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Cert U
135 mins
BBFC advice: Contains very mild threat

I tell you what didn't I need on Boxing Day - yet another in the long long line of 2019 remakes or sequels.
Would Little Women have beguiled me had it been the first time I had seen an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's famous novel?
Maybe. Certainly, its acting is of very high quality as it looks fabulous with glorious backdrops and a vast array of clothes styled from the 19th century.
But the problem with this and so many movies this year was that we knew what was coming.
This is despite a revamp by director Greta Gerwig who adds a few nuances, intermingling Alcott's own story with that of her famous March girls.
Gerwig's Little Women draws on both the novel and other writings of Alcott with the movie's central character, Jo, (Saoirse Ronan) the conduit to this wider reflection.
But let's not overplay the sidelines, Jo, Meg (Emma Watson), Amy (Florence Pugh) and Beth (Eliza Scanlen) have the same personality traits as those we have known previously.
Marmee (Laura Dern) is just as caring as before, Aunt March (Meryl Streep) is just as ghastly and Laurie (Timothée Chalamet) is just as flighty.
Gerwig's film earns its U certificate because it is so utterly proper - reminding its audience of the Elizabeth Taylor movie with its clipped language.
In fact, despite Gerwig's attempts to veer it down a new course, its sense of deja vu is so resounding that the audience can see all of its key moments coming.
Nevertheless, Mrs W who is much more its target audience than me gave it an 8/10 approval after our screening at Nottingham Cineworld.
However, even she didn't need a tissue to dab away tears.

Reasons to watch: Acclaimed remake of a classic
Reasons to avoid: The constant jerking of time 

Laughs: A couple of chuckles
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: Mrs W says 8/10

Did you know? Before writing Little Women, Louisa May Alcott wrote Gothic pulp fiction under the nom de plume of A. M. Barnard.

The final word. Greta Gerwig: “What’s fascinating to me is there’s Louisa May Alcott and her real life and then there’s Jo March, who’s sort of her avatar. Then there are all these things that are different between Louisa May Alcott and Jo March." Hollywood Reporter

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