Stuart Little/Stuart Little 2: Deluxe Edition Boxed Set

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Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent Release Date: 02/26/2008Amazon.com
This live-action version of E.B. White’s novel doesn’t have quite the magic of, say, Toy Story. Instead of entertainment the whole family can be enthralled with, Stuart Little is squarely aimed, and successfully so, at the 4- to 10-year-old watcher. Does this make it a bad family film? Not in the slightest. The gee-whiz visual effects (created by original Star Wars wizard John Dykstra) and … More >>

Stuart Little/Stuart Little 2: Deluxe Edition Boxed Set

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  1. I don’t know what is all the fuss about this movie. Obviously they tried to capture all our hearts with this non-sense about a little orphan mouse (yeah right! ) and the really absurd family that adopts him. I think that they should’ve taken it straight to video and never let people spend $8 for a movie ticket to sleep over it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. The mouse is nice, the human actors mostly compassionate and beam all the time, it’s a nice kiddie production – why not just relax and exit a movie theater with a big happy grin?

    As my 7-year old son said -“If a few more scenes were added the film is worth a DVD issue.” –

    That’s right. We are plunged into the movie. No explanations. No motives are outlined. Why that seemingly sane couple who already have a cute little boy decided to adopt a rodent?

    Previous footage of the son playing alone in his room while the parents attend to their professional duties could help but there is no such footage.

    And when you are shown elaborate Western town set, boat and many other hand-made objects that speak of hundreds hours the dad spends with his son sharing the joy of creativity the question is do they need someone else? And need him so bad that on the adoption day the boy boorsts into the parental bedroon frantic with expectation, eager to share his playroom, toys and the father’s attention with a stranger. That does not ring true.

    Yes, it’s a fairy tale, but there is nothing magical about the discrepansies of the film – and it has many. The script lacks integrity and all too often offends the common sense. I was not surprised to see that Shayamalan person of Sixth Sense fame as a co-writer. That explains a lot.

    Being so much fascinated with neurotics Mr.Shayamalan just could not make Stuart a joyful little cutie. The mouse suffers from some kind of guilty conscience and trying too hard to please everyone. Every time he fails to do so the mouse succumbs to depresion. It’s supposed to make him look more complex and alive, more sophisticated than the other mouse of American cinema. Also much less likable.

    There are 52 weekends in a year, and we all like to take our kids to the movies so you’ll certainly see that movie too – it’s a mega-budget production of a major studio, it’s very unlikely to be a 100% flop. But something’s amiss.

    Magic, perhaps.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. I have a couple of reasons why this is bad:

    1. Loads of language such as “Lets rep his head off”.

    2.Nathan lane and Steve Zahn are the only funneies in the movie.

    3.Mild peril for PG.

    4. They talk about Wine and Beer. Note: Its a innuando.

    5. Wheres the part where when he falls in love with the 2 1/2

    inch girl? The screenwriter must have been pretty stupid to leave that out.

    6.There’s a picture of death off camera wich is very harshly taken.

    7. They talk about killers.

    8. This is not for adoption children.

    9. This is half false advirtisment, bechause the charecters from the book reaturn, but its not the book.

    This is probably the worst movie of 1999. So please, save your money, save your blockbuster movie pass, even save your library card, this is a horriable movie. FALSE ADVERTISMENTS!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. a really good kid’s movie.get this for your kids age 1-5.no older than that,because the movie was just a whole fairy tale because none of the people were even surprised that stuart little could talk.good cast. Geena Davis as the mom,Michael J Fox,and i think i recognized Jennifer Tilly’s voice as Stuart’s fake mom.so this is an okay movie
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. It was a ok film. It started out really boring and it dint get better till almos the end of the film. It was funny but not as funny as I thought it was going to be. But it is a ok film it is more for little kids thow.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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