料理鼠王的观后感200字左右,好的再给100分~料理鼠王是动画片要中英文对应的,

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料理鼠王的观后感200字左右,好的再给100分~
料理鼠王是动画片
要中英文对应的,

英文版
A lot of animated movies have inspired sequels, notably "Shrek," but Brad Bird's "Ratatouille" is the first one that made me positively desire one. Remy, the earnest little rat who is its hero, is such a lovable, determined, gifted rodent that I want to know happens to him next, now that he has conquered the summit of French cuisine. I think running for office might not be beyond his reach, and there's certainly something de Gaullean about his snout.
Remy is a member of a large family of rats (a horde, I think, is the word) who ply the trash cans and sewers of a Parisian suburb, just like good rats should. "Eat your garbage!" commands Remy's father, Django, obviously a loving parent. The rats are evicted from their cozy home in a cottage-kitchen ceiling in a scene that will have rat-haters in the audience cringing (and who among us will claim they don't hate rats more than a little?), and they are swept through the sewers in a torrential flood.
Remy (voice of Patton Oswalt) has always been blessed, or cursed, with a refined palate and a sensitive nose, and now he starts skulking around the kitchen of Gusteau, his culinary hero (voice of Brad Garrett).
Linguini and Remy meet, somehow establish trust and communication, and when Linguini gets credit for a soup that the rat has saved with strategic seasonings, they team up.
All of this begins as a dubious premise and ends as a triumph of animation, comedy, imagination and, yes, humanity. What is most lovable about Remy is his modesty and shyness, even for a rat. He has body language so expressive than many humans would trade for it.
Brad Bird and his executive producer, John Lasseter, clearly have taken over the leadership in the animation field right now. Yes, Bird made "The Incredibles," but the one that got away was his wonderful "The Iron Giant," in which a towering robot was as subtle, gentle and touching as Remy. His eye for detail is remarkable. Every prop and utensil and spice and ingredient in the kitchen is almost tangible, and I for one would never turn off the Food Channel if Remy hosted a program named "Any Rat Can Cook."
This is clearly one of the best of the year's films. Every time an animated film is successful, you have to read all over again about how animation isn't "just for children" but "for the whole family," and "even for adults going on their own." No kidding!
这是一部轻松幽默的电影,
主角是一只叫雷米的小老鼠,它最大的愿望就是能亲手做出各种各样的美食,并且得到别人的认可,但是它毕竟是一只老鼠,所以它的“美食家”的梦想在人与老鼠之间的矛盾前显得很荒谬.就是这只有着“荒谬”理想的小老鼠,用自己的不懈努力证明了:没有什么是不可能的.
影片中给我我印象最深刻的是古斯特的名言:Anybody can cook,也正是这句话激励着雷米坚持不懈地一直朝着自己的理想前进.任何人都可以做出美食,只要你有心,所谓有志者事竟成.是的,没有什么是不可能的,生活中很多事情也是这样,不要被别人在某方面的成就所筑成的高墙所困住,渐渐在围墙内自暴自弃、自怨自艾,其实,只要你有目标,肯尝试,说不定你也会摘取到成功的果实.这一念之间就在于你自己肯不肯尝试的问题上.上帝是公平的,在机会面前人人都是平等的,关键就在与你自己的选择如何.小老鼠雷米就是靠着对美食的一腔热爱,靠着一股子冲劲向自己的理想前进着.
Anybody can cook. 同样Anybody can try.机会不等人,所以我们应该抓住每个机会去尝试、去奋斗,发掘自己的潜能,有一天你可能会发现:我也行!这其中当然有着自信的作用,自信是做任何事情的必要砝码之一.每每看到别人的成就时,我们有时候就会产生一股挫败感,认为自己确实不如别人,别人获得成功才是应该的.其实不然,没有谁是天生的失败者,也没有谁是天生的成功者.打起精神来,要知道每个人都有自己的长处的,不要被别人的成就所威慑,每个人都有资格成为成功者,只要你有自信并且努力奋斗.上帝不会偏爱任何人,如果他真的偏爱的话,也是偏爱那些有自信并且不懈努力的人.
