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Rakesh M over 3 years ago
Brilliant Movie! Love to watch it again!!!
Lino Monteiro over 5 years ago
A decent family flick, with a few funny and endearing moments, and likeability.
Carrie Scott over 6 years ago
I liked this movie when I was young, but I always thought it was weird that he was adopted
Diogo Almeida over 7 years ago
Jesse Smith over 7 years ago
What tries to be heartwarming and touching ends up being cheesy and obnoxious.
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
It was great as a kid. Probably doesn't hold up at all as a grown up. Afraid to try it out
kat knight 2 months ago
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Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
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Lauren Armstrong almost 2 years ago
Stuart Little is a 1999 family film. It is loosely based on the novel of the same name by E. B. White. It combines live-action and computer animation. The screenplay was co-written by M. Night Shyamalan and Greg Brooker, with uncredited script doctoring by David O. Russell and Billy Ray. The plot of the film bears little resemblance to that of the book; only some of the characters and one or two minor plot elements are the same. The film's sequel more closely resembles the original novel. Michael J. Fox is the voice of Stuart Little. Geena Davis and Hugh Laurie star as Eleanor and Frederick Little, with Jonathan Lipnicki as Stuart's big brother George Little and Nathan Lane as the voice of the family cat Snowbell. The film was released on December 17, 1999 by Columbia Pictures. It received an Academy Award nomination for Best Visual Effects. The film spawned a sequel in 2002, Stuart Little 2, the short lived TV show called Stuart Little: The Animated Series in 2003, and another sequel...
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