Mouse Hunt

Theatrical Release: December 16, 1997
DVD Release: December 16, 1997
Mouse Hunt
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Synopsis

The hapless Smuntz brothers are delighted to discover that the ramshackle house they’ve inherited from their father is actually a long-forgotten, neglected architectural treasure worth millions. But auctioning the dwelling proves complicated when the house’s current resident, an intrepid field mouse, balks at their attempts to evict him. A fierce turf war breaks out, but the real winner is Christopher Walken, who walks off with the movie in a bit as a sadistic exterminator.

Dove Review

A clever rodent defends his home from two brothers attempting renovation in order to sell it. Lane and Evans are terrific, but contains the same comic brutality as the Home Alone movies.

Content Description

some sexuality with a woman provocatively dressed and brief sexual conversation; partial nudity, but not meant lasciviously,as a man loses his clothing to machines running amuck; 3 or 4 obscenities and mild expletives, but I caught no misuse of God’s name; violence, often the cartoonish mayhem crosses the line as we see people blown-up, set on fire and having everything imaginable falling on their heads

Info

Company: DreamWorks
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 97 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright