Linguini learns to give credit to his rat pal, and Remy realizes that his family connections are more important than his human ones. On the downside, two chefs in the kitchen are very hostile to Linguini, which could make some kids uncomfortable. Themes include perseverance and integrity.
Remy is hunted by an angry, gun-toting grandma and knife-throwing chefs. A gun is fired. One chef is rumored to be an ex-con and looks menacingly at the rest of the kitchen staff. Characters crash through windows, are struck by lightning, are hit, and are trapped. The sewer sequence early in the movie is somewhat scary. Remy is put in the sealed jar and nearly thrown in a river to drown.
Linguini and Colette flirt, embrace, and kiss.
A few mild insults: "stupid," "loser." One "hell."
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
It's France, and no French meal is served without a good bottle of wine.