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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.
When Timmy is older, and singing I will show the world, a scene transitions using flowers, some of the flowers aren't colored, while others are. See more »
[Evil Martin tortures the cats head Floyd with an electric brain shocking device]
This is marvelous. By the time the full moon rolls around, I'll have an army of animals ready. Now you brainless fur balls! You can be my personal servants! Plus the hat, cat!
[Evil Martin then releases Floyd]
Yes my agent, yes my agent.
That's Dr. Valentine to you!
[Evil Martin pushes the button and continues to torture Floyds head with electricity]
Personally isn't it well actually.
Yes bub! Yes Dr. Valentine. Sire...
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As other reviews have noticed, this flick is a slap in the face of those of us who loved the original movie as kids. The animation is truly Saturday-morning level, and I was cringing every time a familiar character popped in -- they had been stripped of whatever edginess they had previously possessed and given voices that grate harshly on the ears of long-time fans. The songs were painful and completely inappropriate every single time, and the story was just plain dumb. I am a camp counselor for kids aged 6 to 10, and even they hated the movie. Parents, please don't subject your kids to this drivel, and fans of the original, don't even think of even picking up the box to this shameful waste of time.
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