Little Women (1933) Rated NR

A chronicle of the lives of 5 sisters growing up in nineteenth-century America. Based on the book by Louisa May Alcott. Starring Katharine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, and Paul Lukas.

I know I’ve said this before, I’ve never been a fan of Little Women – the book or any of the movie adaptions. This film is no exception, and I know I am in the minority about the fondness of this classic. It does not lack any quintessential charm of the characters. I know everyone thinks that Katharine Hepburn was made for the role of Jo, but I thought she was too strong for the character. It’s a good watch, and it follows the book as much as it can. It’s worth it if you loved the characters, but I have to say it is not worth  a watch.

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