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Little Women

User rating: 3.75 108 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: December 25, 2019

On DVD/Blu-ray: April 7, 2020

PG | Drama | 2h 15m

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User rating: 3.75

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User rating: September 4, 2020

Nope. Too long, jumped back and forth so I never knew where the characters were in time, Saoirse was good as Jo but Emma Watson would have been way better in the role, Laurie miscast.... I watched about 2/3 of it, got sleepy, turned it off, forgot about it, then remembered a week later and watched another 10 minutes then gave up on it. I have seen the earlier versions of Little Women, even the old black and white one and they were all way better.

User rating: February 26, 2020

I was very disappointed. i couldn’t wait for it to end

User rating: February 22, 2020

Aaaarrgghhh. Long.................................& boring.

User rating: February 17, 2020

Excellent movie. Wish they made more like this.

User rating: February 15, 2020

A ZERO star movie. I've watched the original movie (multiply times) and enjoyed it. I was hoping this would be just as good or better! However, it was not. I was completely confused when they switched from the present to the past. Added feminist theme to it, and some of the actors look too old for the age they are supposed to be. IF you still want to watch this, I'd advise you to watch the original movie first.

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User rating: February 9, 2020

I loved this movie. You can take the whole family and not worry. Very entertaining.

User rating: February 7, 2020

Loved the characters. It was well cast and well done. A movie that didn't make me feel uncomfortable with sex or swearing unnecessarily.

User rating: February 7, 2020

Ridiculously done. A snore.we walked out after an hour.

User rating: February 6, 2020

The director/screenwriter relentlessly pushed a feminist agenda that was not at all necessary and totally ruined the ending, diverging greatly from the book. The book in itself was empowering to women to begin with and the director felt it necessary to bash us on the head with political diatribe. I go to the movies to be entertained - not lectured to., It was a visually gorgeous movie but I left the theatre with a bad taste in my mouth.