The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue is a 1998 direct-to-video animated film produced by MGM Animation and the sequel to the 1982 animated film The Secret of NIMH. One day Timmy comes across a female field mouse named Jenny McBride, whose parents were two of the lost eight mice who tried to escape NIMH but were thought to have died.
Seeking help, they visit the Great Owl but instead find Jeremy the crow, posing as the Great Owl. He asks Timmy to join him, but he refuses and is locked in a cage as Martin drags Jenny away to make her his queen. Timmy and Martin are able to escape through the lab's skylight, with some help from Jeremy.
Upon its release, the film received largely negative reviews by critics and fans of the first movie. We're sorry, but there's no news about "The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue" right now. Jenner is a great example, but the page image isn't just an example above the example lime. That looks like he's advancing into a battle (or soemthing) while she's trapped in a force-field. Visibility is an issue there; I could read it either as him coming to rescue her or locking her in that force field. 21 treelo15th Jan 2014 02:46:05 PM Could someone hop over to the ongoing Monster example thread and ask about if images are good for any of the subpages? I have no issue with the pics on the Monster pages, but I think that they should show a character doing something heinous.
TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! The film is unrelated to Racso and the Rats of NIMH, the sequel to the book on which the original film was based.
The Thorn Valley council decides it would be too dangerous to save the eight mice, so Jenny and Timmy go alone. There they learn that a caterpillar named Cecil has teamed up with Jeremy to trick the forest animals into paying them money.
I dunno, I'm still sure none of these should have images as nobody will ever agree to a fitting image. Would like to see if we could get a consensus on no images at all on the subpages given that is a 800+ page thread debating the viability of entries. Timothy is chosen to go but his older brother Martin believes he should have been the one chosen. Jeremy and Cecil take the two mice to NIMH where they find two of the rats from Thorn Valley, Justin and Brutus.


Together, they knock out Martin and Timmy tricks Martin's army of ravens and rats to fly in the wrong direction. The mice return to Thorn Valley, Martin returns to normal and Timmy arrives to a hero's welcome by the citizens of Thorn Valley, including Justin, Brutus, Mr.
It's locked too so there's an extra thing, probably didn't want it to fall down the Complete Monster hole. Martin is missing and it is up to Timmy and his partner Jenny to confront him and get the rats back. Timmy and Jenny then leave to find the others, only to find once everyone is free that NIMH is on fire. At Thorn Valley, Timothy learns from a young girl mouse that the mice who were presumed to have been killed during the escape from NIMH are still alive, so he and the rats mount a rescue operation. Valentine with a device similar to the one Valentine used on him and made him think he was a dog.
Then, after finding a girl mouse, a mouse who’s parents are captured, they set off to find the great owl.
Martin plans to use an army of lab rats riding a flock of ravens to take over Thorn Valley.
After being attacked by the crazy Muriel and Floyd once again, Timmy sends them down an elevator shaft and finally finds Martin.
Dale known as storyboard clean-up artist George Elliott known as additional storyboard artist John Howley known as storyboard artist Dan Kuenster known as storyboard artist Vincent Liu known as overseas art director Mario Piluso known as storyboard artist J.C.
Ponce known as prop designer Shivan Ramsaran known as additional storyboard artist Louis Scarborough Jr. Thelate Elizabeth Hartmann most excellently provided the voice for the humbleand brave female protagonist rodent, Mrs. Brisby, and made the timid littlemouse bigger than any animated character on the screen I had seen yet. You can see the frigginPIXELS!!3) Has god-awful backgrounds painted in naive primary colors4) Has god-awful animation which was allegedly outsourced to a bunch ofanimation sweatshops in eastern europe.
And I don’t mean incidental, or is that accidental stuff youcan just crank the volume down at. The critters are alla-singing and a-dancing, and the songs are shrill and cacophonic andperformed and orchestrated like high school theater plays.
My heart falls when I think that an entiregeneration is likely to remember THIS travesty as the only NIHMmovie.This is little more than a piece of Direct-to-Video drivel, moulded rightfrom the formula that Disney has, as of late, ironed out and pushed down ourthroats. I read the reviews, and I rented thisdisc-shaped fragment of decaying bovine excrement anyway….
This so-called sequel to The Secret Of NIMH is nowherenear the creepy-yet-cute level of the original.
It’s childish, badly written, and the producers tried to compensatefor the faults by encasing the thing with gloss.


The animation is trulySaturday-morning level, and I was cringing every time a familiar characterpopped in — they had been stripped of whatever edginess they had previouslypossessed and given voices that grate harshly on the ears of long-time fans.
The songs were painful and completely inappropriate every single time, andthe story was just plain dumb. The animation sucks, the voice acting is justlaughable, the main villain, Martin, is just as hilariously bad as thevillain in Warriors of Virtue, and overall, the film is a completejoke. No offense guys, but if youplan to sugarcoat the premise just to appeal to kids too young torealize that this movie is pure garbage, consider yourselvesincompetent morons who think selling bad sequels to films many considerto be nostalgic masterpieces is a great idea, 'cause guess what? Oh yeah, and did I mention that this movie had noconnection to Rosco and the Rats of NIMH (the book sequel to Mrs.Frisby and the Rats of NIMH)? Not the story itself.Fans of the original Secret of NIMH should stay the hell away from thisgod awful monstrosity, and if you saw this whole movie, you have mygreatest sympathies.
The Land Before Time sequels were moreentertaining than this, and I hate those too (the first LBT was puregenius, BTW). This is similar to when Conan the Destroyer came out, asit gave a big fat middle finger to fans of Conan the Barbarian. You just ruined apiece of my childhood, and you should be ashamed, even though it hasbeen 11 (now 12) years since you made this garbage.You know, Timmy was the sick mouse Mrs. If you watch thesequel to one of the greatest animated films of all time, you wouldwish Timmy had died of pneumonia or squashed to death by the farmer'stractor.
If you like this movie, consider yourself someone whoneeds to get their brain examined, because I can't find one sane personwho likes this garbage.
Sure it isa direct to video sequel, but the cheap production values really showhere.The animation was horrid. And the singing waseven worse, it was as if the vocalists thought they were singing in aschool end of year production.The dialogue was pathetic, and held no correlation whatsoever to theoriginal or the parts of the book I read. Timmy came across asrather whiny and annoying, a far cry from Elizabeth Hartmann'ssorrowful and poignant portrayal of Mrs Brisby who you hardly see inthe sequel, and Dom DeLuise was nowhere near as funny as he was in theoriginal.
Ialso thought, and I am probably the only person to think this, that thevillains were rather lame.
The story is dumb, theanimation is horrid, the music is revolting, and the acting, if you cancallit that, is possibly the worst part of this movie. Oh sure, it mightentertain a not-too-bright 4 year-old, but then again, what wouldn’t?




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