Have you seen my dad?
Oh, no, I can't swim! I can't swim! I can't...
I'm... in... the sewer!
I'm gonna open my eyes and be home. This is all a bad dream.
I'm not home! I wanna go home!
Shush! Stop it. Roddy!
I want to go home! Pull yourself together!
I can't. I'm frightened.
Stop it, stop it, stop it!
All right, Roddy, old man, you can get yourself out of here, and you will.
Read all about it!
A way out! Yes!
Hey! That took me 3 years to draw!
I just finished it this morning!
- What is this place? - Hold the bus!
Feed the flies! Tuppence a bag!
It's a real city!
- Is it a bird? - Is it a plane?
Is that guy wearing my underpants?
Make him move, honey.
Boy, you got a face like a frying pan!
He moved! Did you get it?
- Got it! - Good.
- It's coming! - What? Where? Who?
The Great Flood!
Those floodgates won't hold forever, you know! We're doomed!
You think you can back away from the truth!
'EIIo, hello, hello. What's all this then?
- 'Morning, Collin. How are you? - Can't complain.
Keep an eye on this one. He's a bit of a loony.
- Are you kidding me? - Right.
I live in Kensington. Up there. The surface.
Up Top? Oh, no. No, no, no.
Flushed Away (2006)
Synopsis: After an ignoble landing in Ratropolis, a pampered rodent (Hugh Jackman) enlists the help of a sewer scavenger (Kate Winslet) in finding his way back to his posh London flat. Getting home is not the only problem, however; a rodent-hating toad (Ian McKellen) wants his notorious cousin, Le Frog (Jean Reno), to exterminate the pair.