Review of: Every Mouse's Dream 

reviewed by elmerlang on 06/18/2006
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Pretty nicely done animation, I've just seen so many similarly done I have to assume there's some kinda software and I wish I could get it. I've also never heard of a pet mouse, but this is film so I guess one has to suspend belief, which is something I don't like to do. There was some mild humor, the story trotted along efficiently, and though I think it a bit long, when he got on the plane the movie took off, so to speak. Unfortunately it was also the end. I think you should get there quicker and let him have adventures, maybe returning home, though who would want to return to a cage. All in all it had its charms. Good luckus duckus.

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