Overall, not as bad as I thought. I thought I was going to dislike it but I was wrong. It was ok. I like stories about that time period as I’m interested to see how people lived during that time. If I’m reading the credits correctly the movie is not an adaption of the novel Little Women but more of an adaption of a book about the woman who wrote Little Women which seems autobiographical. I never read ether book obviously but for me the movie does feel like they are cramming a lot of the book into this picture and it’s no surprise to me after I was reminded in the credits that Greta Gerwig directed this film. It has that Mumblecore feel, but I think I enjoyed that tone more in her other movies like Frances Ha and Ladybird.Here, too much was happening. Too much stuff that I did not care about. I was into Saoirse Ronan as Jo March, and it did not hurt she was the main focus of the movie. I was into Florence Pugh as Amy March who had some cool moments, and that’s about it. anything else that happen lost my attention slowly, but still, A little too happy but not as bad as I was expecting.