Yes, Plot Holes Matter… Sometimes

My favorite Pixar film is Ratatouille. It’s about a rat named Remy who wants to be a great chef like his role model Chef Gusteau who believes “anyone can cook.” The story has a profound message about art, ambition, and criticism, as well as complex characters and on-point humor. Although no movie is perfect, Ratatouille comes close. However, there’s one glaring plot hole.

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I’m a freelance writer/editor with too many novels in progress. I also write short stories and essays. See more of my work on sarahschaferwrites.com

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Sarah C. Schafer

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I’m a freelance writer/editor with too many novels in progress. I also write short stories and essays. See more of my work on sarahschaferwrites.com

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