Stuart LittleDirector: Rob Minkoff
E.B. White's classic children's story is brought to the screen in this fantasy, which combines computer-animated characters with a cast of live actors. Mrs. Little (Geena Davis), Mr. Little (Hugh Laurie), and their son George (Jonathan Lipnicki) live in a brownstone near New York's Central Park. The Littles have decided to adopt a younger brother for George, and while they're meeting the children at an orphanage, they are greeted by a mouse named Stuart (voice of Michael J. Fox), who can talk, walk upright, wear clothes, and do nearly anything a human child can do. The Littles are so taken with Stuart that they decide to adopt him, and soon the rest of the family is just as charmed by Stuart -- with the possible exception of Snowbell (voice of Nathan Lane), their house cat. The cast of humans includes Jennifer Tilly, Bruno Kirby, and Dabney Coleman; animal voices are contributed by Chazz Palminteri and Steve Zahn, Jim Doughan, and David Alan Grier.
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- Sony Pictures
Cast & Crew
|Michael Fox||Stuart Little (voice)|
|Geena Davis||Mrs. Little|
|Hugh Laurie||Mr. Little|
|Jonathan Lipnicki||George Little|
|Nathan Lane||Snowbell (voice)|
|Chazz Palminteri||Smokey (voice)|
|Brian Doyle-Murray||Cousin Edgar|
|Estelle Getty||Grandma Estelle|
|Julia Sweeney||Mrs. Keeper|
|Dabney Coleman||Dr. Beechwood|
|Steve Zahn||Monty (voice)|
|Jim Doughan||Lucky (voice)|
|David Alan Grier||Red (voice)|
|Bruno Kirby||Mr. Stout (voice)|
|Jennifer Tilly||Mrs. Stout (voice)|
|Allyce Beasley||Aunt Beatrice|
|Eric Allard||Special Effects Supervisor|
|Benita Allen-Honess||Asst. Director|
|Bill Brzeski||Production Designer|
|Jason Clark||Executive Producer|
|Jeff Franklin||Executive Producer|
|Clay Griffith||Set Decoration/Design|
|Elliot Lurie||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Lawrence H. Mann||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Joseph Porro||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|M. Night Shyamalan||Screenwriter|
|Alan Silvestri||Score Composer|
|Philip Toolin||Art Director|
|Steve Waterman||Executive Producer|
|E.B White||Source Author|
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Cute movie for kids.
Mr. & Mrs. Little (Hugh Laurie & Genna Davis) decide to adopt a brother for thier son George Little (Jonthan Lipnicki). Once thier, they met and fall in love with Stuart Little (voiced by Michael J. Fox). He's a mice or sort of. When Geroge Little comes home, he is disappointed that his new brother is a mouse. At dinnertime, he is still not happy. Dinner is Meatloaf. Soon he comes to love his mouse brother. But during a party celberating winning the boat race, a couple mice come and take himn away because the family cat (voiced by Lane) wants to get rid of him. So he and his father's family begin a search party for the mouse. But will Mr. & Mrs. Little find Stuart Little. Will George Little reunited with his brother? Watch the movie to find out.
For those looking for a great, wholesome movie that will be loved by the entire family, look no further. It has humor, lessons for the kids and a solid meaning. Give it a try!
If you are looking for a movie that will make you smile Stuart Little is a perfect choice. This movie asks us to use our imagination and forget reality for a while. Stuart is addorable and the other animals (especially Snowbell) will make you laugh. The voices are a perfect fit, particularly Michael J. Fox and Nathan Lane. The movie also teaches a valuable lesson about firends, family and relationships. Pull up a chair, pop some popcorn and have fun watching this one. It is a winner!
Mr. & Mrs. Little (Geene Davis, Hugh Laurie)decide to adpot a brother for thier about 9 years old son George Little (Jonathan Lipnicki). But when George comes home, a finds his brother is a mouse named Stuart Little (voiced by Michael J. Fox). Durning dinner, Geroge hardly talks. He is probley think, ''What did I ever do, to get a mouse for a brother?'' Mr. Little's brother (Jeffery Jones) gives Stuart & George a ball that was used by his great-grandfather. Stuart Little is a perfect buy for your kids.