I agree with the majority of the negative reviews here. Some of the cast were good, others poorly casted. Editing was a mess and served no purpose to the story except for two specific scenes where the juxtaposition was actually effective. Otherwise it just hindered the character development, audience attachment to the characters and the ability to understand the timeline and plot. Really disappointed as I thought I would love it. I also found it to be an inaccurate depiction of society at the time. I've read Little Women and the language they used in the book was much more old fashioned. This is set in the same time period as Gone with The Wind to put it in to perspective for you. It kind of broke the immersion when the characters acted or spoke in a way that didn't match the setting and time period. I can think of other critiques but the other reviews have all said it. It was watchable, just disappointing.
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Little Women (2019)
Little Women is a movie starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, and Florence Pugh. Jo March reflects back and forth on her life, telling the beloved story of the March sisters - four young women each determined to live life on their...
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In the years after the Civil War, Jo March lives in New York and makes her living as a writer, while her sister Amy studies painting in Paris. Amy has a chance encounter with Theodore, a childhood crush who proposed to Jo but was ultimately rejected. Their oldest sibling, Meg, is married to a schoolteacher, while shy sister Beth develops a devastating illness that brings the family back together.
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Very disappointedReviewed bylucymcevoyVote: 1/10
Can't remember enjoying a film so much, utterly incredible and beautiful piece of film work.
So I literally just got home from this movie and I am speechless. I can't stop thinking about it and am literally stumbling across the keyboard writing this review (Apologies if any typos follow).
I have never read the book this is based on, nor have I seen any of the countless adaptations that preceded this one. Having seen this, I don't feel the need to ever see another version.
To break this down by technicals (acting, direction, music, visuals, yada yada yada), all of which were simply superb, would be a disservice to the journey I just experienced. This film captures the way we are with the people we love in such a way that I'm not sure I've ever truly experienced. It feels honest while also poetic. It puts a smile on your face that doesn't leave until it breaks your heart, and then guides you through both until the very last frame.
It feels so of it's time, while simultaneously here and now. It's packed to the gills and full of urgency, and yet it never feels overstuffed or rushed. It's a small story of people, but one that feels grand and epic with its depth and emotion.
Few films have touched me the way this one has. The emotion it distills from you with every frame is simply unbelievable, and this work of art cements Greta Gerwig as one of the greatest storytellers in film. I highly recommend to everyone that they should see this film. I knew almost nothing about it as I entered, and now it is all I can think about.