Stuart LittleDecember 10, 1999
The Little family adopt a charming young mouse named Stuart, but the family cat wants rid of him.
Release Year: 1999
Rating: 5.8/10 (37,311 voted)
Critic's Score: 61/100
Stars: Michael J. Fox, Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie
The adventures of a heroic and debonair stalwart mouse named Stuart Little with human qualities, who faces some comic misadventures while searching for his lost bird friend and living with a human family as their child.
Writers: E.B. White, M. Night Shyamalan
Michael J. Fox
Mrs. Eleanor Little
Mr. Fredrick Little
Snowbell 'Snow', the Little's house-cat
Smokey, the Chief Alley-Cat
Monty the Mouth
Detective Phil Allen
Lucky – Alley Cat
David Alan Grier
Red (Alley Cat)
Mr. Reginald 'Reggie' Stout
Mrs. Camille Stout
Uncle Crenshaw Little
Aunt Tina Little
Aunt Beatrice Little
The Little Family Just Got Bigger
Release Date: 10 December 1999
Filming Locations: Culver Studios – 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: $15,018,223
(19 December 1999)
(30 April 2000)
Did You Know?
Almost all the scenes involving the Littles are shot with heavy amounts of blue and red in the shot, most noticeably in their clothing.
At the end of the movie, the entire family goes back inside from the deck. Mr. and Mrs. Little, George and Stuart on Mrs. Little's outstretched hand. However, her hand is empty, Stuart is not there.
He hates us.
We've never been hated before…
Colorful, Charming, Nice Story Most People Should Like
Wow, there are lots of name actors are either in front of the camera or
being used as voices in this unique animated-real life film. They use
real people and animals (except for fake mouths when the animals
"talk") and an animated mouse (Stuart, voiced by animation favorite
Michael J. Fox.) who looks incredibly life-like.
The colors in this movie are terrific, especially with the house that
the Little family lives in. The story has some clever stuff in it but
it strictly played for laughs and reactions since credibility is about
zero in many parts of this story. However, it's supposed to be
outrageous. I don't think Geena Davis has ever played a nicer role than
this. It was good to see. The husband was just as nice, played affably
by Hugh Laurie.
The jokes are good for the kids and adults. I know a couple of parents
who liked this movie even better than their kids, so don't believe it
when someone writes that this is a film strictly for kids. That is not
so. I did object to some profanity in here at the end, which seemed so
out of place, but it's hard to expect Hollywood to get everything
The sequel to this film is even better!