Stuarts mother is being over-protective of him, especially when he narrowly escapes injury in a soccer game. His big brother George has also made a new friend, Will, so Stuart is feeing lonely. Stuart rescues a canary, Margalo, from a falcon she moves in with the Littles. One day, Margalo is nowhere to be found, so Stuart and Snowbell set out across the city to find her while George covers for Stuart (the first time hes had to lie).
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I just saw this movie for the first time, and I must say this is awful. Itis by far one of THE WORST childrens movies that I have ever seen. Theanimation is very unbelievable, the story is barely there and I found itjust a tad bit ridiculous. The first one was much better (on that child'smovie scale)and I would suggest that you save some money and skip thisone.
What can I say? I loved this film! I'm 60 years old and think it may bethebest thing I've seen in a long time. The lines are funny, the emotionsreal& it never drags. A bit far-fetched? Of course! It's a cartoon with a fewcartoonish live actors...and I enjoyed it more than Finding Nemo which wasalso well done. Just sit back & enjoy!
I've never been one for rodents. For some people it's spiders, but in mycase, mice and rats scare the proverbial out of me. That was until twoyears ago when a mouse by the name of Stuart made the biggest impact of anydisease carrying animal since Mickey. He stole a place in the heart of themasses. Well, the little fella's back, and this time going through a bit of ateenage crisis. Boys will be boys, and I suppose mice, mice - so therecomes a time when impressing the fairer sex seems all important. So when amouse, brought up by humans, falls in love with a bird it should make for aninteresting tale. Unfortunately it doesn't. Sure, Stuart is still incredibly cute, his love interest, Margalo, doeshave a certain nubile air about her and the villain, Falcon, is suitablyevil, but the script gives them very little to work with. The theatrepacked full of youngsters (the best test of a family movie) were a goodindication that Stuart Little 2 lacked the x factor that the first moviehad. While they didn't make endless journeys to the little boy's & girl'sroom, they didn't laugh that much either. There were no ooohs and ahhhs ofamazement. As they left, there was no excited chatter. Perhaps the biggestproblem is that Stuart Little 2 is too cutesy pie, even for the littlies inthe audience. The jokes, which are far and few between, fall flat. The first Stuart Little had more of an edge to it (thanks to a script byM. Night Shyalaman), and with kids growing up so fast these days needed it. In its attempt to be an uplifting family movie, Stuart Little 2 has becomeover sanitised with the end result being a lack lustre sterilemovie. Now I have to say the computer generated characters are so life like it ishard to tell where reality begins and ends. Every hair on Stuart's ears isa work of art, and he still has (thanks to Michael J Fox's voicing) acharmingly mischievous side to him. Problem is, Stuart Little 2 is a littlehi, little ho-hum.
I *really* expected a lot for this "Little 2" movie since I loved the waythey depicted innocent, well-meaning and happy family & their adopted cutelittle son Stuart the mouse(obviously). Loved Mr&Mrs Little-GeenaDavis&HughLaurie (they look really chummy, by the way), loved George- Lipnicki andofcourse,the voice of J.Fox and Nathan Lane. Maybe I liked ('SixthSense','Sign' director) M.Night Shamalyn's screenplay better than BruceJoelRubin.(No offense.)For the first half part, this movie was pretty disappointing. It was farfrom family any longer. It was all about Hollywood action-packed adventuremovie. I kept yawning and whispering 'hey..this is gonna be bad~'Moreover,I don't like the way they used POP SONGs in here!!Why didn't they just use Alan Silvestri's scores? That'd be real moving;butMandy Moore? Celine Dion? Hey I like those gals but please!Even the great song 'Alone again' sounded pretty lame forme.But after Stuart left for Margalow with Snowbell, then the funbegan.You can't think of anything from there. It's really fun,funny,thrillingandtouching also. (I won't give out any spoilers here.)Most of the credits and kudos to Michael J. Fox("Mom! Dad! I'm goin' in!"&"Save yourself!"), James Woods(very scary,let me tell you! My cousinecouldn't look at this hawk straight in the eye. Maybe too scary for thekids.), unbelievable Melanie Griffith! I never thought she would make thatkinda job. Pretty satisfactory compared to her previous works.Lastly-Mr.Nathan Lane!!He's the man here. I strongly insist the producers should make 'SnowbellLittle' out of this flick. Nathan Lane rocks! He inspires this littlewhitecat into a human being! I will never forget his acting here. He is so~natural.Of course, Steve Zahn also the greatest. Never let me down both of thoseguys.Trivia- I like that little Afro-American boy called Will(George's friend)aswell. Very cute("uh..he brought a magazine.")!So I'm telling you- quite disappointing from the start, very irritatingthose pop songs;but you'll get rewarded by the last halfsequences.
