Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild is a 2005 American/Canadian direct-to-video animated film directed by Audu Paden, created by Mainframe Entertainment and distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
The film was released in the other countries in 2005, until it was eventually released in North America on 2006.
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.
- While the GMW GMW movies were a combination of live-action and computer-animated, this one is entirely the latter and should have been live action instead.
- The story ignores the events of the previous films.
- It doesn't do what made the first two films special.
- The supporting characters are forgettable.
- The events from the first two films aren’t mentioned.
- The animation has a cel-shaded look, which makes it look poor.
- The main villain is pretty bland and forgettable, even when comparing to the falcon from the 2nd movie.
- The humor is pretty poor.
- Some scenes take too long.
- Lacks the charm of the first and second movie.
- Some of the characters don't appear nor are they mentioned, like Margalo and George's friend Will.
- It ultimately killed the Stuart Little franchise.
- Most of the original cast members return (eg. Michael J. Fox returns as the title character).
- Fast-paced action scenes.
- Some funny moments here and there, compared to Stuart Little 1 and 2.
- Some enjoyable characters like Reeko (who can be found redeemable) and some of the other animals.
- Though it may have some bad parts of animation, the rest is really good, as it looks very faithful to the original films, especially trying to make look realistic as possible.
- The voice acting is pretty decent.
- It would have been a lot better if it was live action instead.
- Some of the replacement actors did do their best to sound like the original cast.
- Good soundtrack.