LITTLE WOMEN releases in the theaters across America this Friday, September 28th, 2018. It is a modern retelling of the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott.
I’m not the target audience for the movie but my wife and I decided to watch it with the kids. Their comments and reviews will be the focus of this article.
Disclaimer: I received a Starbucks gift card (valued at $10), an e-gift card for movie tickets (valued at $25), a digital screener, and promotional material in exchange for my honest review. Continue reading “Little Women Movie Review”
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I plan to release another series of interviews with Christian Creatives—people who are creating content, things, services, or opportunities for others. These will primarily be with independent creators but I hope to (if possible) interview some more popular creative people. The interviews will last 10-15 each. Look for the first interview in October.
Also, be sure to check out the ticket giveaway I’m hosting for the upcoming release of LITTLE WOMEN.
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The 150th anniversary of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is on September 30th, 2018. Originally released in 1868, this classic novel has captivated readers for over a century.
To celebrate, Pinnacle Peak is releasing LITTLE WOMEN starring Lea Thompson as a modern movie adaptation of the beloved book on Friday, September 28th, 2018.
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Since I regularly review Christian films on my blog this 2-part podcast series is of interest to me.
I’ve listened to the first episode and I can tell you it’s top-notch.
Chris Staron has done a great job with the entire podcast and this one, in particular, is worth a listen.
One statement in the podcast by Rich Christiano got a reaction from me:
I’d like to see Stephen Spielberg take $400,000 and make a movie. Let’s see how good he does.
Frankly, I think he’d do a great job. He’s an accomplished filmmaker and while a film’s budget is a major factor in how good a film looks I think a director’s talent and the actors’ talent play a much larger part.
All that being said, check out Truce, I think you’re really going to enjoy it.