Ratatouille is the 2007 film by Brad Bird, a Pixar movie about a rat who wants to be a chef. The main character, Remy, is an anthropomorphic rat with fine taste in cuisine and an ability to smell spices that drive him nuts. As it turns out, his abilities are less weird and more logical considering he’s...a rat. Ratatouille is one of the best films from Pixar because it isn’t just about rats and gourmet food, but also about growing up and finding your calling in life. It has witty dialogues, sympathetic side characters and a charming love story. And the soundtrack? Well, it won’t make you cry like Up or Inside Out; however, it does its job at setting the perfect tone for that particular scene –whether it’s sad, happy or adventurous– so let’s take a look at some of its best tracks!
The soundtrack for Ratatouille is a mix of jazz, classical and world music. It includes tracks from artists like James Brown, Stereophonics, Pink Martini, etc. The soundtrack won the Academy Award for Best Original Score. It also received nominations for the Grammy Award for Best Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or other Visual Media and a BAFTA Award for Best Film Music. The soundtrack is a mix of old jazz tunes and orchestral sounds. It’s a genre that fits the gourmet theme of the film perfectly, as jazz is the perfect music to savor a meal and classical tunes the best background music for a fancy dining experience.
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