...That's right, boys and girls, it's STUART LITTLE 2! America's favoritetalking, driving, aviator mouse is back, in another adventure, adorable asever. And this time, along for the ride is an equally adorable little birdnamed Margalo (adorably voiced by Melanie Griffith). There's a bad bird too,who makes Margalo -=- MINOR SPOILER AHEAD -=- scam Stuart by befriending himand then stealing his mom's ring (hence the betrayal and the disillusionment- the revenge and redemption come later). My only question was: what didthe bad bird plan to do with the ring? Sell it on the black bird market? Butthen again if you're wondering about that in a film where mice fly planesand ride sportcars, you would have a problem. The only thing that wouldhave made this adorable and creative film even better would have been morescenes for the -yes - adorable Jonathan Lipnicki, from Jerry Maguire, whohad me at hello years ago.
After the success of the original 1999 film the whole cast reunite forthis sequel that may be a rare case of a film that betters theoriginal.Again using the classic book by E.B White as source material this filmmanages to create story lines that is appealing to both adults andchildren and moves along at a nice pace.The human actors are all good in their roles with Hugh Laurie tryingout the American accent that would prove useful in the TV series'House' years later and the voice acting of Nathan Lane and Michael JFox is great.Overall a welcome addition to the series and if your family enjoyed thefirst one they should certainly enjoy seeing what happened to theLittle's next.
Stuart Little returns to the big screen, after a 2 year absence. He isnowcompletely settled into his lifestyle with the Little family, and has agreat set up in the top bunk of his brother George's bed. In a worldwhereTV's are drive in movie's and a toy car is your ride to school, having amouse for a brother seems cool.Although no one seems to notice or mind when they see a little redcorvettewith a well dressed mouse inside, zipping along the sidewalk along thestreets of New York. They don't even stand on chairs and screaming"mouse!mouse!" when they see Stuart enter into a room, as the most common comedicreaction is portrayed.But don't think that this movie doesn't have its own share of funnymoments,the best one liners I've heard in a while are delivered by Snowball, thesarcastic family cat. When Stuart's new friend Margalo (perfectly voicedbyMelanie Griffith) goes missing, Stuart enlists in the help of Snowball totrack down her whereabouts. Snowball's declaration that his paint candangling hundred's of feet over the city has just become a litter box, andother such comments help balance the constant cheeriness of themovie.The sickeningly sweet Little lifestyle, includes their own greetings"Littlehi, little low", "little hey, little ho!" and Mrs. Little's overdoneattempts to get the newest edition of the family, Martha, to speak herfirstwords. This gets old very quickly but through a child's eyes, I suspectthis would all be perfectly normal.Another element that would slide right over a youngster's head, is that italso makes obvious uses of the colours yellow and red through out thefilm.It is never more obvious during the film than the final scene. WhenStuartsoars high above everyone's heads in his brother's model plane, everyoneinthe park below gawks, and runs to look. Most the extra's in the scene arewearing red, while the Littles stand out perfectly in their bright sunnyyellow. How quaint. I wonder if they were trying to bring out attentiontothe Little family?Desite these oversights, the movie is enjoyable, and probably even more sowith a youngster along. Although there is no specific underlying theme inthe movie, there is a strong sense of family, and a taste of adventure asStuart sets out to rescue Margalo - his first big adventure. Childrenwilllove this installment because it has plenty of the things they love, slapstick antics, adventure, friendship and a basic plot line. If you canoverlook the Little's lifestyle, and the colour scheme throughout themovie,then you just might like this movie too.
