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Little Women

Little Women (1994)

Rated PG 115 min - Drama Romance
With their father away as a chaplain in the Civil War, Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy grow up with their mother in somewhat reduced circumstances. They are a close family who inevitably have their squabbles and tragedies. But the bond holds even when, later, male friends start to become a part of the household.

Directors: Vincent McEveety

Cast: Sandy Duncan, Dean Jones, Lee Montgomery, Joe Flynn, and Tony Roberts

Release Date: December 21, 1994

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  • lemonade11
    lemonade11Monday, April 13, 2020 at 8:43 am55 popcorn
    This movie shows such a special bond between sisters. Though they go through falling outs, they are always able to forgive which is extremely unique to some movies. The new Little Women movie came out just a bit ago and it is so interesting to compare the two. It is an amazing movie and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good classic :)
    • olliebob
      olliebobThursday, December 26, 2019 at 2:51 pm55 popcornFeatured
      I LOVE Little Women, both the movie and the book. It is pure, glorious, sisterhood captured in a beautiful story. Having two sisters myself whom I am very close to, this movie has always been really close to my heart, and reading the book a few years ago made it even better. It is all about the struggles, triumphs, and experiences of four sisters growing up in the Civil War, but mostly it is an ode to sisterhood, a tribute to the beautiful relationship that can only be shared between sisters. Meg is the oldest, hardworking, compassionate, and proper, but she has her challenges. Growing up in a family far from wealthy, she finds herself wishing for things that she may never have. Jo, the main character, is a writer. She's creative, fun, and anything but proper, but she too has trials of her own. She's stubborn, prideful, and finds herself being incredibly possessive over her sisters. Beth is sweet, quiet, shy, the embodiment of service, and an excellent piano player. She is, however, quite ill for many years leading up to the end of her life in her twenties. This great loss is tolling and dark for all of her sisters. Amy, the youngest, is an amazing artist, blessed with natural talent and skill, but she is often very over-dramatic and entitled, focused on trivial matters and worldly things. The March sisters make a friend who becomes like a brother to them, Theodore Lawrence, or Laurie, who is a major part of crucial moments in their lives. The sisters show how important it is to build a relationship of trust and adoration with one another, and to never let others get in the way of their friendship.
      • WilliamTuesday, May 15, 2018 at 11:21 am
        AMAZING MOVIE OKAY QUALITY