THE SECRET OF NIMH 2: TIMMY TO THE RESCUE is a belated, direct-to-video sequel to Don Bluth's 1982 animated feature, THE SECRET OF NIMH, which was marked by its superior animation and a surprisingly grim story about animal experimentation. The sequel features animation that's fairly
simplistic, but not bad by made-for-video standards; the original film's disturbing theme, however, has been predictably neutered to make it much more kid-friendly.
A young mouse named Timmy (voice of Andrew Ducote) is chosen to follow in his late father's footsteps to help save animals from being tortured at NIMH, the National Institute for Mental Health. Timmy ventures out of the f...