Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild | Full Movie
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
- 1h 15m
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Stuart Little's back in an all-new, all-animated movie! School's out for the summer and the Little Family is spending their vacation at a beautiful lakeside cabin. Leading the way is Stuart, who can't wait to spend his entire vacation canoeing, hiking and finding his inner scout. But, there is something lurking in the forest who could spoil all the fun: The Beast; a mean and isolated forest terror who rules the local animals with an iron paw. When Snowbell is taken prisoner, a Little bravery goes a long way as Stuart, along with his new friend, Reeko, a skunk, heroically rescues him, frees the other woodland creatures and outwits the wily Beast. It's a big job for a Little mouse, but someone's got to do it! Featuring the voice talents of Michael J. Fox, Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie and Wayne Brady as Stuart's newest pal Reeko, it's the next big thing in Little adventure!
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Common Sense Says
Mouse tale offers great role models, lackluster animation.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild is a 2005 direct-to-video animated movie. There's talk of a mysterious forest beast that, when it finally does appear, may be slightly scary to very young kids. A character sneaks away from his scouting group repeatedly. One character bribes another, trading food for friendship. Kids at the summer camp verbally taunt Stuart, calling him a "loser." There's some bathroom humor involving bird excrement, flatulence, and animals falling into toilets. A skunk says, "Talk to the butt." A cat says, "I lick myself." Some peril: for Stuart as he nearly drowns while being pulled in the water by a fish, and for animals in the wild trying to avoid being captured by the aforementioned beast. Also, the overall quality has dropped considerably compared to the previous two Stuart Little movies; a relatively cheap animation style is used rather than the mix of live action and CGI in the others.
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- Genre:Kids, Family, Comedy, Adventure, Franchise
- Release Date:June 7, 2005
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD