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What to know: The message "a little goes a long way" is something important for kids and families.
Recommended age 7-12
77 minutes
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In this cute and quirky film, Stuart, played by Michael J. Fox, returns and meets some new friends and adventures. Stuart is growing up and feels like his brother and once best friend, George (Jonathan Lipnicki,) is moving farther and farther away from him as a friend. It is not just George that seems to be acting different; it's his mother too. He notices that Mrs. Little (Geena Davis) seemed to be treating him like a baby, like when Stuart accidentally crashed a toy plane in the park. When looking for a new friend, Stuart finds someone who just drops in. Her name is Margalo the bird (Melanie Griffith.) She has a secret that she has to hide from Stuart which sends Stuart and his friends and family into a new adventure. My favorite character in Stuart Little 2 is Snow Belle the cat (Nathan Lane.) I like his humor and he literally had me laughing until my side hurt. My other favorite character is Margalo the bird because she changes throughout the movie. In the end she learns the value of friendship with her relationship with Stuart. I love how she stands up to Falcon and shows her confidence by the end of the movie. I think you will agree that this is one of the best scenes in the movie. It certainly was mine because I could relate to how difficult it must be to stand up to someone. Margalo was raised by Falcon so it was probably difficult to stand up to him, but in the end it was the right thing to do. I would recommend this movie to ages 6 and up. It is a great family movie that has a clear message that is positive for kids and adults. The message "a little goes a long way" is something important for kids and families. I give Stuart Little 2 three stars out of five. It shows true friendship and is really touching. You can find this movie on HDNET on kidsScene. Jennifer Huntoon, age 14, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.
Screening throughout December 2012 on HDNet Movies - kidScene. Originally released in 2002.
Stuart sneaks out of his family's house to rescue a canary, and George must learn to lie in order to cover for him.
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