There's only a little amount of films this year that emotionally impacted me as much as 'Little Women.' With one look at it's cast and the faintest idea of it's plot, you can reasonably expect to leave this experience with swollen eyes. Greta Gerwig took a risk adapting this classic story and it's paid off. Her work is really impressive, emotional, and rich with detail. This is my favorite ensemble cast of 2019, which is saying a lot considering 'The Irishman' released this year. Surprisingly, Eliza Scanlen as Beth was my favorite of this film. I found myself fighting back tears every time she was on screen. I'd love to see it again incase I was too busy crying to notice any mistakes. For now though, it's one of the few perfect films I've experienced this year. Gerwig knows how to touch the heart and this film made me feel that. I cried, I laughed, and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.