This continuation of the story of Stuart (voice of Michael J. Fox), a talking mouse adopted by the incredibly nice Little family, owes less to author E.B. White than contemporary trends in kiddie movies. Littlest New Yorker Stuart is growing up, driving to school in his own tiny car and dreaming of adventure. But his doting mom (Geena Davis) worries constantly because Stuart is so small and vulnerable, and discourages him from straying far from the family's dinky darling West End Avenue town house. Mr. Little (Hugh Laurie), who understands the inchoate longings of boys — even when they're mice — tries to help, but the opportunities for a tiny mouse to get squished co...