Mousehunt

Mousehunt
Mousehunt

Year

1997

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Ernest and Lars are brothers - but snobbish chef Ernest doesn't want anything to do with Lars, until they come into an inheritance. They move into the run-down old mansion, and discover that if they can fix it up it will be worth a fortune. But they haven't reckoned on a very persistent, unwelcome guest in the shape of a tiny mouse. They'll try anything to get rid of it - including hiring a killer cat called Catzilla and a very scary pest control man, in this hilarious and good-hearted comedy romp.

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This film contains occasional use of mild bad language.

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