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Critics say Stuart Little is charming with kids and adults for its humor and visual effects.
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| Top Critics (29)
| Fresh (64)
| Rotten (32)
| DVD (6)
[Uses] class and ethnic stereotypes in support of the idea that it's best to be adopted by rich white people.
The film is strangely uninvolving.
Stuart Little is an exciting fantasy adventure for kids with more than enough verbal and visual wit to tickle adult funny bones.
Michael J. Fox is amusingly spunky as the voice of Stuart while Nathan Lane, as Snowbell's voice, is appropriately, well, catty.
Ms. Davis infuses her quirky appeal with the warmth she showed in her Oscar-winning turn in The Accidental Tourist.
Stuart Little doesn't have the exuberant inspiration or seamless, polished dazzle of Toy Story 2, but if the latter is sold out at the multiplex this weekend, the mouse is a passable substitute.
A terrific family movie based on a terrific book.
A likeable, highly entertaining film that endears in spite of the odd spot of Disney-esque schmaltz.
I found myself caring for the humble little mouse, and that's the whole point.
This simple story features amazing computer effects to render Stuart and a story that will bore anyone over the age of ten.
Now this is what I call holiday movie fare for the whole family.
Little is big on heart.
This movie for me as a kid, even as an adult now, down right creeps me out. I dont know why. Michael J Fox isn't the best voice actor ever, neither is he that charismatic about voicing the "adorable" titiluar character. The plot is flimsy and as for the laughs, some but very few work. There's barely any action for the kids either. It's not that bad but it's just a bit rubbish.
A childhood favorite of mine, I loved it.
Some parts are interesting, but surely, not fresh. Stuart Little, could be a good film to watch with our kids, without a doubt, but really the movie presents some boring scenes and plot, that go annoy the audience. Rotten.
A childhood favourite and a classic!
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