Stuart Little 3 Call of the Wild – ABC Film Challenge – Sequels – S – Stuart Little 3 Call of the Wild – Movie Review
Director: Audu Paden
Writer: Bob Shaw, Don McEnery (Screenplay)
Writer: Douglas Wick (Story)
Cast Voice Talents
- Michael J Fox (Back to the Future)
- Geena Davis (Thelma and Louise)
- Hugh Laurie (House M.D)
- Wayne Brady
- Kevin Schon
Plot: The Little family spend their vacation near Lake Garland. Meanwhile, in the forest, a beast is threatening the animals to give her food every night.
Runtime: 1 Hour 12 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Stuart Little 3 Call of the Wild starts as the Little family head on vacation in the wilderness. Stuart and George become part of the scouts, where Stuart struggles to fit in. He makes friends with a skunk Reeko a smart wild animal who hustles his way through the day.
When Stuart learns about a Beast in the woods, Reeko uses his connection to prepare Stuart. Meanwhile, Snowball gets used to being in the wild, only to get himself in trouble again. Stuart needs to show his bravery to save Snowball from the Beast in the woods.
Verdict on Stuart Little 3 Call of the Wild
Stuart Little 3 Call of the Wild is an animated adventure continuing the adventures of Stuart Little. This time he goes into the wilderness where new threats lay and the potential of what he could achieve as a human is affected. He only wants to fit in which is his biggest desire of his.
When it comes to comparing to the last movie, this isn’t on the same level. Being a big step down from the previous too despite holding on to the voice talents. There is still a strong message but deep down it doesn’t get enough enjoyment in everything.
Final Thoughts – Stuart Little 3 Call of the Wild is a typical straight-to-video third chapter, keeping the basics safe but lacking the magic.