23 user 9 critic

Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild (2005)

1:18 | Trailer
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.


Audu Paden


E.B. White (based on characters from the book by), Douglas Wick (story by) | 4 more credits »





Cast overview:
Michael J. Fox ... Stuart Little (voice)
Geena Davis ... Mrs. Little (voice)
Hugh Laurie ... Mr. Little (voice)
Wayne Brady ... Reeko (voice)
Kevin Schon ... Snowbell (voice)
Corey Padnos Corey Padnos ... George Little (voice)
Peter MacNicol ... Troopmaster (voice)
Virginia Madsen ... The Beast (voice)
Rino Romano ... Monty (voice)
Tara Strong ... Brooke / Forest Animals / Scouts (voice)
Charlie Adler ... Beaver (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Forest Animals / Scouts (voice)
Sophia Paden Sophia Paden ... Forest Animals / Scouts (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Forest Animals / Scouts (voice)


Stuart Little's back in an all-new, adventure! School's out for the summer and the Little Family is spending their big vacation at a beautiful lakeside cabin near Lake Garland. But meanwhile, there is something lurking in the forest who could spoil all the fun: the Beast; a mean and isolated forest terror who rules the local animals with an iron paw. When Snowbell is taken prisoner, a Little bravery goes a long way as Stuart, along with his new skunk friend, named, Reeko, who heroically rescues Snowbell, frees the other woodland creatures and outwits the wily Beast. Written by Anthony Pereyra <hypersonic91@yahoo.com>

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


Stuart's Biggest Adventure yet ! See more »


G | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

View content advisory »

Did You Know?


Nathan Lane and Steven Zahn were originally supposed to reprise their roles of Snowbell and Monty in the film. Although they recorded all their lines, when Kevin Schon and Rino Romano were selected, all recordings made by Lane and Zahn went unused and new recordings by Schon and Romano were used. See more »


Right after Brooke and George put the gold kerchief on Stuart's shirt and before the troopmaster apologises to Mr Little for mocking Stuart, Stuart's kerchief is red. However, after Mrs Little says "That's our little man", Stuart's kerchief becomes gold again. See more »


Referenced in Scrubs: My Moment of Un-Truth (2004) See more »


Big Man On The Block
Written by Bob Mair and Nick Vincent
Courtesy of Black Toast Music
See more »

User Reviews

What is this?!
1 March 2014 | by RightonNicoleSee all my reviews

After seeing the first two movies and watching the hell out of them as a kid, I heard quite a few years later that there was a 3rd movie and got excited but also a little confused as into why I had never heard of the 3rd installment to the Stuart Little film series. I now know why..it is an embarrassment! I couldn't even watch half of the movie because it was just plain terrible, I probably only watched about 15-20 minutes of it and switched it over to another channel.

Obviously the main question is why the hell this was in crappy CGI and not a mix of live action with good CGI like it was the first and second movie. I don't think anyone knows this answer but to be honest it would probably be due to low budget and this movie's purpose was to try and cash in on money. The animation looked unfinished though I do see what angle they were trying to go for, but for a MOVIE? And a prequel at that, it's just not good enough. This type of animation would be better for a TV show not a movie.

Though I have to say that it's good to hear Hugh Laurie and M.J Fox back as their roles though obviously not all of the original actors could be in this film, I say they dodged a bullet. The voice acting (from what I heard) was actually good and didn't disappoint me, so I have no real issues with them.

From what I saw this movie was a typical family trip that goes wrong in some way and that there are a lot of side stories such as George seemingly taking a liking to a girl at the camp, Snowbell getting scared of a myth and Stuart...doing something (I dunno I never got far enough into the film to find out), and Mr and Mrs Little..disappearing in convience of the plot.

Overall, if you are a Stuart Little fan then just plain skip this! It is a disgrace to the franchise and I will hopefully be forgetting about it by tomorrow when I FINALLY see The Lego Movie in the cinema tomorrow. Just plain skip skip skip!

5 of 7 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you? | Report this
Review this title | See all 23 user reviews »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.






Release Date:

21 February 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Stuart Little 3 See more »

Company Credits

Show more on IMDbPro »

Technical Specs


See full technical specs »

Contribute to This Page

Recently Viewed