Little Women
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Bret Easton Ellis’s 1991 novel, “American Psycho,” begins with “Abandon all ye who enter here,” as it appears as graffiti on a wall. Director Mary Herron’s 2000 adaptation opens with what looks like red drops of blood dripping past the frame but reveals itself to be blobs of sauce being drizzled on a plate at …

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Director Greta Gerwig’s version of this classic faithfully gives fans more of what they adore from the beloved March sisters. (PG)
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A resounding victory, it wasn’t. Still, Birds of Prey did flap to first place on the weekend’s box-office charts, as expected, ending Bad Boys For Life’s three-week stay at the top. Birds pecked up less than $33.3 million in North America, though, according to early estimates. That flies well short of the $45 million most […]

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Welcome, welcome everybody. Don’t trip on the red carpet on the way to your seat. You all look very fine indeed, what with those tuxedos/evening gowns/sweatpants you’ve donned for this very, very special occasion. We’re talking about the Plugged In Movie Awards, of course. It’s a ceremony far more lavish than the Oscars … or […]

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National Review Staff
In our polarized times, with even the genders divided against each other, a joint Best Picture for Little Women and 1917 is the balm our nation needs.
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National Review Staff
Greta Gerwig’s film adaptation of the classic novel is the closest Hollywood has come in a long time to portraying authentic feminism.
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Christian Toto
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It’s worth remembering that modern art is made to address modern issues.

Rarely is art made specifically just to reflect on a specific time in history for the sake of

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Armond White
Good movies vs. Netflix cynicism
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Kyle Smith
Men aren't interested in Little Women.
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The Federalist Staff
'Little Women' is so important and transcends each generation because it captures the differences between women — in personalities, desires, and fortunes. Greta Gerwig's rendition didn't quite cut it.
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Sonny Bunch

Like LADY BIRD, this was very nice and pretty competent!

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The American Conservative Staff

Greta Gerwig's film strips away much of Louisa May Alcott's earnest messages about faith, family and marriage.

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Director Greta Gerwig’s version of this classic faithfully gives fans more of what they adore from the beloved March sisters. (PG)
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Armond White
A feminist diatribe that Michelle Obama could love
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Crosswalk
The latest retelling of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, Little Women is here. The story chronicles the lives of four sisters growing up and finding their places in the world. The 2019 rendition stars Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird) as Jo, Emma Watson (Beauty and the Beast) as Meg, Florence Pugh (Little Macbeth) as Amy, Eliza Scanlen as Beth, Laura Dern (Jurassic Park) as Marmee March, and Meryl Streep (The Iron Lady) as Aunt March.
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Michael Medved

Star Rating: 4 Stars
Cast: Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Timothée Chalamet
Release Date: Wednesday, December 25, 2019
MPAA Rating: PG
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PIMA 2019

Nearly 900 movies were released in North America in 2018. (About as many as Netflix put out singlehandedly.) Seems like we here at Plugged In watched most of them. Oh, we couldn’t get to all of them, of course. But for the most part if you’ve heard of a movie, we saw it, reviewed it […]

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