Stuart Little – A smart mouse: the film to see and comment together on Sunday 27 September with SimulWatch

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The brilliant family movie Stuart Little has just turned twenty. The appointment on SimulWatch is for Sunday 27 September at 16:30.

The shared vision of Sunday 27 September organized by the editorial staff of his SimulWatch, our app available for free on Google Play e App Store, is a delightful 1999 family film. Directed by Rob Minkoff, Stuart Little – A good mouse mixes live footage with digital animation in the service of a tender story starring a little mouse voiced by Michael J. Fox in the original version and from Luca Laurenti in the Italian version. When it was released in theaters shortly before 2000, the film was a great success with the public that led to the creation of two sequels and an animated series. Perhaps not everyone knows that the script is also signed by M. Night Shyamalan, to which he dedicated himself just as he was also writing the script of The sixth sense.
The appointment for see all together Stuart Little – A smart mouse and comment on it with friends and family, each at home, through the SimulWatch chat is set for Sunday 27 September at 4.30 pm.

In a small but elegant apartment in New York, lives the bizarre Little family, composed of his father Frederick (Hugh Laurie), from the mother Eleanor (Geena Davis) and his son George (Jonathan Lipnicki). Frederick and Eleanor intend to adopt a child to give George the opportunity to have a playmate, obviating the typical loneliness of only children. However, when they arrive at the public orphanage of the city, the two find themselves in serious difficulty about the choice to make. Suddenly, however, among the crowd of very tender children eager to find a family, the attention of the two parents falls on a friendly and unusual white mouse dressed as a man, named Stuart.

SimulWatch is the app created by Coming Soon which is both a movie search engine within all legal streaming platforms operating in Italy, and a platform through which to set shared appointments for watching a movie and comment on it through the internal chat with friends, relatives or even strangers from the comfort of your home sofa.
The next appointment with the shared vision SimulWatch will be with: We just have to cry.



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