Stuart Little 1 was a fun movie,even though there was a bit ofsentimental rubbish at times. But Stuart Little 2 was almost nothinglike the first film. It was not as funny, there was enough sentimentaltrash to choke a small horse and there were just too many Americanvalues in it. The bird friend was just ridiculous and made you want tochuck your birdwatching binoculars away and buy a shotgun. Snowbell thecat was probably supposed to be the comic relief amidst all thesentimental mayhem but was a massive failure. The falcon just went intothe same category as the friendly undersized budgie: shotgun fodder. Ifelt sorry for my little brother who had to go through this ratherunenjoyable pastiche. Things I learned from this movie: -Falcons arenasty, vicious, bloodthirsty pickpockets -cats are afraid of havingtheir house burgled by strange, undersized budgies -Sentimentality infilms is like syrup. Thick and sticky -little spectacled brats(egGeorge Little)belong to some strange subspecies of overgrown gardengnomes with an affection for lab rats (eg Stuart Little).
**POSSIBLE SPOILERS**I saw the first Stuart Little movie, and I liked it alot. So when thesecondcame out, I wanted to see it, because I just *knew* it would be just asfunny and cute as the first one.LIE!!!!!This is by far one of the stupidest movies I have seen in a long time. AndIlike kids movies, too. But the plot did not make any sense:First of all, WHY and WHAT would a falcon want with a stupid diamond ring?Falcons aren't greedy, and they don't need the money. That just doesn'tmakeany sense to me.Second of all, WHY and WHAT would a mouse be doing in a SOCCER FIELD? AndNOWAY would a mouse ever survive that. I know it's a kids movie, but evenkidsmovies have to make SOME sense!Third of all, I HATED how everything in the Little family was all"goody-goody", "nothing can ever go wrong here". That wasNAUSEATING!The jokes were okay, too. Except the one where Stuart says: "I shouldstartwearing a cup." What was the point of that? It wasn't funny, not tomentionthat it's gross!On the positive side, I liked the idea of Stuart helping a canary. I likehow it teaches kids to befriend and help anyone no matter how differenttheyare. I also like the idea of how Stuart, Snowbell and the kid (I forgethisname) all work as a team to save Margelo. The cats were funny,too.**END OF POSSIBLE SPOILERS**I kinda like the opening song, "Put a Little Love in Your Heart", by MaryMary. It's a cute song, and it went well with the movie.So overall, I only recommend this movie to parent that have REALLY smallchildren. That way, they'll be too young to realize that absolutelynothingin this movie makes any sense! ;)-Jessie
Plucky, pint-sized hero Stuart Little (voiced by Michael J. Fox) returns inSTUART LITTLE 2, delighting audiences with even more action-packedadventure. This time, there are two brand new additions to the Littlefamily -- a nine-month old sister named Martha and a spirited bird namedMargalo (voiced by Melanie Griffith).
I know that ''Stuart Little '' is a movie specially Destined for kids,but it is so boring, that I don't know how even kids can handle it, andalso how Geena Davis( who is a great actress) had the courage to workin a piece of junk like this. The only funny thing in this movie isSnowbell, the white cat of the Little's family. And that's it. The mostannoying thing is the plot: How can a family adopt a mouse and thinkthis is the most normal thing in the world, thinking of him as a sonand a brother to his kid? And even more absurd is the idea of StuartLittle going to a human School,having classes and playing soccer withhumans. I like family movies, but this one is too awful to be true.
Sure, this is a kid's movie, but it's sufficiently engaging to hold momand dad's attention, even through repeated viewings. Little toucheslike having tiny Stuart wear a NY (football) Giants t-shirt and clever,and the highly stylized look of the film is just fun. The costumedesigner should get an award for making the costumes look sort ofcontemporary and "Miracle on 34th Street" at the same time. And whilethe plot is predictable and telegraphs its punches, it's also gentleand doesn't drag out the scary stuff too long, which makes this a goodmovie for kids. A lot better than a lot of the kids movies you will runacross at Blockbuster.
I just watched Stuart Little 2 on television and even though I've seenit before, I have to say, it was great. This film, in my opinion, tooka steady improvement from the prequel. There's more action, excitementand wonder to it which is fantastic! The characters were all brilliant. Stuart and the bird are so adorable!Snowball the cat, well, from wanting to eat Stuart in the 1st movie, tobeing best friends in this sequel, I have to say it's all good. Also, Ithink the chemistry between them is really sweet because they embark onthe adventure together, with no one else but them and there's a lot offriendship going on. Also it's great to see that Snowball always hasStuart's back like when the other cat in the restaurant wanted to eathim, he just stuck up for him.Stuart's personality has widened. He's not only the sweet and adorablemouse but in this movie, it shows his heroic instincts. This mainlyapproaches at the end of the movie, where re-fixes his old aeroplaneand flies around New York to stop the Falcon and save Margalo. Whichpurifies his bravery and cleverness.In terms of animation-wise, it was good. Stuart and the bird lookedbelievably realistic. However, my only negative point is The Falcon,who could have looked more "in-this-world", it looked socomputer-animated that it somewhat gave away it's evil instincts.Like I said, this sequel took a good improvement from the prequel. Inthis movie, there's a lot more plot and excitement to it, which scoreson the fun factor. Stuart embarks on a mission to save his bird friend,Margalo meeting adventure along the way, I mean that's the sort ofgenre that keeps me on the edge of my seat.Overall, I would love to watch this movie again. It is simply awonderful family film. To be honest, I think this film classifies as myTop Ten favourite Family films! Why? Because it's fun, charming andenjoyable. Definitely recommend.
