In this shockingly corny animated coming-of-age story based on the novel by E.B. White, there's an obnoxiously politically correct character for every obnoxiously stereotypical one. Louie, a cygnet unable to trumpet, has no speaking voice either—though a voice-over by Dee Baker lets us in on its thoughts. Worse, its father (voice by Jason Alexander) has the personality of George Costanza. Directed by Richard Rich and Terry Noss; with the voices of Mary Steenburgen, Reese Witherspoon, Seth Green, Joe Mantegna, and Carol Burnett. 75 min.