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Stuart Little 2

Stuart Little 2 (2002)

July. 19,2002
| Adventure Animation Comedy Family

Stuart, an adorable white mouse, still lives happily with his adoptive family, the Littles, on the east side of Manhattan's Central Park. More crazy mouse adventures are in store as Stuart, his human brother, George, and their mischievous cat, Snowbell, set out to rescue a friend.


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Story plot was okay, but so badly carried out that the movie was boring. This entire series is badly made. The garbage acting was shocking and revolting. One can forgive the small children who could not act well, but the mother in particular being hired as an actress at all is a shock. The absence of proper acting was so revolting that this movie was very difficult and frustrating to get through. One could not even tell if the parents, particularly the mother, were happy or scared about any situation, such was the lack of expression. The voice dubbing of the bird was also extremely fake and annoying. The depth of emotions was absent, again, owing to the fake and rubbish acting. The story could have been nicer if these elements were fixed. Other than that, the idea of a mouse brother in a 'loving family' is a good one. Its execution was severely poor, however. The first movie was somewhat better than this one, but the third one being a low-quality animation is disappointing.


After the success of the original 1999 film the whole cast reunite for this sequel that may be a rare case of a film that betters the original.Again using the classic book by E.B White as source material this film manages to create story lines that is appealing to both adults and children and moves along at a nice pace.The human actors are all good in their roles with Hugh Laurie trying out the American accent that would prove useful in the TV series 'House' years later and the voice acting of Nathan Lane and Michael J Fox is great.Overall a welcome addition to the series and if your family enjoyed the first one they should certainly enjoy seeing what happened to the Little's next.

Jackson Booth-Millard

From same director Rob Minkoff (The Lion King), this films brings back the cute rodent character based on the book by Charlotte's Web author E.B. White. Basically adopted mouse Stuart (Michael J. Fox) has settled into the Little family very nicely, but mother Eleanor (Geena Davis) is very protective of him, seeing how he's very small, and his father Fredrick (Hugh Laurie) thinks he should be able to do things without worry or fuss. Oh, and Stuart's brother George (Jonathan Lipnicki) has made a new friend, Will (Marc John Jefferies), so he is feeling lonely. That is until he meets and "rescues" canary Margalo (Melanie Griffith) from a Falcon (James Woods), and she soon moves in, but no-one knows she is helping con-artist Falcon. But Margalo does obviously grow to like Stuart and the family for real, and its up to Stuart and Snowbell the cat (Nathan Lane) to save her. This may not have the same charm and wit of the previous film, but there is still some fun to be had. It was nominated the BAFTA Children's Award for Best Feature Film. Okay!

Petri Pelkonen

In the first part of Stuart Little the Little household adopted a cute white mouse.In the sequel Stuart rescues a canary called Margalo from a falcon.The canary moves in with the Littles and one day she disappears.So it's off to the rescue for Stuart and Snowbell the cat.Rob Minkoff's Stuart Little 2 is great entertainment for the smaller and a little bigger kids to enjoy.Just like was the first part.The family members are the same as they were in the first part.Geena Davis portrays Eleanor Little, Hugh Laurie is Frederick Little and Jonathan Lipnicki does the part of George Little.The baby Martha (Ashley Hoelck) is a new comer.Michael J.Fox is heard as the voice of Stuart Little and he's awesome.I've only seen the dubbed version of the first part so I didn't hear him at the first time.He sure does make great Stuart.Nathan Lane does great voice acting as Snowbell.Melanie Griffith is the Margalo the bird and James Woods is The Evil Falcon.They're both terrific.Then there's Steve Zahn as Monty the Alley-Cat.Stuart Little 2 is a funny movie with many thrilling situations.Just watch that little mouse trying to beat the falcon.You don't have to be big to beat the enemy.And you don't have to be a kid to enjoy this movie.You can dig that inner child out of you while you're watching this movie.