此外,林贵平的经历也使我意识到,每个人都有自己的长处,只要你自己善于发挥,就能在一方领域中成功.要知道,一个人有时候虽然不能成为最善带兵的将军,但是有可能成为最优秀的士兵.并不是每个人都要成为最好的将军,况且这世界上也没有这么多的将军位置给每个人做.俗话说:三百六十行,行行出状元.了解自己的长处,充分认识自己并加上自信和不懈的努力,这才是个人通往成功的捷径,适合自己的才是最好的.就向林贵平,他虽然没有成为一名声名远播的厨师,但是成为了一名优秀的服务生,并且他自己也深深地喜欢这份工作.他将自己的激情、专注投入到自己的职业中,在他的行业中,他无疑是合格的更是优异的.
正确认识自己是非常重要并且非常难得的.许多时候,我们正是由于对自己的认识不清,而盲目地奋斗和追求,走了很多弯路甚至离成功的目的地越来越远.每个人都可以尝试,在各种尝试之后,每个人都能够更全面的了解和认识自己,发现自己的长处并加以充分发挥.
成功并不是很遥远的.首先,你要有热情且敢于尝试;然后,在不断的尝试中认识自己,发掘自己的长处和优点;最后,你必须具有足够的自信和不懈的努力.达到了这三个标准后,相信我们离成功就不远了.
关于友情,剧中雷米与林贵平的友谊也证实了“患难见挚交”这句话.友谊本来就是建立在信任的基础上的,如果彼此都不信任对方,那双方就根本沾不上“友”字的边了.林贵平就是基于对雷米的信任,而一直将雷米留在自己的身边,给他一个舒适的住所;而雷米也是基于对林贵平的信任,而一次次帮助林贵平渡过难关.人与鼠之间本来就有着不可磨灭的矛盾,雷米有饿曾经迷惘过,不知道自己与人类交友的做法是否值得,然而他对林贵平的信任使他回到林贵平的身边,继续帮助林贵平渡过最后的难关.
小鼠雷米的成功告诉我们,Anybody can cook,没有什么是不可能的,只要你尝试、奋斗,而真正的朋友是值得信赖的.
(是2个版本不是翻译)

A lot of animated movies have inspired sequels, notably "Shrek," but Brad Bird's "Ratatouille" is the first one that made me positively desire one. Remy, the earnest little rat who is its hero, is suc...

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A lot of animated movies have inspired sequels, notably "Shrek," but Brad Bird's "Ratatouille" is the first one that made me positively desire one. Remy, the earnest little rat who is its hero, is such a lovable, determined, gifted rodent that I want to know happens to him next, now that he has conquered the summit of French cuisine. I think running for office might not be beyond his reach, and there's certainly something de Gaullean about his snout.
Remy is a member of a large family of rats (a horde, I think, is the word) who ply the trash cans and sewers of a Parisian suburb, just like good rats should. "Eat your garbage!" commands Remy's father, Django, obviously a loving parent. The rats are evicted from their cozy home in a cottage-kitchen ceiling in a scene that will have rat-haters in the audience cringing (and who among us will claim they don't hate rats more than a little?), and they are swept through the sewers in a torrential flood.
Remy (voice of Patton Oswalt) has always been blessed, or cursed, with a refined palate and a sensitive nose, and now he starts skulking around the kitchen of Gusteau, his culinary hero (voice of Brad Garrett).
Linguini and Remy meet, somehow establish trust and communication, and when Linguini gets credit for a soup that the rat has saved with strategic seasonings, they team up.
All of this begins as a dubious premise and ends as a triumph of animation, comedy, imagination and, yes, humanity. What is most lovable about Remy is his modesty and shyness, even for a rat. He has body language so expressive than many humans would trade for it.
Brad Bird and his executive producer, John Lasseter, clearly have taken over the leadership in the animation field right now. Yes, Bird made "The Incredibles," but the one that got away was his wonderful "The Iron Giant," in which a towering robot was as subtle, gentle and touching as Remy. His eye for detail is remarkable. Every prop and utensil and spice and ingredient in the kitchen is almost tangible, and I for one would never turn off the Food Channel if Remy hosted a program named "Any Rat Can Cook."
