It was so nice to see Regina Hall in this brand new comedy movie titled ‘Little”. If you enjoyed these movies Girls Trip, Ride Along, and the Think Like a Man Series, from Tina Gordon Chism, then you might enjoy this simple yet hilarious and unrealistic story.
It was just a comedy story and nothing to really over think, so don’t try to make real explanations to it, just watch it enjoy and have a good laugh. For some people who got angry with it, they were just trying to be very logical and real with it, guess what not all storylines have to be real, and this is one of them. So go in with an open mind and have a good laugh.
For me I definitely learnt not to be a terrible boss when I become one, and it’s important to listen to other team members ideas, you never know who has the million dollar idea amongst them. So as much as you can, give everyone a fair hearing and opportunity.
Haven enjoyed “Girls Trip” a lot I was kind of excited to see what Little was about. I totally enjoyed the unrealistic acts from each actor, to switch from being an adult to being a teen again; playing each role so well, you wondered how they did it. For some people we ended up either loving or hating our favorite cast, or will I say the roles they played.
In all there was just something funny and nice in the same way about the lead actors. I loved the costumes so much and the makeup; I must commend the production and cinematography. Only a few repeated scenes were used, but they were all so nicely decorated you wouldn’t even mind. The storyline was funny and unrealistic, seeing the trailer, you might not want to watch, but in a funny way I really haven’t stopped laughing since I came out of this beautiful movie.
“Little” starts by showing us a young lady who is a “Diva”, she had become so successful and wealthy. She owned her own creative agency and wasn’t nice at all to her staff. She was rude, arrogant and so domineering. To her no one else said anything that made sense, it was either her way or no way at all. She mistreated her staff and even her PA and everyone wondered why she was that cruel. When she comes in, every one runs away before she starts shouting, and this made her have no friends.
One faithful day she gets into work with her usual bad attitude and character, bossing everyone around, when a little girl who felt she was so nasty, wished she was little again. Well at this point the movie went into the main hilarious and unrealistic part of it, Jordan as she was called in movie, wakes up looking 13 and everything crumbled, she couldn’t go to work, and then had to confide in her PA, she never wanted to promote initially.
She was sent back to her High school she dreaded so much, at this point they couldn’t find the Donut truck and the little girl she had insulted the day before she drove away from her company. You will need to watch the entire movie, to see how Jordan Sanders managed her new size and position, how she had to learn to trust her PA April and also the process of learning the lessons of life and being nice to others in the hard way.
I did learn a few lessons, one which is making sure you treat others nicely and how you would love to be treated, give them the chance to express themselves and never look down on anyone’s idea.
Cast: Regina Hall, Issa Rae, Marsai Martins, Tone Bell, Justin Hartley, Luke James, JD McCrary, Caleb Emery, Mikey Day
Director: Tina Gordon Chism
Written by: Tracy Oliver, Tina Gordon Chism
Ratings: PG 13 (For some Suggestive content)
Studio: Universal Pictures
Release Date: April 12th 2019
So far it’s so easy to tell my verdict from my excitement that I enjoyed this movie and so my verdict is a whooping 8/10. Although it had a very funny and weird storyline, which most people will tag as unrealistic, the truth is that I liked it alot. Even though I noticed a few issues with this movie, eg the speed of some scenes changing and some extending for too long, Jordan Sanders carrying the same hair style all through and the change in Jordans Sanders Little Shirt on her way to school, I still enjoyed it.
So for those for you, who want to have a good laugh, do feel free to watch and enjoy this comedy and don’t try to over think or bring logic to it, afterall it’s only a movie!
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