Stuart Little 2

User Score
6.4

Generally favorable reviews- based on 37 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 21 out of 37
  2. Negative: 4 out of 37

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  1. IlzeS.
    Aug 5, 2002
    8
    Very nice movie! I think this movie is great film to the kids. Dynamic but lovely.
  2. ChadS.
    Aug 5, 2002
    5
    Like "Lilo & Stich", "Stuart Little 2" ends with a chase. It's all part of Hollywood's plan to train little kids from having expectations for a real third act. It's a mixed bag anyway, well before the film goes on cruise control. The bird (that Mr. Ebert determines to be a canary)which Melanie Griffith voices will win you over with its eyelashes and pluckish charm, and a Like "Lilo & Stich", "Stuart Little 2" ends with a chase. It's all part of Hollywood's plan to train little kids from having expectations for a real third act. It's a mixed bag anyway, well before the film goes on cruise control. The bird (that Mr. Ebert determines to be a canary)which Melanie Griffith voices will win you over with its eyelashes and pluckish charm, and a sequence where Stuart is lowered in the kitchen sink drain impresses. But the film goes flat when Stuart goes looking for his feathered friend. Lipnicki and his cohort dupe the former's mother (Geena Davis), who is supposed to be playing an adult, yet gets easily manipulated and outsmarted by two little kids. It's a mistake to deviate from any of the three prominent talking animals since they seem more fully realized than the humans. But this is a undergraduate with no children watching "Stuart Little 2". Kids will, no doubt, enjoy this superior children's entertainment. Collapse
  3. KingKong
    Dec 2, 2002
    0
    It sucked! Every scene was unrealistic. A family adopting a mouse? A mouse playing soccer? "Little hey little ho" "Littlie hi little lo" The movie sucked majorly.
  4. EricS.
    Aug 12, 2002
    6
    Pleasantly entertaining and delightful in it's simplicity; better than the original. The suspension of disbelief needed to watch Stuart operate in a world with full-sized grownups and accepted as one of them might be a chore for adults, though. Kids will be delighted by the in-jokes and fanciful imagination offered by Bruce Joel Rubin's script. And of course, Michael J. Fox is great.
  5. Apr 23, 2014
    5
    Stuart Little 2 is more of a formulaic, derivative sequel that is missing the amount of heart and charm the first one had. Nevertheless, it's good to see Stuart back in action.
  6. Sep 3, 2015
    7
    Warm, and very friendly, and although it doesn't reach the heights of many kiddie movies, "Stuart Little 2" is an enjoyably goofy picture with enough likable characters and narrative heft to succeed.
  7. Dec 5, 2015
    7
    "Stuart Little 2" was a good movie , but finding that mouse boyfriend of a bird , because I did not expect but it was a good movie, but for me that relationship rhyme or not rhyme .
  8. Apr 27, 2016
    7
    The mouse is back for some more with Stuart Little 2. Although it wears off its welcome wagon too soon, it'll never wear its excitement and adventurousness off and that's a great thing.
  9. Mar 22, 2016
    9
    Stuart Little 2 is more colored, funny and thrilling than the original, and it offers enjoyable characters and an inventive story-telling for interact children and entertain adults. This is, of course, a great sequel.
Metascore
66

Generally favorable reviews - based on 29 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 21 out of 29
  2. Negative: 3 out of 29
  1. 90
    A wonderful thing to snuggle into, as full of heart and pep and innocence as the title character himself.
  2. Vacillating between sappy and snappy, Stuart Little 2 is featherweight family fare, perfectly timed for viewers with short attention spans.
  3. 63
    Neither man nor mouse nor any other critter has a prayer of holding his/her/its own once the real star of the sequel shows up: Snowbell, the worrywart feline voiced by Nathan Lane.