Stuart Little 2

5.51 h 17 min2002X-RayPG
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).
Rob Minkoff
Geena DavisMichael J. FoxHugh Laurie
Science FictionComedyKids
English [CC]
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Nathan LaneJonathan LipnickiMelanie GriffithJames WoodsSteve ZahnRachael Harris
Doug WickLucy Fisher
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PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
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Sean BaiReviewed in the United States on August 3, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Just as good as I remember it
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This is a good children's movie.

I saw it many years ago when it first came out, so I wanted to walk the road of nostalgia and watch this again.

This teaches you the importance of family, forgiveness, and friendship.

You will see Stuart's friendship and bond of family tested, and through it all, he perseveres.

This movie also gives you a feeling of hope.

Recommended for all ages!
Joe Ekaitis: The Gray Haired GeekReviewed in the United States on December 15, 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars
Actually plays better in full screen than wide screen
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Both "Stuart Little" films are aimed primarily at an audience whose first introduction to the motion picture was via TV. So, it's not unusual for movies like this to come across with more impact and verve when seen in full-screen TV format. After all, most of the action takes place at the center of the screen anyway. The widescreen version can only be recommended for those with humongo-vision screens and full 5:1 Dolby Surround speaker arrays. For the rest of us watching on the 27-incher in the living room, it's best to punch up the full-screen version when Falcon's big, menacing claws dangle your choices in front of you.
Stuart and Margalo will be cuter and more lovable, Snowbell's one-liners become funnier, and Falcon will come across even bigger and scarier. You'll also get a much better look at the incredible detail of the computer-created quartet of main characters.
What most people don't know is that movies are actually filmed in an image ratio closer to TV and masked down to the familiar wide-screen format. That's good for sprawling epics but for a couple of family popcorners like "Stuart Little" and "Stuart Little 2", it makes the smaller characters seem tinier and big characters just plain tiny.
Watch "Stuart Little 2" in full screen and if Falcon doesn't give you an occasional chill, well, you ain't alive.
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GEORGE NITZELReviewed in the United States on January 24, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Watch a movie, make a memory
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What a instant classic. I have a 4 yr old and a 10 yr old that love animals to begin with so I knew this was going to be a nice pleasant quiet viewing. After it was over my 10yr old asked me why I never told her they had made a Stewart Little 2 movie. I felt bad as she was so sincere in asking. I told her I wasn't holding out but it had just slipped my mind. Parents, sit down and watch this with your children. You will laugh out loud and make memories they ( or you ) will never forget.
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K. J.Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
A break from reality....
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This was my second time to view this movie and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is whimsical, fun, and yet carries a good message leaving me with a good feeling. It was a nice way to leave reality on pause for a while! I also enjoyed the cat and mouse wry communication :) Nicely done.
7 people found this helpful
Richard BrookesReviewed in the United States on August 1, 2015
3.0 out of 5 stars
Could Have Been Much Better
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I love Geena Davis. That being said, this movie is pretty much what you would expect. Simplistic plot and phoned-in acting. I love Stuart Little as a character and Michael J. Fox is the perfect voice for the adventuresome mouse. But the storyline is just boring. Geena Davis deserves better than to play a soccer mom. I am sure it is a pleasant movie for children but what it lacks is an interesting story. It could have been much better. Sadly, the fun characters are wasted in this ho-hum effort.
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Maria EReviewed in the United States on May 4, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
She enjoyed watching the first movie
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I got this movie for my grandaughter who's almost 2. She enjoyed watching the first movie. And enjoyed watching this one. Since getting it she has watched it 2 times and gets excited in watching the action.... I believe she likes to watch it over again.
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Rhonda ChaffinReviewed in the United States on July 3, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Kind move for children.
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Kept children’s attention and gave a beautiful and caring message. Enjoyed very much,
DanaReviewed in the United States on October 2, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good for kids
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My son really liked this movie. I watched it with him a few times and I personally thought it was horrible, but he really liked it and watched it repeatedly for months. So, great for kids!
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