Stuart Little 2 deserves some credit for being cute and fun to look at, if you can stand an overdose of cuteness. The problem is the movie loses what little believability it had from the first film as it puts Stuart through one situation after another too dangerous for a 2 inch tall mouse. The first film made me believe that this unusual family situation could work out somehow, but the second film had me saying, "Oh come on!" as Stuart is in danger of being crushed at every turn. This movie raised all sorts of questions in my mind, like how long does it take a mouse to grow up, and what will Stuart do when he grows up, and what will he do for a girlfriend?
I know. I think too hard. The first movie allowed me to turn off my brain and just enjoy the ride. Here, the story is just not strong enough.
The animation of Stuart did impress me. I could see every hair on his tiny fury face.