Stuart Little (UK)
The Little family just got bigger
Running Time: 81 mins
Retail Price: £19.99
Content Type: Movie
When Stuart Little, an adorable mouse with a big heart (voiced by Michael J. Fox), is adopted by the Little family as a brother for their son George, he finds he has a lot to adjust to in his new home.
When Mr & Mrs Little fall in love with Stuart right away, George doesn`t quite know what to make of his new brother. And when Snowball the famaily cat finds he`s been displaced by a mouse, plans are soon afoot to get Stuart out of the Little house... permanently.
Amazing state-of-the-art special effects, comedy and adventure make this the biggest adventure a Little can have!
Visual Effects Interactive Featurette
`Making It Big` HBO Featurette
Two feature length commentaries
Six deleted scenes
Boat Race Early concept reel with Director`s commentary
Artist Screen Tests
Book reading with optional reading by Michael J.Fox
Stuart`s Central Park adventure game
`Race with Stuart` Hasbro Interactive
Roadster ROM game
Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1
Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Dolby Digital 5.1 Dutch
Dolby Digital 5.1 Flemish
M. Night Shyamalan
Michael J. Fox
Director of Photography:
Joseph A. Porro
Brian E. Frankish
Columbia / Tristar
Your Opinions and Comments
The movie tells the story of a CG mouse that wants to be loved, a mean cat and a geeky family. As simple as that.
the video transfer is very good. There are no compression signs and the CG animation is incredible.
The DD 5.1 soundtrack is adequate. There`s almost no usage of the surrounds whatsoever. There are, however, 6 dubbed soundtracks (none reach the level of the original English track).
The menus are all animated with sound.
The extras include a lot of material: 2 commentaries, a behind the scenes look, deleted scenes, a great CG featurette, a picture gallery, some outtakes, a read along feature, 3 music videos an interactive game and an arcade game.
Bottom line - if you can handle the extremely childish theme of the movie, you`re bound to appreciate its great looks, plus the disk itself is worth a look if only for the extras.