Little, Complete Movie Review (Story-line, Production, Cast, Date of Release)


Little an American 2019 fantasy comedy film was co-written and directed by Tina Gordon. In addition Issa Rae, Regina Hall, and Marsai Martin all-stars in the movie, and follows an overbearing boss who is transformed into the child version of herself. Martin worked as an executive producer on the movie.

Little, Complete Movie Review (Story-line, Production, Cast, Date of Release)

Little, Complete 2019 Storyline

As a child, Jordan Sanders was addition as an adult, she has become the bully as she runs her own tech firm and treats everyone around her like rags. however, a child named Stevie wishes for Jordan to be a kid again to take her down a peg. subsequently, the wish comes true, and as a result, Jordan becomes 13 again. She pleaded with her assistant April Williams for help with the company meanwhile Jordan is forced to go back to the same school that made her miserable.

At school, Jordan is bullied again, but she befriends three other outcasts – Isaac, Raina, and Devon. Meanwhile, April has had a hard time keeping everyone’s attention at work without Jordan there to instill fear into their hearts and souls. furthermore is that the company’s biggest client, Connor, wants to hear a great pitch or he will move to a different firm.

After Jordan realizes how terrible she has been, she, however, helps the kids perform at a pep rally, earning them the respect of the other students. in addition, April finds Stevie to try to help turn Jordan to normal, but things don’t work. Jordan, having changed inside, vows to be a good friend to April and to support her pitch idea. certainly, this makes her turn back into an adult and resume back to work. After several rejections,  however, April’s pitch scores a huge client, Jordan becomes a better boss to everyone.

Little, Complete Cast

  • Regina Hall as Jordan Sanders, a ruthless tech mogul
  • Issa Rae as April Williams, Jordan’s overworked assistant
  • Justin Hartley as Gary (Mr.) Marshall
  • Tone Bell as Preston
  • Rachel Dratch as Agent Bea
  • Mikey Day as Connor
  • JD McCrary as Isaac
  • Marc Hawes as Scott
  • Tucker Meek as Devon
  • Thalia Tran as Raina
  • Marley Taylor as Stevie
  • Eva Carlton as Caren Greene / Jasmine
  • Luke James as Trevor
  • Kayla Peltier as Becca
  • Marsai Martin as 13-year-old Jordan Sanders


Marsai Martin, who stars in the show Black-ish created by Kenya Barris, similarly approached him with an idea for the movie on set in 2014 when she was 10 years old, having been inspired by the film Big. Martin acts as an executive producer on addition Issa Rae signed onto the movie on May 2, 2018. 

However Principal photography took place from June through August 2018 around Atlanta.


The film was released in the United States on April 12, 2019, however after originally being slated for a September 20, 2019 release.