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Little Men

1 h 37 min19987+
Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott, Little Men is a family drama staring Mariel Hemingway and Chris Sarandon and the story is the retelling of the classic tale of two street urchins - one who becomes the recipient of a kind benefactor and the other who goes on the run on the street.
Rodney Gibbons
Mariel HemingwayChris SarandonMichael Caloz
English [CC]
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Ben CookKathleen FeeRicky Mabe
Franco BattistaPierre David
Allegro Films
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ElsaReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 January 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Lovely old fashioned mouvie
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These are the type of movies I can't have enough of. A lovely story, a movie to watch in a cosy home with a cup of hot chocolate
AmazoniteReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 October 2020
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A Bit Twee
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Watchable. Nothing gripping. A bit twee, reminded me of Oliver Twist.
kipperReviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 July 2020
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Feel-good family film
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Feel-good family film
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AvestaReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 February 2021
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Bad movie
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The concept was weak
QuicksilverReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 June 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
A fab film to watch with the kids at Christmas.
When I first started watching this on our Prime subscription I nearly stopped the film after 5 minutes to choose something else when it became apparent that the plot revolves around a bunch 19th century kids (and I just didn’t feel like watching a film about children). I’m a big fan of Chris Sarandon however. He’s an incredibly versatile actor and in my experience wouldn’t appear in anything rubbishy so I thought I should stick with it -and I’m so glad I did.

All the children in the story come from troubled backgrounds or have lost their families and been taken into the care of middle-aged couple who have opened their home in order to provide a safe family environment with all the love and guidance they so badly need. In the case of one of their wards -the former friend of the street urchin who is the central character of the story -this proves particularly challenging. I don’t want to spoil the plot but sufficient to say that if you have enjoyed films like ‘Christmas Oranges’, ‘A Little Princess‘ or ‘Little Lord Fauntleroy’ you will definitely enjoy this. It’s the kind of film that used to be shown on TV at Christmas time up until 20 or so years ago and which we could do with more of today: big on family values and a bit cheesy in places -but then the film's best suited to Christmas viewing usually are.
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