When the Littles go to an orphanage to adopt a new family member, their son, George, insists on a little brother as opposed to a big one. His request is honored more literally than he ever imagined when a charming young mouse named Stuart is chosen. While George is disappointed and initially unwelcoming to his new brother, the family cat, Snowbell, is even less enthusiastic at the prospect of having a mouse as his master and plots to get rid of him. Against these difficulties, Stuart resolves to face them with as much pluck, love and courage as he can muster. In doing so, he shows his beloved new family that great things can truly come in small packages.
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This is a mostly sweet film whose visual tricks - from the sheen on Stuart's fur and the shadow he casts to the wrinkles in his wool suits - will be seen as amazing by adults and taken for granted by kids.
I don't think they could have topped the first Stuart Little even if they tried their hardest, but this sequel is almost just as good. Michael J. Fox is back as the voice of Stuart and Nathan Lane is back too as the voice of Snowbell. In this one Stuart is afraid that he is too small to have any friends and even thinks that he is too small to acomplish anything. But he just has to remember what Mr. Little said, "Every cloud has a silver lining." And then one day a bird named Margalo falls into his car while running away from a falcon. He takes Margalo home and they get to know each other and become good friends, but Margalo is not who Stuart thinks she is. Stuart wakes up one morning to find that Margalo is missing, so he and Snowbell set off on a dangerous journey to find her.I wish that Monte would have been in this movie more, he had a pretty big part in the first one, and Snowbell is way too wimpy in this one. But other than that, Stuart Little 2 is a great movie that teaches the important values of friendship and honesty.A
What a good year for family movies! The Iron Giant, Toy Story 2, and nowStuart Little. It's great to be able to safely take your children to themovie theater and see an entertaining, positive movie. I must admit, I wasalittle skeptical at first because I am not a Michael J. Fox fan (he is thevoice for Stuart the mouse). But an interesting plot, solid acting,believable action sequences coupled with fantastic special effects makethisa movie we will have to own when it comes out on video. But don't miss itonthe big screen! Your kids will appreciate it!
This is the first kids movie that I've seen since I was a kid so I didn'thave big expectations for it but it was surprisingly good. I thought it wasgonna be another Baby Genius type of movie but it had a good plot and somecool cats. A lot of things are far fetched but when you're a kid I guessignorance is bliss so that can be overlooked. It was interesting to haveGeena Davis in it. She's been out of the spotlight lately and this is notthe way to get back in to it but she was pretty good in this. This was justa solid, entertaining movie, sure shows Van Damme a thing ortwo.
what a great movie for kids and not to mention for the holidays.there was fantastic funny jokes,some good special effects,and some goodacting especially Michael J. Fox as the voice of the title character andnotto mention the other good voices. I recommend this movie for people ofallages.
This review is from: Stuart Little 2 (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo) (Blu-ray) I bought this movie because of Hugh Laurie, what an amazing actor!!! The quality of the bluray box is great!
I would hate to know that this was any child's first encounter with Stuart.
Great movie to be enjoyed by all members of your family..it has character and meaning and fun all rolled up in one cute film. Michael J. Fox is..."Stuart Little" see this movie with your cute button turned on.
it was crap. I love it when the orks were eating the tree on top of the ice cream mountian in mexico then gandolf came in and reunited stuart with his grand elf. then I loved it when sweeny todd gave stuart a hair cut and then told him to eat a hair ball then feed it to a cat. in the end stuart forgets to put his car in break when he got out so when he walked behind it to get gas it rolled backward and crushed stuart.
A delightful charmer for all ages.
It's too bad that Stuart Little doesn't quite measure up to the extraordinary sweetness of the classic children's book by E.B. White on which it is based.
