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    Unique ID Code: 0000010626
    Added by: DVD Reviewer
    Added on: 9/11/2000 09:24
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    Stuart Little (UK)

    8 / 10
    4 votes cast
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    The Little family just got bigger
    Certificate: U
    Running Time: 81 mins
    Retail Price: £19.99
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    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!

    Special Features:
    Interactive Menus
    Scene Access
    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
    Music Videos

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 English
    Dolby Digital 5.1 Dutch
    Dolby Digital 5.1 Flemish

    Subtitle Tracks:

    Directed By:
    Rob Minkoff

    Written By:

    Michael J. Fox
    Jonathan Lipnicki
    Hugh Laurie
    Geena Davis

    Casting By:
    Debra Zane

    Soundtrack By:
    Alan Silvestri

    Director of Photography:
    Guillermo Navarro

    Julie Rogers
    Tom Finan

    Costume Designer:
    Joseph A. Porro

    Production Designer:
    Bill Brzeski

    Douglas Wick
    Brian E. Frankish
    Jason Clark

    Executive Producer:
    Steve Waterman
    Jeff Franklin

    Columbia / Tristar

    Your Opinions and Comments

    9 / 10
    this is a great family movie that even the adults can enjoy.its not overlong so the kids wont be bored.some of the scenes are like tom and jerry.picture and sound are first rate and the extra features are really special too.columbia do it again.excellent.
    posted by flair on 28/11/2000 19:27
    7 / 10
    An incredibly childish and sweet-do-death movie, but boy - what a great disk.
    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.
    posted by Zvi Josef on 5/6/2001 17:45
    8 / 10
    What a great family film. Not usually my sort of thing, but you can`t but help like it. It will suit both kids and adults alike. The picture quality is excellent, and the animation is absolute top notch, setting the standard up to a new level. Sound is also good with dialogue very crisp and clear, and well accounted for in the action scenes. The extras are the best i`ve seen to date, there are loads of them! including games for the kids. Overall this is a great family movie, very funny at times mostly involving the devious cats, and has a great feel good factor, fun for everyone with plenty of extras to go back to
    Brilliant stuff.
    posted by Andy Hall on 8/7/2002 16:56