PG | | Action, Family, Fantasy
The film does not credit the original The Nutcracker and the Mouse King story, nor its author E. T. A. Hoffmann.
The Rat King:
Are you going to tell me where the Prince is, or shall I bite your fingers off one by one? Let's start with the little finger.
When the Rat Queen bites the Rat King's ear as a punishment for being whiny, he stumbles away from her, pressing a hand to his ear and crying "You bit me!", looking very pained. However, when the Rat Queen stops yelling at him, you can still see him standing in the same position and with the same pained expression, but in the next shot (a second later), he's standing in a quite normal position, looking angry rather than pained.
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