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The original cast has reassembled for this third installment of Stuart Little, but only their voice talents are used because the direct-to-home video/DVD is completely animated. This time the adventurous tiny mouse tries to assert his independence during a summer vacation in the wilds.
Why Is Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild Rated G?
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild is rated G
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Stuart’s little size puts him in peril with a fish, a wind-up toy bear, and a mysterious forest creature. The enterprising little mouse uses a bow and arrow, lasso and a package of pepper to ward off attacks. Characters mock and verbally bully others. The Beast expects the forest creatures to pay tribute or be killed. Snowbell mistakenly believes a character is making a sexual advance, and a kiss between preteens is shown.
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The DVD release of Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild provides enough amusement to keep most kids busy for at least the first day of their summer vacation. The bonus features include the read-a-long Stuart’s Summer Journal, two interactive games called Help Stuart Escape and Monty’s Monstrous Appetite, as well as a learn-to-draw segment. But if you really want to drive your parents crazy, take a peek at the music video Reeko’s Funk. Audio tracks are in English (Dolby Digital) and French (Dolby Surround), with subtitles in English and French.