Stuart Little (1999)



Critic Consensus: Critics say Stuart Little is charming with kids and adults for its humor and visual effects.

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He's clever, enthusiastic, a 'can do' guy with attitude-and he's a mouse. Combining live-action with groundbreaking visual effects technology by the artists and innovators at Sony Pictures Imageworks, it's the story of a mouse who is raised by the Littles, a human family who learns to dream big and live large when they think little- Stuart Little. As Stuart embarks on adventures with a variety of characters, including his nemesis, Snowbell the cat, Stuart learns the true meaning of family, loyalty and friendship.
PG (for brief language)
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Kids & Family , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Geena Davis
as Mrs. Little
Hugh Laurie
as Mr. Little
Michael J. Fox
as Stuart Little
Jonathan Lipnicki
as George Little
Estelle Getty
as Grandma Estelle
Brian Doyle-Murray
as Cousin Edgar
Julia Sweeney
as Mrs. Keeper
Dabney Coleman
as Dr. Beechwood
Nathan Lane
as Snowbell
Steve Zahn
as Monty
Bruno Kirby
as Reginald Stout
Jennifer Tilly
as Camille Stout
Harold Gould
as Grandpa Spencer
Jeffrey Jones
as Uncle Crenshaw
Jim Doughan
as Det. Phil Allen, Lucky
Connie Ray
as Aunt Tina
Stan Freberg
as Race Announcer
Allyce Beasley
as Aunt Beatrice Little
Patrick Thomas O'Brien
as Uncle Stretch Little
Jon Polito
as Detective Sherman
Joe Bays
as Race Starter
Taylor Negron
as Salesman in Mall
Kimmy Robertson
as Race Spectator
Tannis Benedict
as Hot Dog Vendor
Chuck Blechen
as Skipper #2
Larry Goodhue
as Boat Registrar
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Critic Reviews for Stuart Little

All Critics (97) | Top Critics (30)

[Uses] class and ethnic stereotypes in support of the idea that it's best to be adopted by rich white people.

Full Review… | May 13, 2008
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

The film is strangely uninvolving.

Full Review… | February 8, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

Stuart Little is an exciting fantasy adventure for kids with more than enough verbal and visual wit to tickle adult funny bones.

December 31, 1999
Houston Chronicle
Top Critic

Michael J. Fox is amusingly spunky as the voice of Stuart while Nathan Lane, as Snowbell's voice, is appropriately, well, catty.

December 31, 1999
Orlando Sentinel
Top Critic

Ms. Davis infuses her quirky appeal with the warmth she showed in her Oscar-winning turn in The Accidental Tourist.

December 31, 1999
Dallas Morning News
Top Critic

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.

December 31, 1999
Philadelphia Inquirer
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Stuart Little


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.

Directors Cat
Directors Cat

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A childhood favorite of mine, I loved it.

Jim Careter
Jim Careter

Super Reviewer

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.

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

Super Reviewer

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