Ratatouille (2007) Patton Oswalt | The Saturday Doobie Feature Episode 226 | Movies and Marijuana

Ratatouille (2007) Patton Oswalt | The Saturday Doobie Feature Episode 226 | Movies and Marijuana


Ratatouille (2007) Patton Oswalt | The Saturday Doobie Feature Episode 226 | Movies and Marijuana


It’s time to grab your chef hats, The Saturday Doobie Feature is hitting the kitchen with their review of Ratatouille! Join Justin, Derrick & Byron as they learn cooking secrets from the one and only, Chef Remy.

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*Prop 64 Compliant show recorded in California for Adults 21+

About the Movie

Plot (Spoilers):
Remy is an idealistic and ambitious young rat, gifted with highly developed senses of taste and smell. Inspired by his idol, the recently deceased chef Auguste Gusteau, Remy dreams of becoming a cook himself. When an old French woman discovers Remy’s colony in her house and attempts to exterminate them with a shotgun, they are forced to flee, and Remy becomes separated from his family in the panic. He ends up in the sewers of Paris and eventually finds himself at a skylight overlooking the kitchen of Gusteau’s restaurant.

As Remy watches through the window, a young man named Alfredo Linguini is hired as a garbage boy by Skinner, the restaurant’s current owner, and Gusteau’s former sous-chef. When Linguini spills a pot of soup and attempts to recreate it, Remy sees that he is ruining it, and fixes his mistakes. Linguini catches Remy but hides him when he is then confronted by Skinner for tampering with the soup. As the two argue, the soup is accidentally served and proves to be a success. The staff convinces Skinner to retain Linguini, who is assumed to be the soup’s creator. When Skinner catches Remy attempting to escape, he orders Linguini to kill the rat, but Linguini discovers Remy’s intelligence and decides to keep him instead.

On Linguini’s first day as a chef, he and Remy find a way to communicate: Remy guides Linguini like a marionette by pulling on his hair while hidden under Linguini’s toque. Skinner assigns Colette Tatou, the staff’s only female chef, to train his new cook.

Suspicious, Skinner learns that Linguini is Gusteau’s illegitimate son and the rightful owner of the restaurant. Remy discovers the evidence of Linguini’s inheritance and, after eluding Skinner, gives it to Linguini, who deposes Skinner as owner. The restaurant continues to thrive, as all of Remy’s recipes become immediate hits. A romance develops between Linguini and Colette, and Remy begins to feel left out. Remy finds that his clan has come to Paris as well, and is taken to their new lair, but his father Django’s attempt to rid his son of his admiration for humans fails and Remy leaves.

France’s top restaurant critic, Anton Ego, whose previous negative review cost Gusteau’s one of its stars and caused Gusteau’s death, announces he will dine at the restaurant the following evening. That night, Remy and Linguini have a heated argument. Remy leads his clan to raid the restaurant’s pantries in retaliation, but Linguini catches them and drives them out. Having discovered Remy’s skills, Skinner captures him in an attempt to use him to create a line of frozen foods. However, Remy is freed by Django and his brother Emile. He returns to the restaurant to find Linguini, who has been unable to cook without him. Linguini apologizes and reveals the truth to the staff, but they all leave in absolute disbelief. Colette later returns after recalling Gusteau’s motto, “Anyone can cook.”

Django arrives with the rest of the clan, offering to help after seeing his son’s determination. Remy has the rats cook, while Linguini waits tables. For Ego and Skinner, Remy creates a variation of ratatouille, confit byaldi, which reminds an astonished Ego of his own mother’s cooking. During the meal, the rats caught and tied up Skinner and a health inspector to prevent them from revealing the rats’ involvement in the cooking. When Ego requests to see the chef, Linguini and Colette make him wait until the rest of the diners have left before introducing Remy. Ego is stunned and leaves the restaurant, deep in thought. He writes a positive and thoughtful review for the newspaper the next day, stating that Gusteau’s chef is “nothing less than the finest chef in France.”

Linguini and Remy decide to release Skinner and the health inspector, however; thus, despite receiving a good review, Gusteau’s is forced into closure due to the presence of the rats violating health code regulations, and Ego loses his job and his credibility as a critic. Luckily, Ego funds (and frequents for Remy’s cooking) a popular new bistro, La Ratatouille, created and run by Remy, Linguini, and Colette. The rats settle into their new home in the bistro’s roof.

Sourced: Wikipedia, allbud.com

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