Stuart Little: Fun Around Every Curve

DVD Release: May 22, 2007
Stuart Little: Fun Around Every Curve
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Synopsis

Everyone’s favorite Little guy returns in three fun-filled adventures. Whether he’s exploring the great outdoors, skateboarding with his brother George or in pursuit of Taco Tuesday, Stuart Little brings his trademark heart and humor to three stories sure to delight the whole family. These entertaining tales have captured the charm of the E.B. White classics while communicating positive messages about individuality, exploration and fair play.

Dove Review

This is another great animated DVD with Stuart Little in which you get three short movies with a lesson in each. The focus of one of the stories is thinking things through and then you can do anything as well as giving credit where credit is due. Another one is about not having to act like someone else just to fit in. In this story, Stuart and his brother George are asked if they would like to join a skateboard team called the “Downtown Dogs”. The two original team members tell George and Stuart that they need to change their attitude, clothes, how they act, talk and more in order to stay members of the team. In the end, Stuart and his brother decide that it is “cooler” to be themselves then to change to try to fit in.

We would recommend this film to anyone who likes Stuart Little!

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Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Director: Chuck Klien
Producer: Lucy Fisher, Jeff Franklin, Bob Minkoff, Douglas Wick
Genre: Children
Runtime: 67 min.
Reviewer: Amy Jensen