ay-zy. She'll probably see it so

many times, she'll have seen it more times than everyone else on

Pixar Planet will have, combined. (snigger)...and

that's a good thing! :wink:
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Postby lizardgirl » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:28 pm

Yeah, it was very nice to see a bit more of the other

characters, in particular, Collette. She seems very genuine, and quite interesting. All in all, the trailer was

very impressive!
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Postby Mitch » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:33 pm

Alright. Take a deep

breath, Mitch....

WHEW!!!!!

Awww....man that was great!!!! Dude, I-I-I....dude!

:mrgreen:

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So I was coming back from a church meeting (which was

awesome, by the way) with my dad -- it was 10:30 PM. I could barely contain my

containment; I was shaking so much that my dad could hardly even open the car before I was at the door and on the

verge of having a nervous breakdown from the tension!

My dad opens the door, I fly into the house...all

the way to the back of my dad's workroom where I screach to a halt before slamming the spacebar on his computer

keyboard to wake the monitor of its "sleep state". Two seconds later, and I had the thing

up....

And dang...that was good! It was worth waiting an extra

hour and five mintues, I can tell ya'!!!
:D

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I must say that that is

the funniest, most spectacular, and

exciting trailer for a movie I have ever seen in my entire human being-ish life. I

haven't laughed so hard since my sister did a wacky impression of

Cars....

Alright, I-I can't take it anymore. I have to break this down into

sections:

The Characters - Beautiful design, I

must say. Linguini is your typical, down-on-his luck geek who can't get around in the world very well. His goal

and ambitions are high...but his timing and precision are just off the hook in terms of skill.

Colette

also really impressed me in her mannerisms and especially accent: they got that pretty much dead on. (snigger)



All of the chefs -- Skinner included -- have just...great designs. They all

have unique looks and features that make not only their appearance, but their personality different and

distinguishable.

Django and Emile: Wow. The animators really changed

Emile's design -- he looks alot more..."poofy" now, and his design is a little more sleek and

"sophisticated", so to speak. Django is also a great-looking character, and his personality is

sooo..."New York-ish", in a way. His design actually reminds me of Watto from Star

Wars
(it's the nose).

And, of course, we can't forget the rodent of the moment:

Remy. Ahhh...that little ball of fluff is just adorable in manner, look, and

personality.

Oh, and you know that screenshot where Remy pulls on Linguini's hair -- realizing that he

can control him like a marionette -- and then does that little smirk? Yeah -- that's my sister and I right

there; us all over!

The Story - Brilliant. Absolutely

fantastic. Such a wonderful little concept:

The rat can cook, and the

kitchen boy can't. They make a deal and hit it big. Remy gets to live his passion and Linguini is able to

impresse Colette. Skinner realizes what's going on and tries to catch Remy...turning the whole plot into one big

ball of mayhem.

Beautiful..... Great balls of cheese, this is

gonna be good!!
:D

The Design - From the characters...to the

layout, and from the spectacular views of Paris...down to the very story itself: the detail is absolutely

gorgeous. It's engaging; it's enticing; it's beautific.

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And for all you people

who have been wondering...

Where have I been? Why.....watching the

Ratatouille trailer, of course!

And how many times have I

watched it?
12 times in 16 hours. I reached my goal of watching it the twelve times I wanted to

watch it, but I haven't got the entire thing memorized yet. But I can tell you my favorite

lines....

Don't...look at me like that! You were the one who

was gettin' fancy with the spices!
- Linguini

I have a

raa--rrrgh.
- Linguini
You have a...."rash"? -

Colette

Stay away from the humans. It's dangerous. Now shut up and eat your

garbage.
- Django


Oh yes, and I must say that the humor is

right down my alley. Pretty much everything that went

on in there -- Skinner jumping off the boat, Remy pulling Linguini's hair as if controlling a marionette

(ingenious), Linguini stuttering in front of Colette, Remy polishing up the soup in

a "ballet"-like fashion, and especially Remy giving a little "hey" to the guy on the

bike...causing the guy to crash into a car -- are all things that my sister and I do/have done. It's just those

crazy little things like that that make these films so special to us; and this film is, I must say, one of the

greatest things Pixar has ever conjured up.

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And I must say this one word again to sum

it all up spectacularly:

BRILLIANT!!!!

:D :D :D
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Postby lizardgirl » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:35 pm

Yeah, I think the most noticeable different from the

teaser to the trailer is just how much more funny and captivating the trailer is. It really gets you watching

right fromt the start!
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Postby Googly-Bear » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:40 pm

totally agree with you Mitch!! and I knew you would like it!!


eh heh heh,

Luingini.... if I was younger I'd say he'd be my next big crush.


if I was younger of course.

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Postby Archibald » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:41 pm

Well, Mitch, that's quite a big review for a trailer. What are you going to do

when the whole movie is released ? :mrgreen:
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Postby The Star Swordsman » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:42 pm

Holy cow, just skimmed through your post. Now I think you have officially grasped the title for biggest

Ratarouille fan ever in PP, or even the planet.
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Postby Mitch » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:51 pm

Hee hee...! :mrgreen:



lizardgirl - Oh yes -- it's beautiful! The sights and sounds and

smells..... Alright, not smells, but you get the point. It's great! I agree: it

captivates you from the very first couple of seconds.

Googly-Bear - Haha --

thanks! Yep, I am overly excited; almost wet my pants watching the thing. :P



And yeah, Linguini is kinda...nice looking. I do love his design -- it's soo..."geekish".

(snigger)

Archibald - Haha! You wanna know? Well...I'm going to make a

separate thread for myself because....well....I know my review is gonna be...pretty long.

:lol:

The Star Swordsman - Haha -- yep! I'm the

ultimate fan and the biggest Ratatouille geek you'll

ever meet! And I'm proud of it, too! Heck, only a few hours ago I walked all the way down to the mall just to

see if my local Disney store was playing the new trailer on the big screen. Alas!...they weren't, but it was

still worth it anyway.

It's great to be a geek. :mrgreen:
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Postby Googly-Bear » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:58 pm

And yeah, Linguini is kinda...nice looking. I do love his design -- it's

soo..."geekish". (snigger)


well, I'm a big sucker for geeks.



I mean.....




I was.
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Postby The Star Swordsman » Sat Mar 24, 2007 10:00 pm

Linguini just sounds like someone lost who is looking for a chance to shine in

the world instead of a geek.
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Postby Mitch » Sat Mar 24, 2007 10:03 pm

Googly-Bear - Heheh -- yeah, I hear ya' there. Geeks are cool. ;)



The Star Swordsman - My thoughts exactly. Poor guy is so

pitiful....

I really need this job. I've lost so many. I can't cook and now I'm actually

talking to a rat..."
- Linguini

(snigger) Gotta love the guy. :D
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Postby The Star Swordsman » Sat Mar 24, 2007 10:04 pm

I guess the reason why he looks so "geeky" is

to make him stand out from all the other characters working in the restraunt.
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