How can it be? "Stuart Little 2" is even better than the first movie. Stuart (gently voiced by Michael J. Fox) is feeling a little, well, small, and the over-protectiveness of his mother (Geena Davis) does nothing to boost his self-esteem. His brother George has become the hero of the soccer team, however unwittingly, and is breaking away from Stuart to be with his own friends. When Stuart rescues a charming canary named Margalo (voiced by Melanie Griffith) from a hawk, he swells with his new-found sense of heroism and develops a crush on his new friend. But things aren't what they seem. Margalo disappears, and Stuart fears the worst and sets out to rescue her again, this time enlisting the aid of family cat Snowbell (voiced by Nathan Lane.)The comic scenes are hilarious and always clever, and the emotional ones are touching without going overboard. Stuart matures from a disheartened mouse smothered by motherly love to a courageous adventurer who wants nothing more than to do the right thing. The cinematic palette is ingenious, with vibrant colors reminiscent of a picture book. The true wonder of this film is Stuart himself, am adorable CGI with detailed fur and a face that expresses a wide range of emotions, making him seem lovably real.This film is ideal for family entertainment, as adults will be charmed as much as the kids. Although Stuart faces danger, there's nothing here that will terrorize little ones, and they'll get a kick out of scenes such as Stuart's uncontrolled plane ride and his being lowered by a string down the drain. Buy this film instead of renting, as it's worth seeing more than once - and the kids will insist upon it.
Stuart Little is a wonderful movie for children of all ages. My sister tookmy seven year old to see it, he thought it was great. My two year old evensat and watched it on video. It is a great fantasy story for allchildren.
A fun movie for kids, with some real adult laughs.I would have liked more of the out-takes played during the creditsincorporated as part of the story, ie, more of the fun interactionsbetweenStuart and George, rather than the "cats chase mouse" scenes throughCentralPark, etc.
It's an unbelievably sick and appalling picture.
Its small and cute, but you need much more than that for a great movie, it could have been hillarius, but it chose to be just cute, it has only two funny seens, the best thing I can think of is Michael J Fox back in the movies.
M. Night Shyamalan assembled the year's most memorable cinematic portrayal of a single-parent household.
If you loved the first Stuart Little movie, then you should highly reccomend to check this movie out. It is funnier than the orginal (in my opinion) you may not agree with me. I waited to rent Jonathan Lipnicki's earlier summer movie "Like Mike", but all the copies was out on dvd and just was on video. And it is a fat chance that I will rent it on video. First I should point out that there are changes from the first movie. Just Mr. and Mrs. Little and thier sons George and Stuart Little are back along with both Monty (he is in a short part of the movie) and Snowbell are back. And everybody else that was in the first movie are not back. As the movie opens, Stuart Little (Michael J. Fox) goes to the same school as George Little (Jonthan Lipnicki). Mr. Little (Hugh Laurie) and Mrs. Little (Geena Davis) allow Stuart to drive to and from school in his car, but his old brother George has to be with him. George now has a new friend named Will (Marc John Jefferies). And Stuart is lonely until one day when a bird named Margalo (Melaine Griffth) falls into his car on his way home from school. Monty has only 2 scenes in this movie. The other changes I have seen fom this one is that now Stuart shares his bedroom with George and now George has a kid sister in this movie as well.
I am a 20-year old man who likes all kinds of movies (except westerns andpre-school cartoons). I went to see this film for one single reason: theamazing computer animation. I ended up liking it for everything: characterdevelopment, creativity, true feelings and that sticky nice familytenderness. Remember the sadness of "Titanic" and "Simon Birch"? Well, Ididnot cry then, I cried now. The only thing that I am a little dissatisfiedisits shortness. Ten more minutes would have just perfect. Go see it, youwilllove it tremendously!
Wonderfully expressive characters fill the cast of Stuart Little 2 where Hugh Laurie and Geena Davis reprises their role as Mr. and Mrs. Little who raises lonely mouse Stuart as their son. This sequel to the hugely successful Stuart Little is a majestic and vibrant adventure as Stuart (brilliantly voiced by Michael J. Fox) learns that his tiny size harbours a big heart when he rescues an orphaned bird Margolo (Melanie Griffith) from the cruel manipulations of Falcon (James Wood). Director Rob Minkoff creatively transform the Manhattan setting into a playground for the rollicking adventure and uses the dazzling visual effects to capture the nuances of the characters' portrayals. Bolstered by a simple yet effective script from Bruce Joel Rubins, Stuart Little 2 surpasses its predecessor with its smooth narration of a beautiful journey that knits friendship, courage and honesty without the bog of exposition. This movie sparkles with child-like innocence and wits from the zany furball Snowbell (Nathan Lane), proving that size doesn't matter at all when it comes to charm.