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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Stuart Little 2 cinematronic
  director

Rob Minkoff

cast

Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie, Jonathan Lipnicki, Michael J. Fox, Nathan Lane, Melanie Griffith, James Woods, Steve Zahn

year

2002

rating rating cinematronic
  The sequel isn't as memorable as the first film about Stuart, the lovable, adopted mouse-child of the human, Manhattan-dwelling Little clan. But "Stuart Little 2" is not a disappointment. It's a quality family film with conscientious, unforced messages about tolerance, loyalty, the rewards of kindness — and the joys of interspecies (platonic) love. While the wonder of watching a tiny, believable, computer-generated talking rodent interact with real people is diminished the second time around, Stuart's realness is never in doubt. All of the principal performers from "Stuart Little" have returned: Geena Davis and Hugh Laurie as generous-hearted Mr. and Mrs. Little; Jonathan Lipnicki as their homo sapien son George; Nathan Lane as the voice of sarcastic housecat Snowbell; and Michael J. Fox as the voice of the endearing Stuart. The mouse, now enjoying a comfy life with the Littles, longs for a friend his size until he meets a wee bird (voice of Melanie Griffith) in league with a thieving falcon (voice of James Woods). No cheese here.  
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