'Stuart Little 2' is a nice and sweet sequel with the same charms as thefirst movie. The mouse Stuart (voice by Michael J. Fox) has an adventure inthe big city together with the house cat Snowbell (voice by Nathan Lane)because the bird he loves (voice by Melanie Griffiths) is taken by Falcon(James Woods). Of course the family Little (with Geena Davis, Hugh Laurieand son George played by Jonathan Lipnicki) is looking forStuart.A movie like this is allowed to be predictable. You know it will end happyand that is the way it should end. A movie like this needs some charming,sweet and funny moments and 'Stuart Little 2' has those moments. Everymoment between Margalo the bird and Stuart is sweet and charming andespecially the moments with the real characters are sometimes very funny.Another nice thing is the creation of the mouse and bird itself. SinceStuart or Margalo is in almost every scene in the movie there is alwayssomething nice to look at. This is a perfect movie for the wholefamily.
We liked the first one so much that we went to see this one without ourgrandkids. It was spectacular. The technology is amazing, the story iscute,Nathan Lane is just the funniest and best as is Michael J Fox, Geena Davisand James Woods. A can't miss great summer movie, even better than thefirst one. Kudos to the people who put this together!
Some cartoons, even those aimed primarily at children, are still wellworthseeing for adults. I was hoping Stuart Little 2 would be one of those,butit falls just a little short of the mark. It's cute, and it's funnyenoughto have kept me from turning it off, but it's a kid's movie all the way.Ifyou're a parent who wants to watch something with your kid this is a goodchoice because it's fairly entertaining, but I wouldn't recommend it toadults without kids. But it's darn cute.
This movie was even better than the first. Bringing to life more than justspirit and hope, but also terrific writing and wonderful acting as well.The special effects were simply amazing, with details on each character andtruely magnificant design to each one. Former cast members and new comers,join the "Little clan" which include, James Woods, Melanie Griffith, andSteve Zahn. Michael J. Fox was terrific as usual, who happens to be mypersonal favorite actor. This aside, the entire cast was excellent,including Nathan Lane, and Johnathan Lipnickie.If you have kids or not, you should definately look into seeing this film,short, but once you're involved in the plot twists, it doesn't seem it.Tryit out, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
The family in this film is so charming and just adorable. E.B. White isa talented children's book author and this second film sticks to thefeel of the first excellently.The far reaching love of this family is still the central theme withmore brother issues thrown in and cool toys and gadgets to reallyengage young viewers.An absolutely sweet movie, like the first, with its sentimentalmoments, but with plenty of action also.A must see for young families, and I'm sure many not-so-young will loveit, too. I did.
I seriously doubt that even children would relate to this. A mouse thatis sent out to play football with a human schoolboy team has to be thestupidest plot imaginable! I must admit that animated cartoons whereanimals behave like humans aren't my idea of fun at the best of timesbut when real people are subjected to this sort of thing I reallywonder where their mentality is! Having so said though, it is only fairto add that, when those animals are fantastic (as in Willow forexample) thats a totally different matter (and, also in fairness, I DOnote that this film is categorized as a fantasy). But when the animalsare presented as though they were ordinary people, that has to be overthe top in ridiculousness! I can only presume that there are people whoenjoy this sort of rubbish but I sure ain't one of them!
I just came back from seeing Stuart Little 2 with my 4 and a half year oldson. He loved it and I had a good time too!!!! It was appropriate for hisage and nothing shocking for him (he loved the airplane). One note though;this was the first movie with James Woods in it that he didn't cuss in (itmust have been painful for him)!!!!!