LITTLE Movie Review #Sponsored #LittleMovie

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LITTLE is available on Digital and releasing to DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow July 9th.  It's the perfect laugh-out-loud film for a girls' night or date night.   While the film is named LITTLE, it's not for little ones, as it has a PG 13 rating for language and suggestive situations.

The big boss gets a small dose of karma in LITTLE, an inventive new twist on the “body swap” comedy. The film arrives on Digital and the all-new digital movie app MOVIES ANYWHERE on June 25, 2019 and on Blu-Ray™, DVD, and On Demand July 9, 2019 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Hailed by critics as “big fun” (Shawn Edwards, FOX-TV), LITTLE shines a bright light on the incredible talent of the three female leads and shows the true meaning of Black Girl Magic. This light-hearted, comedic and heartwarming film on Blu-rayTM, DVD and Digital comes packed with lively exclusive bonus features including a gag reel, behind-the-scenes featurettes, a hilarious “mockumentary” featuring Regina Hall and a special “Assistant Survival Guide” presented by Issa Rae.

LITTLE is an irreverent new comedy about the price of success, the power of sisterhood and having a second chance to grow up — and glow up — right. Regina Hall (Girls Trip, “Black Monday”) and Marsai Martin (Black-ish) both star as Jordan Sanders — Hall as the take-no-prisoners tech mogul adult version of Jordan and Martin as the 13-year-old version of her who wakes up in her adult self’s penthouse just before a do-or-die presentation. Issa Rae (“Insecure,” The Hate You Give) plays Jordan’s long-suffering assistant April. Using heart and humor, LITTLE teaches us to not shy away but to celebrate the greatest and most authentic versions of ourselves.

Filled with laugh-out-loud moments from beginning to end and amusing bonus content, LITTLE makes the perfect movie for a Girls Night In! The film is based on an idea by Marsai Martin, who also serves as an executive producer, alongside Regina Hall, Preston Holmes (Girls Trip, Night School), and Josh MartinLittle is directed by Tina Gordon (What Men Want, Drumline), produced by Will Packer (Girls Trip, Night School), and also stars Justin Hartley (“This Is Us”, A Bad Moms Christmas).

  • Gag Reel
  • More Than a LITTLE Talent – A behind-the-scenes look at the dream cast that brings Black Girl Magic to the silver screen.
  • Regina Goes Method – A look at Regina Hall’s unique approach to playing the character of Jordan Sanders.
  • Marsai Martin Presents… – Journey with Marai Martin as she tours around the set interviewing the filmmakers and crew.
  • Black Momma Whuppin’ Situation – Go behind-the-scenes of the hilarious parking lot fight with Issa Rae and Marsai Martin.
  • Issa Rae’s Assistant Survival Guide – Issa Rae shares tips for surviving a boss from hell.


My husband and I watched LITTLE for our at home date night.  The basic premise of the film is that Jordan Sanders is a not- so-nice business woman who treats everyone badly, especially her assistant April.   While she is at work, a young teen girl visits and wishes that Jordan were little.  And the road to Jordan's come-uppance / learning her lesson begins. 

We both laughed a lot throughout the film!  It reminded me a bit of 17 Again with Zac Efron.  Can you imagine your adult self waking up in your 13 year old body?    Would you want to?  {I don't think you could pay me enough to be 13 again}


Marsai Martin is the perfect choice for 13 year old Jordan Sanders.  She has sass, charm, confidence, and you really believe she is the same person as her adult counterpart.   She really steals the show!

The movie has more than comedy, it also has heart and deals with issues which both adults and teens can relate.  One major issue is bullying; it's not easy being a teen and how we are treated at that age can have long term effects on who we are as adults.    It's a good film to sit and watch with your teens.  It may bring good discussions about how we should treat others, not judging people on appearances, and friendship.


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