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Get ready to meet some runaway rodents with an earth-shattering secret! Suspenseful and heartwarming, this beautifully animated odyssey stars Mrs. Brisby, a mild-mannered mother mouse with a plan to move Heaven and Earth (or at least her house and home) to save her family from Farmer Fitzgibbon's plow! Along the way she gets some help from a lovelorn Crow, a busybody neighbor mouse and a fearsome Great Owl. Unfortunately, Mrs. Brisby will need an engineering miracle to hoist her home, and for that she must face a mysterious rat, fend off a ferocious cat and claim a magic amulet! But when Mrs. Brisby discovers the astounding secret of NIMH...it could change her life forever! This timeless tale of love, courage and determination will transport the whole family into an enchanting world where the bravest hearts live in the meekest of mice.
Kind of a crazy movie. The book was awesome when I was a kid, but this just seemed dark and scary for younger kids.Published 2 days ago by J. Shea
Being a fan and lover of animation, I've always had an appreciation for director Don Bluth's work, and many of his movies have been a part of my childhood, especially "An... Read morePublished 6 days ago by KarToon12
i loved it then, and i love it now! true classic. seller was great. as always, amazon rocks!Published 14 days ago by roy
It said it has Spanish audio and it hasn't, that's why I bought it so I'm totally disappointed!! :(Published 1 month ago by Erika Rodriguez
Why is movie Mrs Brisby, original book is Mrs Frisby? I read the book years before the movie came out.Published 1 month ago by condeka
Such a great family story, how could anyone not like this? I never get tired of watching it.Published 1 month ago by Busdriver 0087
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I watched it yesterday and it was fantastic. I am 22. "Babyish"... please...
Apr 16, 2011 by royce lee | See all 6 posts
There is no TRUE Widescreen version of this movie--it was originally shot in 1.33:1 ratio--the so called widescreen version on DVD
is the Full Frame version with the top and bottom cropped off! Check it out!!
Jun 19, 2009 by George W. Endress | See all 5 posts
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Really? I didn't know that.
Sep 15, 2007 by Nela Holmes | See all 2 posts
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