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Timothy Brisby, now Timmy, leaves his family to train with the rats of NIMH in Thorn Valley. He meets Jenny, a mouse about the same age as he, who reveals her family are part of "The Lost Six" who did not escape NIMH. Timmy suspects his missing brother is also being held at NIMH and embarks on a rescue mission with Jenny while encountering old and new friends along the way.
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[Floyd grabs Jenny's tail]
Three blind mice. See how they shine throughout the device.
17 Year Old Tim:
Oh man. Why didn't I listen.
[Timmy walks back but Floyd grabs Tim by the tail]
Oh no no no no no. Oh No no no no. You'll make a scrum-sics golden neck of here.
[Floyd throws Timmy into his mouth]
What the? What are you thinking Floyd?
[Muriel slaps Floyds back and Timmy comes out of his mouth on the ground]
They are going to make such a lovely stew you know. A few carrots and mashing up some greens.
Grr! Floyd! ...
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I knew this movie was going to be bad since before production started. Release day finally came. After a month or so of procrastination, I rented it. And I survived. This so-called sequel to The Secret Of NIMH is nowhere near the creepy-yet-cute level of the original. Instead, it looks more like a bad Rescue Rangers episode. The songs not only shouldn't be there, but they're awful. There's nothing new in the plot-it's pure formula-absolutely pure! It's childish, badly written, and the producers tried to compensate for the faults by encasing the thing with gloss. Didn't work.
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