Movie Review – Little Women

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Movie Review - Little WomenThough I never read the book, I can see why it is so loved. This movie perfectly describes the journeys — and the sacrifices —  that women must undergo, especially in light of the times.

I was able to connect with the desires of the women, and their battle between what they desire and what is practical.

The movie did an amazing job of showing the emotions of the characters and the interpersonal relationships between them. Though no scene was overly dramatic, the message still resonated with me.

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I would watch this movie in theaters again.

Grade: A

About The Peetimes: The story follows the lives of all the main female characters. The present storyline gives context to the viewers through flashbacks, so it was difficult to find Peetimes that wouldn’t take away from the context.

There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Little Women. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (PG) for thematic elements and brief smoking
Genres: Drama, Romance

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  • Debra McKnight

    I am grateful I know this story. I have loved it for 50 years and seen many movie versions. I did not like the confusing flashback method of telling the story. The story jumped around in short scenes and the opportunity to develop a relationship with each character was impossible. The actors did the best they could to show their characters personalities. That’s 2 hours I can’t get back.

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