I don’t care about the coffee cup this film made me feel a type of way. It is probably because Little Women was the first ever book I read (and I was weirdly like 5 or 6 at the time) and Jo March is my just my whole identity.
This film still highlights an incredibly important issue of custody battles of children when it comes to their parents. Who would you side with? A woman purely because her gender is presumed more maternal? That is still how the law sides in most cases, even when it is not the right choice for the child, especially in England where I am from (although this is an American film) and how our judgements are not always correct. Is evidence corrupted as…
Routine becomes lethal when it becomes ritual. If you want to sweat as though you are on a come down yourself, I highly recommend it. If you are faint hearted, please don’t watch this, it’s scarier and more real than any horror movie you have ever watched in your entire life. Removed one star for how much sweat this film made me release from my pores.