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Little Women Review and Fandango Cash Giveaway

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Whether you have read the classic Little Women or not, you will enjoy the modern day adaptation portrayed in this retelling of the story. The four sisters - Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March -  grow up from childhood to womanhood. Each "little women" on her own path. As with any family they share experiences through ambitions, relationships, and tragedy. Their amazing sisterly bond is admired and understood even more by those with siblings. SImilar to the classic, Little Women is a feel-good movie. 

Little Women is a most favorite classic of my mother-in-law. I can't wait to see if she likes the movie just as much. I imagine she related to the storyline having two sisters and being raised on a farm by her mother. Stories I have heard of her childhood are parallel in many ways to Little Women. 


Learn more about the film at the official website, and feel free to follow the film’s socials.

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I think I relate to Jo the most


I like Jo can relate more to her


I relate to meg most


I most relate to Meg as the oldest sister myself.


I would choose meg


Meg is the sister I can most relate to.


Meg is the sister I can relate the most to.


I relate to Meg


I always related to Jo the most. I was a tomboy and love to travel wished to be an author when I was a child!


I've always related to Jo. I think her creativity inspires me.




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