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Watched Greta Gerwig's Little Women last night....

Posted on August 17, 2020 at 13:26:41

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It is worth it but only for the performances of Timothee Chalamet and Saoirse Ronan, cinematography and music score. Personally, I thought the direction was a little disjointed and sometimes made the movie hard to follow. After watching the 2019 version, I was curious about other versions so after watching the other trailers I decided to give the Winona Ryder version a go and I gotta say that although I haven't finished it yet... I do think that I prefer this earlier version. Not sure that I will bother with the 1933 or 1949 versions... As much as I like Katherine Hepburn and George Cukor it just didn't look promising. June Allyson as Jo March and Elizabeth Taylor with blonde hair....I don't think so!


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I liked the 1994 version better, posted on August 18, 2020 at 00:53:37
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which had a wonderful cast with Winona. Trini Alverado as Meg is a great beauty. The sisters and the mother do look like a family. The direction is compact and controlled unlike the new version. Have not seen the K Hepburn and E Taylor versions.



Ditto - the bouncing timelines in the latest version were flighty too...N/t, posted on August 18, 2020 at 08:56:44

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Gerwig was walking a very worn path. I think, posted on August 20, 2020 at 18:19:53

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she did a wonderful job in making this "old" story speak to a younger generation. The energy level was wonderful.


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