Everything Wrong With Ratatouille In 15 Minutes Or Less

Everything Wrong With Ratatouille In 15 Minutes Or Less

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With the impending release of The Incredibles 2, we decided it was finally time to go looking for sins in the last Brad Bird Pixar film, Ratatouille. It’s about a rat chef, but it’s also really excellent, but also full of sins.

Thursday: Animated sins.

Remember, no movie is without sin! Which movie’s sins should we expose next?!

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78 Responses

  1. Freddy Jongue says:

    ” This shit is so unrealistic ” *IT’S A CARTOON*

  2. Raza Kampono says:

    This movie is perfect why did you make this

  3. HOTUniverse says:

    11:41 if you look in the bottom left you can see “National soccer team scored more goals to win game”. How is that not a sin?

  4. Ethan Williamson says:

    Ratatouille, just like every other Pixar film (apart from Cars 2 and 3, The Good Dinosaur, and Brave) is not purely a kid’s movie! The entire idea behind a Pixar film is to do new things and reach new heights that can not be achieved through live action. Could you imagine a live action Ratatouille? Could you imagine a live action Up? Coco? Monster’s Inc.? Finding Nemo? Toy Story? These are all masterpieces that we would never be able to enjoy without the “kiddy” animation. Animation, in the way that Pixar uses it, is an art-form meant for all ages. Pixar movies aren’t just for kids.

  5. Ken 1138 says:

    The walk-in is the place to go scream.

  6. Half The Heart says:

    *I’ve been waiting soo long for this one.* 😂

  7. ZekromFury says:

    Why isn’t this zero minutes long

    • ZekromFury says:

      I mean, there are a few plot devices in it, but it’s still a good movie

    • PongoXBongo says:

      EWWs are not about a movie being good or bad. No film is without sin, not even a good one. 😉

    • Chatnoir 77888 says:

      What’s weird is that this video is approximately 15 minutes long and their video on The Last Airbender is only 4 and a half minutes long (or something like that).

  8. 123loverXOXO says:

    Does the blonde chef remind anyone else of Gordon Ramsay?

  9. Yohan Kuriyan says:

    Thanks to Cinemasins, whenever I get in a crash or accident of some kind, I hear a *ding* and a bodiless voice saying ‘you survived that’

  10. Cybernetic Husky says:


    I always thought that was the weirdest thing and why would any shop show that

  11. FunForSameer says:

    Whaaat, I love this movie!

  12. Francois van Kempen says:

    5:35 I always thought this movie was set in like the mid 50s, just a decade out of the war. Black-and-white TV, old looking cars, and the fact that the old lady had a shotgun and a *gas mask.*
    That seems like it would *not* be modern, and cameras wouldn’t be very viable.

    Just what I always thought though, and it’s a good video anyway.

    • Yeshwant Dasari says:

      Francois van Kempen well apart from the Late 1980s Motorbike and The Health inspector driving a generic Smart I thought that too lol

    • Stefano Lombardi says:

      And also, why should there be a security camera in the kitchen? This isn‘t a fucking gas-station or gun shop. Shut up America! 👍🏻

    • T3kno says:

      Stefano Lombardi so someone doesn’t poison a dish?Try to break in?Steal the produces?

  13. Micah Philson says:

    Rats carry fleas. Fleas carry the plague.

    Rats didn’t carry the plague, unless you count the very literal sense.

    • logosloki says:

      Plague infested rats carry fleas, fleas sup on infected blood, become infected, and then pass this on to the unfortunate human. Human can now pass plague on to humans.

    • william oshea says:

      a truck carries boxes. Boxes carry items.

      Trucks do carry the items because thats how this shit works. Youre logic is fuckin stupid.

    • TreesInMyFace -_- says:

      Actually it was gerbils that carried the majority of the plague-ridden fleas.
      So rats aren’t to blame.

    • Nellie Grayson says:

      I think you would really enjoy the song Fleas on Rats.

      Search for it on Youtube

    • Li-Li Mandragon says:

      Rats can help you out of a sinking ship, they’re fine in my book.

  14. Mohammed Amgad says:

    Please do everything wrong with Alice in Wonderland (1959). Lmao, you’re gonna have a field day with that one

    • Suki Green says:

      Damn, I wouldn’t even know where to START with Alice in wonderland lol

    • bananabuttersomethin says:

      Considering the entire movie is a dream, there’s really not a whole lot you can sin. Anything goes in dream world. Biggest sin is “it was all a dream cliche”.

    • Tad Strange says:

      He sinned the Wizard of Oz, which is basically the same concept: Little girl has a dream about fantastical and wacky things.

  15. Techno The Destroyer says:

    I sin cinema sins for not sinning this movie earlier: ding.

    Also sin-ception

  16. Isra SteveBrine says:

    I hate to be that guy but your first sin. That is the actual French National Anthem. In Tchaikovsky’s 1812 overture, Tchaikovsky uses it a few times to represent the French Army in the battle.

  17. Wdomino says:

    This movie is awesome. By no means is it perfectly realistic but this is one of those modern fairytales type concepts that I can rewatch all the time. Funny thing, I always get hungry watching this movie and it really teaches you an awesome lesson. “Not everyone can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from anyone/anywhere”

  18. Haaris Qureshi says:

    I don’t know why I feel so betrayed to learn you don’t edit (all) your own videos but I am a bit.

  19. Conor Murphy says:

    This makes me happy

  20. Leslie says:

    UM I LOVE ratatouille, what did it ever do to you

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