Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by iCarly Rae Jepsen, Jun 19, 2019.
Little Women more like big box office success
So this is a masterpiece huh
The mirrored scenes with Jo waking up worried about Beth gave me full-body chills/tears
The more I think about this the more I love it tbh
This was really good. Loved the cast so much.
this was exactly the two hour hug i was looking for
not that i don’t have my own personal tragedy to draw from, but if i really need a good cry in the future i can probably just think of pretty much any of the chris cooper scenes
I think this is the first movie from this year I saw twice in theaters. My first viewing I was seated a little closer to the screen than I usually like to be and this time I was further away and got to appreciate the icon Yorick le Saux even more. What a brilliant looking movie.
I cry at everything
The scene when Beth first plays piano at the Lawrence's and Cooper sits down on the stairs to listen has gotten me real good both times.
And when he can’t go in the house got me too
Yeah I remember feeling a little bit of the feels during this scene
I actually kind of want to see this again as well, and I don't recall really thinking that about any other film I've seen this year either
I think @Jason Tate should make it to a viewing of this film
Hannah and my sister saw it on Saturday and loved it. I’ll be seeing it for sure.
The third act of this was the saddest I've been in a movie in a long time. I know I've seen the 90's one, but I barely remembered any of the major events. Anyway, I went from having a delightful time to suddenly holding back tears the rest of the way. I had some issues with it, but definitely safe to say I loved this.
Stop. I'm reliving it.
And that conversation Jo has with her mother, displaying that regret she feels in having so quickly turned down Laurie, and then being excited again for him to come home, only for Laurie to mention his marriage to Amy without knowing Jo's current feelings - ugh, crushing.
This movie was a warm hug w/ a pleasant dash of sadness sprinkled in.
Theres like a zero percent chance Timothee Chalamet isnt already great at that right?
Oh my god she’s coming for me with this one.
Loved the movie. I need to revisit the book as an adult because I cared so much more about the characters now than when it was read to me over 20 years ago. What I do remember was captured beautifully, the warmth of everything and the way the girls interacted was perfect, Timothee looked just like how I imagined Laurie when I was little, and Florence pouts better than anyone. Perfect change of pace for a nasty day and a really rough start to the year.
this was incredible. i have no exposure to the source material, so the fake-out with Beth's passing was instant tears.