- 1 hr 24 min
Stuart Little is a movie that primarily evolved from the childhood favorite, written by E.B. White. The movie is produced by Columbia Pictures, and quite wonderfully done. The movie was number one in the box office on its first week, bringing in over $15 million, and then dropped week two, but back up on week three, bringing in $16 million. The movie is about a family in New York City who wants to adopt a child. They go to the orphanage, and fall in love with Stuart, and his charming smile, one problem, he is a mouse, with human-like qualities. This doesn't stop Frederick Little (Hugh Laurie) and Eleanor Little (Geena Davis) they decide to adopt Stuart anyway, and he is now known as Stuart Little(voice by Michael J. Fox), the parents are delighted, and Stuart is happy to have a family. The downfall, the Little's other son George, refuses to accept him as his brother, and then there's the family cat, Snowbell, who can't believe his newest master is a mouse! Stuart drives around in a little red toy sports car. George comes around when Stuart helps him win a remote controlled boat race, after George's remote is smashed and Stuart is small enough to drive the boat to victory, he gains George's respect. Snowbell and his alley cat friends are always out to get Stuart, and finally have him removed under deceit that his really family has come back for him, but it is shortly discovered it's a fake and Stuart has been kidnapped. Snowbell gives in when he realizes how unhappy the family is without Stuart and rescues him against his alley cat friends, and brings him home safely. There is a lot of chaos, but in the end the entire family grows to love and accept Stuart, and it ends as one big happy family.