Little Women (2018)

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Proving that Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel truly is timeless, Little Women is getting a modern retelling just in time for its 150th Anniversary. The March sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy – are as different from one another as they are devoted to each other. Living together with their mother (Lea Thompson), the girls face growing up and growing apart through illness and inspiration, love and life. For Jo, that means moving to New York City where she struggles to pursue her passion for writing (#thestruggleisreal) until tragedy brings her back home.


  • Sarah Davenport
  • Lea Thompson
  • Allie Jennings
  • Melanie Stone
  • Elise Jones
  • Lucas Grabeel
  • Taylor Murphy
  • Ian Bohen
  • Bart Johnson
  • Barta Heiner

Did You Know?


  • Lea Thompson and Lucas Grabeel have previously worked together as mother and son in Freeform's (formerly known as ABC Family) family drama television series Switched At Birth (2011-2017).
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  • The length of the chain for Beth's cross necklace changes throughout the film, from choker length to reaching beyond her collarbone.
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Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

If you are a fan of the original, just stay home and watch that instead.

John D
Verified Review

Loved this and cried a little bit... the girl that plays Beth is a beautiful actress and Jo was great. I would see it again in a heartbeat!!

Jade F


Sep 27, 2018

Unfortunately, the updating does the venerable story few favors, and the lack of star wattage makes this Little Women a dull affair.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Sep 27, 2018

This version seems to have been made not to honor Alcott’s little women but instead to please the parents who want blandly wholesome family entertainment for their own. One can only imagine what Jo herself would have to say on the subject.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman