A Mouse Tale

DVD Release: February 10, 2015
A Mouse Tale


In order to save their kingdom from evil rodents, Sebastian (Drake Bell) and Samantha (Miranda Cosgrove) are sent on a quest by the King of Rodencia (Jon Lovitz), to obtain a legendary magical crystal that has the power to defeat the rodents. With the help of two trustworthy knights, they must venture deep into the forest and enter the forbidden world of giants in order to accomplish their mission and restore order to the kingdom.

Dove Review

When the youngest mouse in the family is being picked on by his older siblings, Grandpa decides to tell him a story about another little mouse named Sebastian and his friend Samantha. These two were chosen to go on a great adventure to save their kingdom from the evil Black Rodent.

While Sebastian and Samantha and the knights the king sent with them are on their journey to the land of the Giants with a quarter to exchange for a crystal, they discover many things about themselves. They also learn that magic comes from within your heart—not a wand—and that having confidence in yourself is very important.

This is a charming little fantasy with a message about being brave and believing in yourself and others. We are proud to award “A Mouse Tale” with the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Mouse couple kiss.
Language: Nickname Monkey Butt is used; jeez-1; stupid-4; heck-1; poppycock-1.
Violence: Young mice playing with make-believe swords; older siblings picking on younger mouse; angry fairy chases little mouse; mouse uses a slingshot; bridge falls apart; attack by the black rodents rats; rocks falling on mice; monster made of rock.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Comments about being a wizard; prophecy of being the chosen one; tooth fairy; fantasy.


Company: Lionsgate
Writer: Mychal Simka
Director: Mychal Simka
Producer: Mychal Simka
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 88 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe