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Pixar's "Ratatouille" Teaser

In French though:

Ratatouille

Apparently co-directed by Bran Bird. Slated for June 29, 2007

I'm not one of those who anxiously await Pixar's first flop everytime they release a new film but if this is the next in line...I may pass.
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I don't speak French but it looks cute nonetheless, I'll see it.
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Pixar? I'm there.
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Old but existing thread: http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=458806
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Yay, another small talking animals CGI film...
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Brad Bird has batted 1.000 his entire career - I'll definitely see it.

(Although I'd prefer him making a sequel to The Incredibles instead)
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They took the trailer down.
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Oh boy, another wise-crackin' CG animal movie.

Zzzzzzzz...
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It's Pixar and Brad Bird. I'll keep an open mind until I see the trailer.
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Originally Posted by Rogue588
Pixar? I'm there.
ditto!

Try this link for the trailer: http://media.cinoche.com/bandesannon...inoche_480.mov
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Nope. 404'd. Thanks for trying, though.
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Originally Posted by dhmac
Brad Bird has batted 1.000 his entire career - I'll definitely see it.

(Although I'd prefer him making a sequel to The Incredibles instead)
-nuff said. If they can do Toy Story 2, I don't see why not. The Incredibles should be a franchise. (In the right hands.)
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Originally Posted by Kal-El
I'm not one of those who anxiously await Pixar's first flop everytime they release a new film but if this is the next in line...I may pass.
I said pretty much the same thing (and on several occasions) about Finding Nemo. I was much more than pleasantly surprised when I saw it, so I now wait until I see a Pixar flick before I make any judgement about it.

Haven't been disappointed yet.

Except for The Incredibles. First movie I've ever seen where I was let down by the end.

I didn't want it to end. Gimme more, more, more!!! Don't stop now! Noooooooo! Dang it!
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I found a live link to the French trailer...

http://www.dlrp.fr/actulargepresse.php?id=111
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I actually think it looks pretty good and will definitely be a fun film. So far, even Pixar's lesser films (Dinosaur and Finding Nemo IMO) are other company's best so I'm sure this one will be at least good. Brad Bird so far has been excellent as well, but I share the same sentiments as others and hope that The Incredibles is turned into a franchise. it was just so good of a movie. And likeJon2 said, I didn't want it to end. I just kept wanting it to go on and on and on.
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Originally Posted by hiccup
I actually think it looks pretty good and will definitely be a fun film. So far, even Pixar's lesser films (Dinosaur and Finding Nemo IMO) are other company's best so I'm sure this one will be at least good. Brad Bird so far has been excellent as well, but I share the same sentiments as others and hope that The Incredibles is turned into a franchise. it was just so good of a movie. And likeJon2 said, I didn't want it to end. I just kept wanting it to go on and on and on.
For the record, Dinosaur was not a Pixar film... and Finding Nemo was a spot of genius.
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Originally Posted by hiccup
I actually think it looks pretty good and will definitely be a fun film. So far, even Pixar's lesser films (Dinosaur and Finding Nemo IMO) are other company's best so I'm sure this one will be at least good.
btw, Dinosaur wasn't Pixar.... it was direct from Disney. It utilized live backgrounds along with CGI, whereas Pixar is completely CGI. Oh, I enjoyed it too.

Edit: Damn you, Goldberg!
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HD versions available:
http://www.apple.com/trailers/disney/ratatouille/hd/

(and in english)

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*sigh* Even Aardman Animation is working on a talking rat movie. There's no escaping the damn things!

http://www.flushedaway.com/
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looks great, seems pretty good
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Originally Posted by Rogue588
Pixar? I'm there.
From a woman who, when pregnant said she wouldn't take her child to see animated movies because it's not her thing...I'm there too.

Pixar got me started liking animation I've see all of their offerings, I'm not going to quit now.
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Who's in the cast? Nothing listed on imdb...
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I liked the voice of the French rat more.
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Originally Posted by iggystar
From a woman who, when pregnant said she wouldn't take her child to see animated movies because it's not her thing...I'm there too.
Just avoid the crappy ones. If it's from Pixar, you can rest assured that it won't be crap. Even the one that I liked the least (Monsters Inc.) had its charm.

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