Stuart Little 2 2002 PG CC

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The brave and pint-sized hero Stuart Little (Michael J. Fox) returns in Stuart Little 2, delightingaudiences with his big heart and even more action-packed adventure. This time, Stuart must journey through the city with reluctant Snowbell (Nathan Lane) to rescue a new friend, Margalo (Melanie Griffith), from a villainous Falcon (James Woods).

Starring:
Michael J. Fox, Geena Davis
Runtime:
1 hour 18 minutes

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Stuart Little 2

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Rob Minkoff
Starring Michael J. Fox, Geena Davis
Supporting actors Hugh Laurie, Jonathan Lipnicki, Anna Hoelck, Ashley Hoelck, Nathan Lane, Melanie Griffith, James Woods, Steve Zahn, Marc John Jefferies, Angelo Massagli, Jim Doughan, Brad Garrett, Conan McCarty, Maria Bamford, Daniel Hansen, Kevin Olson, Dyllan Christopher, Bobby Walsh
Studio Columbia Pictures
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Great family movies.
P. Eldridge
Stuart Little 2 is a great movie my whole family loves this movie. this is a great movie for adults and kids.
David
It's every bit as good, and maybe even better than the first Stuart Little film.
Alyssa A. Lappen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Alyssa A. Lappen TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 2, 2003
Format: DVD
In this day and age, it is very hard to find family films that are all joy and no terror. This is one of the rare additions to that genre. It's every bit as good, and maybe even better than the first Stuart Little film.

Everything about the film is a delight, including the embellishments to the original E.B. White novel, Stuart Little. In the book, Stuart's mother drops her engagement ring down the drain, and her mouse-sized, mouse of a son drops down after it. In this film, the ring is lost in quite another way. Stuart dresses up in foul weather gear for a jaunt in last week's meat loaf and comes up short.

The film emphasizes the importance of families, no matter how they are made, the enduring value of friendships, through thick and thin, and the power of positive thinking.

Sappy? You bet. And we all loved every minute of it.

--Alyssa A. Lappen
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ken Miller on July 7, 2002
Stuart has became a full member of the Little family. Stuart goes with George (Jonathan Lipnicki) to the school with his human brother and plays soccer. Only, once outside of the family, Stuart still finds no friends. Lady bird Margalo bursts into his life, and they quickly become friends. Still, apparently Margalo is not as happy with the new friendship as is Stuart. This is how the movie starts.
"Stuart Little 2" succeeds where many sequelae fail: it presents a perfectly independent story. The problems from the first movie are forgotten.
Now Stuart has new problems. In search of true friendship, he entangles himself into a turbulent adventure. The human characters Geena Davis and children, including Jonathan Lipnicki, move simultaneously into the background. Sparkling animation and exciting action again delight, as tom-cat Snowball with his witty brisk sayings angles for best supporting character.
A fun movie for the whole family.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 30, 2002
Format: DVD
I have seen many a movie sequel, and a few of them (mostly family movies from Disney and several others) really ... So I wasn't too sure about SL2. I loved the first one but was hesitant. I asked for it for Christmas and got it, and I just watched it, it was awesome! It was terrific. It had the same qualities of the first movie and was just plain good! I recommend this to anyone whol loved the first movie or enjoyed the original book because there is a part from the book that wasn't in the first film but is in this one. The character of Margalo is played very well by Melanie Griffith. Stuart as usual is voiced by the fantastic Michael J. Fox and has a very good part this time around. I loved the character of Snowball, played by Nathan Lane who is awesome in all his roles (even the really disturbing cameo appearance he has in Austin Powers in Goldmember) has some of the wittiest one liners in the entire movie. He is funnier in this one than in the first movie! Anyway, check this great movie sequel, and please click on the helpful button.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lindsay on July 16, 2002
Yes, Stuart Little is back again, offering some more great adventures of him trying to find the silver lining of things. With a new baby sister and George hanging around with a new friend Stuart finds himself lonely and looking for a new friend. On his way home from school a new friend literally falls into his red convertible and causes Stuart happiness and heartache all at the same time.
Kids will enjoy the new adventures of the little white mouse who nobody seems to notice that he isn't human. A fun filled event for the whole family. It's always interesting seeing animals talk in a movie.
Although this movie is "mouse-tastic" it is a little far fetched - but who would have thought otherwise. Everyone knows a mouse, cat, and birds can't talk or get involved in human activities, but that's the fun in the movie. Suspension of disbelief!! Stuart Little 2 is a definate must see, so go to the movies and enjoy!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Charlotte Vale-Allen VINE VOICE on December 21, 2002
Format: DVD
I loved the first Stuart Little movie (Aren't we all just ever-aging children?) and the sequel was every bit as good, perhaps better--except for the mildly irritating effort of Melanie Griffith who delivers her lines as if English wasn't necessarily her first language. That said, the production is entirely redeemed by the rest of the cast--particularly the outstanding Nathan Lane as Snowbell, delivering some of the funniest one-liners this side of the Catskills. What is especially wonderful about this film is the production design: the use of Crayola-like primary colors in the great sets and costumes, and the crisp cinematography. The special effects blend seemlessly into the film so that the viewer isn't constantly saying, "Oh, wow! Cool effect." Because everything is so beautifully integrated, it's pure pleasure simply to watch and smile and savor a movie that never falls into saccharine mode but has great sweetness none the less. Geena Davis is, as before, just lovely as Mrs. Little--dimples flashing in genuine-seeming pleasure (perhaps merely at being in such good company, in such a delightful film.)
Most highly recommended for kids of all ages (even the wrinkled ones.)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Lee Wesselmann TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 2, 2004
Format: DVD
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.
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