Ratatoing is a 2007 Brazilian rip-off of Ratatouille made by Video Brinquedo.
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I’m astonished that this was actually made by humans and not a malfunctioning AI with a low battery and a pirated copy of Maya. I’m not sure I can ever truly articulate to you how bad this movie is.
Ratatouille is a 2007 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Pixar and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the eighth film produced by Pixar. The title refers to a French dish, ratatouille, which is served at the end of the film and is also a play on words about the species of the main character.
It blatantly rips off Pixar’s Ratatouille, which was released the same year as this movie.
Even the title rips off that movie. It’s like the creators of the movie couldn’t pronounce Ratatouille right, or even come up with an original title for that matter.
Poorly made and rancid animation like with Video Brinquedo’s other movies, especially the mouth movements and walk cycles. However, the biggest, most laughable offender comes in the form of a scene where a cat chases after them, and walks on two legs while waving its arms around as though it were on fire.
Vídeo Brinquedo’s films have been heavily panned for their very poor animation, voice acting, and questionable writing alongside scenes which merely exist to fill the running time so the film in question can qualify as ‘feature length’.
Erik Henriksen, a reporter from The Portland Mercury, criticized Vídeo Brinquedo as being “the laziest/cheapest movie studio of all time,” due to similarities between its releases and the films of other animation studios, such as Pixar.
In his review of Ratatoing, a reviewer on ToonZone said: “If you ate a copy of the worst cartoon you could think of, you’d still probably crap something better than Ratatoing.”
Disney’s legal department was contacted by a reporter through a spokesperson about a potential lawsuit, but Milani did not comment.
Vídeo Brinquedo (also known as Toyland Video and Video Toys, and formerly known as VBF Produções and Spot Films) was a Brazilian animation studio, located in São Paulo, that produces direct-to-video animated films widely viewed as mockbusters of comparable films from Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios, Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Animation, 20th Century Fox, Blue Sky Studios, Hasbro Studios, Sony Pictures Animation and Astley Baker Davies.
You now know what Ratatoing is like, so you don’t have to watch it. Did you hear me? YOU DON’T HAVE TO WATCH IT. This is the cinematic equivalent of the abyss staring back at you. It defies ratings or traditional reviews. Forget everything else I’ve watched this month. THIS is true horror.