Think Home Alone with a mouse instead of Macauley Culkin. Director Gore Verbinski brings a certain gothic style to the proceedings, including the grand old mansion that acts as the primary battleground, but Mouse Hunt is basically another case of a ridiculously small David thoroughly trouncing and humiliating his hapless Goliaths. Nathan Lane never met a hammy role he didn't like, and both he and Lee Evans have a lot of fun falling through floors and getting covered head to toe in triggered mousetraps. The camerawork is more than up to the task, following the scurrying mouse through the maze of intricate woodwork and piping that comprises the little rodent's preciously guarded territory. There's definitely some fun stuff here, and the look of the film, including a bunch of fantastic gadgets and gizmos, is like Tim Burton-lite. But the brothers' continued massive failures get repetitious pretty quickly. Look for a cameo by Christopher Walken as an eccentric exterminator who meets his match.