He's clever, enthusiastic, a 'can do' guy with attitude - and he's a mouse.
Starring Michael J. Fox, Gene Wilder, Hugh Laurie... View more >
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|by Christy Bahr ||Jan 25, 2000|
Excellent movie. I went with my five year old daughter and my room mate, and she thanked me for taking her along. Great for kids and family! Has adventure, animals and is fun to watch. Some of the comedy is above children, but the parents will enjoy.
|by Larian ||Jan 25, 2000|
While I never read the stories as a child, (I was more the "Where the Wild things Are" crowd) My wife did, and we both very much enjoyed this movie. she , because she remembered the stories from her childhood, and me because i was blown away by the CGI. Stewart was the best CGI character to date! Bar-none! The character was so "real" for lack of a better word. (and yes, the term real when applied to a talking mouse is rather strange.) BUT THE WORD FITS! I had no problem suspending my dis-belief where Stewart was conserned. he was incredible, and the characters movments, and personality were never lost to the medium. The art has come a looooong way from "TRON".
The story was also quite entertaining, and very...... "Family Frendly" I beleve is the pc term (BTW.... PC is BS! but i digress.) all in all, it was very good on all fronts, and the voice characterizations were great!
Well worth the price of admission. if you have kids GO, and if you can still look at things like a kid go yourself, it was fun.
|by Amy ||Jan 25, 2000|
This is a wonderful movie. This is a real family movie. You really see how much family can mean to some people. No matter what you look like, if you are with people who love you for who you are, you are where you belong.I have 6 siblings, 4 who are adopted and one foster sister. All of them come from different backgrounds and races. I can definitely relate to this movie. The acting is wonderful, and Stuart is so real. His voice is definitely noticeable after a little while. Along with a couple other popular voices. This movie teaches you that no matter what differences there are, your truefamily will always love you.
|by Katie ||Apr 17, 2000|
This movie was boring for me, and not very exciting, most likely because I don't like movies where animals talk. If you have ever read the book it compares nothing to it.....
The film started out strong as the a married couple decided to adapt a little mouse name Stuart Little. The relationship with his adapted little brother is shaky, but evanually they became fast friends. but after the yacht race scene, the film fell apart over adaptions battles and a tom-and-jerry subplot in which Stuart was chased though the city by cats.