Little (DVD)

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Smart science-loving Jordan Sanders is humiliated and injured by a bully while demonstrating a physics principle in middle school and vows never to be bullied again by becoming successful. And 25 years later she is the boss of an Atlanta tech firm where she becomes a tyrant, bullying her neighbors, employees and especially her mousy assistant April Williams. But when she is mean to a girl performing magic tricks, the girl uses her wand to wish Jordan little. After waking up the next morning her 13-year-old self from 1993, she suffers assorted humiliations involving loss of power, including having her assistant sub for her at the office during a make-or-break pitch to keep the firm's biggest client and pose as her guardian. Jordan ultimately is forced to enroll in the same middle school she attended in 1993 where she is again bullied. Joining the misfits table in the lunchroom she first tries to improve their lot by giving them a taste of wealth. While trying to control April by phone at the office, April finally gets the nerve to pitch her own idea for an app that lets users see the world through the eyes of a child. Jordan hates the idea and goes to the office to bawl out April who quits her job. But through her "eyes of a child" Jordan realizes from listening to her employees that she is disliked and has no friends, making her feel alone. Jordan returns to the school to help the misfits shine in the school talent show and, after a bully causes her to fall down stairs by using a fan to blow paper in her face, the three misfits overcome their inhibitions of inferiority and take the stage to perform a well-received song-and-dance number. Offstage Jordan meets April who didn't quit after all brings the magic girl to undo whatever magic made Jordan little. While there is no immediate change, Jordan awakes the next morning her adult self and returns to the office a changed person. While the firm still loses the big client, April's app is eventually sold and becomes the firm's biggest moneymaker. Jordan alters the company logo to give credit to her developmental staff, but the minuscule size of the "& Associates" indicates Jordan hasn't totally changed.

Product Details

Movies & TV
23 Aug 2019
Region 2
English SDH
Sound Format
5.1 Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio
Universal Pictures
  • More than a little Talent
  • Marsai Martin Presents...
  • Black Momma Whuppin' Situation
  • Regina goes method
  • Issa Rae's Assistant Survival Guide
  • Feature Commentary
109 min
Age Restriction
Supply Source
South Africa


Release Year
Running Time
109 min
Comedies / Fantasy
Jordan (Regina Hall) is a successful but ruthless executive who looks down and torments everyone beneath her, especially her abused yet loyal assistant (Issa Rae). When an encounter with a kid magically transforms her back into her 13-year old self (Marsai Martin), she struggles to reclaim her life and must rely on the very people she bullied. Directed by Tina Gordon.
Cast & Crew
Tina Gordon Chism
Tone Bell / Regina Hall / Justin Hartley / Marsai Martin / Issa Rae
Desi Banks / Jack Breen / Eva Carlton / India Crowe / Ajana Davis / Mikey Day / Ainsley Dobbs / Rachel Dratch / Caleb Emery / Katelyn Farrugia / Jade Fernandez / Kendra L. Franklin / Abbie Gayle / Marc Hawes / Chelsea Hayes / Ruth Hobbs / Luke James / Blair Jasin / Nicole Marie Johnson / Barry Kennedy / Martha Bird Knighton / Gregory Lockett / Mackenzie Marsala / Christopher A. Martin / JD McCrary / Tucker Meek / Kausar Mohammed / Jene Moore / Amor Owens / Kayla Peltier / Vince Pisani / Karon J. Riley / Andrew Romano / Tracee Ellis Ross / Cecelia Specht / Andrew Starr / Mylie Stone / Marley Taylor / Taylor Towery / Thalia Tran / Alie Urquhart / Noree Victoria / Kenny Waymack / Hannah Westerfield / Nia Williams / Palmer Williams
Tina Gordon Chism / Tina Gordon / Tracy Oliver
Germaine Franco
Director of Photography
Greg Gardiner
Tracy Oliver
Tanya Walker
Assistant Director
Mike Topoozian
Benjamin Cook
Sound Re-Recording
Terry Porter / Drew Webster
Stunt Coordinator
Alan D'Antoni
Set Decorator
Javed Noorullah
Post-Production Supervisor
Lisa Rodgers
Visual Effects Designer
Crafty Apes
Production Manager/UPM
Barbara Kelly
Camera Operator
Foster Owen Brigman / Jeff Crumbley / Cooper Dunn / Ramon Engle / Mick Froelich
Special Effects Supervisor
David Fletcher
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"Issa Rae holds the movie together with a delivery style that can go to offhand understatement as easily as an outburst. In either mode, she’s cheerfully likable."
Jesse Hassenger (10 Mar 2019, )
Hollywood Reporter
"A heartwarming allegory about the long-term effects of bullying on the psyche of a child and the adult she eventually becomes, it’s a movie that is as fun and carefree as we would wish any confident, self-accepting teenage girl to be."
Hollywood Reporter Staff (10 Apr 2019, )
"Rae makes the most of the comedy and the more thoughtful exploration of April’s growing confidence in her own voice."
Neil Minow (12 Apr 2019, )