This is clearly one of the best of the year's films. Every time an animated film is successful, you have to read all over again about how animation isn't "just for children" but "for the whole family," and "even for adults going on their own." No kidding!
这是一部轻松幽默的电影,
主角是一只叫雷米的小老鼠,它最大的愿望就是能亲手做出各种各样的美食,并且得到别人的认可,但是它毕竟是一只老鼠,所以它的“美食家”的梦想在人与老鼠之间的矛盾前显得很荒谬。就是这只有着“荒谬”理想的小老鼠,用自己的不懈努力证明了:没有什么是不可能的。
影片中给我我印象最深刻的是古斯特的名言:Anybody can cook,也正是这句话激励着雷米坚持不懈地一直朝着自己的理想前进。任何人都可以做出美食,只要你有心,所谓有志者事竟成。是的,没有什么是不可能的,生活中很多事情也是这样,不要被别人在某方面的成就所筑成的高墙所困住,渐渐在围墙内自暴自弃、自怨自艾,其实,只要你有目标,肯尝试,说不定你也会摘取到成功的果实。这一念之间就在于你自己肯不肯尝试的问题上。上帝是公平的,在机会面前人人都是平等的,关键就在与你自己的选择如何。小老鼠雷米就是靠着对美食的一腔热爱,靠着一股子冲劲向自己的理想前进着。
Anybody can cook. 同样Anybody can try.机会不等人,所以我们应该抓住每个机会去尝试、去奋斗,发掘自己的潜能,有一天你可能会发现:我也行!这其中当然有着自信的作用,自信是做任何事情的必要砝码之一。每每看到别人的成就时,我们有时候就会产生一股挫败感,认为自己确实不如别人,别人获得成功才是应该的。其实不然,没有谁是天生的失败者,也没有谁是天生的成功者。打起精神来,要知道每个人都有自己的长处的,不要被别人的成就所威慑,每个人都有资格成为成功者,只要你有自信并且努力奋斗。上帝不会偏爱任何人,如果他真的偏爱的话,也是偏爱那些有自信并且不懈努力的人。
此外,林贵平的经历也使我意识到,每个人都有自己的长处,只要你自己善于发挥,就能在一方领域中成功。要知道,一个人有时候虽然不能成为最善带兵的将军,但是有可能成为最优秀的士兵。并不是每个人都要成为最好的将军,况且这世界上也没有这么多的将军位置给每个人做。俗话说:三百六十行,行行出状元。了解自己的长处,充分认识自己并加上自信和不懈的努力,这才是个人通往成功的捷径,适合自己的才是最好的。就向林贵平,他虽然没有成为一名声名远播的厨师,但是成为了一名优秀的服务生,并且他自己也深深地喜欢这份工作。他将自己的激情、专注投入到自己的职业中,在他的行业中,他无疑是合格的更是优异的。
正确认识自己是非常重要并且非常难得的。许多时候,我们正是由于对自己的认识不清,而盲目地奋斗和追求,走了很多弯路甚至离成功的目的地越来越远。每个人都可以尝试,在各种尝试之后,每个人都能够更全面的了解和认识自己,发现自己的长处并加以充分发挥。
成功并不是很遥远的。首先,你要有热情且敢于尝试;然后,在不断的尝试中认识自己,发掘自己的长处和优点;最后,你必须具有足够的自信和不懈的努力。达到了这三个标准后,相信我们离成功就不远了。
关于友情,剧中雷米与林贵平的友谊也证实了“患难见挚交”这句话。友谊本来就是建立在信任的基础上的,如果彼此都不信任对方,那双方就根本沾不上“友”字的边了。林贵平就是基于对雷米的信任,而一直将雷米留在自己的身边,给他一个舒适的住所;而雷米也是基于对林贵平的信任,而一次次帮助林贵平渡过难关。人与鼠之间本来就有着不可磨灭的矛盾,雷米有饿曾经迷惘过,不知道自己与人类交友的做法是否值得,然而他对林贵平的信任使他回到林贵平的身边,继续帮助林贵平渡过最后的难关。
小鼠雷米的成功告诉我们,没有什么是不可能的,只要你尝试、奋斗,而真正的朋友是值得信赖的。
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