Eye For Film >> Movies >> Nolan's Cheddar (2010) Film Review
Reviewed by: James Benefield
Like its only rodent character, Nolan's Cheddar is a small miracle - a short film with three acts which will make you laugh, cry and bite your nails, and it's over in fewer than 90 seconds.
A mouse spies some cheese. Unfortunately, it's attached to a mousetrap. Hijinx ensue, accompanied by pop hits by The Carpenters, The Doors and Survivor.
Like the choice of soundtrack, it's incredibly broad and crowd-pleasing, but it's done with a real sense of humour and flair. And with a central character as cute as this one, you could forgive it anything.
Watch it online at John Nolan's websiteReviewed on: 27 Jul 2010