Early Ratatouille Sneak Previews This Saturday!

June 12, 2007


Pixar's next film hitting this summer, titled Ratatouille, is running sneak previews in 800 screens this upcoming Saturday. These public sneak previews are being run in most big theaters around the US starting at 7:00PM on Saturday, June 16th. Check your local theater's listings at

I just saw Ratatouille for the first time last night, and I will without a doubt certainly suggest this above almost anything else this summer. With other films you'll take a gamble on whether they'll be good or even whether you'll like them yourself. With Pixar and especially with Ratatouille, you have an original, creative, fun film that I guarantee you'll love. Do yourself a favor this weekend. Forget Nancy Drew or Fantastic Four 2, go see Ratatouille, it's a heartwarming film and will definitely be an enjoyable experience.

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Monday Night, in Austin, Texas at the Alamo Drafthouse downtown - lucky individuals were treated to the first public showing of Ratatouille hosted by Patton Oswalt and Janeane Garofalo. It was hilarious. It is a great film for both children and adults. It is visually stunning and is just a good time overall. I highly recommend it and believe that it will be one of Pixars true classics.

Matthew Beasley on Jun 13, 2007


Just saw it, way more fantastic than any movie that claims it is. Please see my comment at Really, GOTTA see this one! I will be very surprised if it doesn't have the biggest opening box office of all animations ever!

V Q on Jun 16, 2007

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