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She woke up like this.

A tech mogul (Regina Hall, Girls Trip) gets the chance to relive the life of her younger self (played by Black-ish's Marsai Martin) in this comedy from the producer of Girls Trip and Night School.

Just before a do-or-die presentation, Jordan (Hall) awakens as a 13-year-old version of herself in her adult self's penthouse. Her assistant April (Issa Rae, TV's Insecure) is the only one who knows that her boss is now trapped in an awkward tween body, just as everything is on the line.


Directed by

Comedy, Fantasy


Rating: PG Mild themes, sexual references and coarse language

USA (James Croot)

press's hard not to leave the cinema without a smile on your face and the knowledge that you might have just seen the birth of a new Hollywood star.



Tina Gordon Chism's reverse 'Big' works thanks to the charisma of stars Marsai Martin, Issa Rae, and Regina Hall.

Empire (UK)


Either choose to dwell on Little's formulaic storyline, or be charmed by the confident comedic performances of its three stars. One will lead to an infinitely more fun time at the movies.

Los Angeles Times


[A]n alternately clumsy and inspired comedy of supernatural comeuppance.

TimeOut (New York)


While truly inspired laughs are in short supply here, Little avoids feeling too secondhand thanks to its central black characters, women who freshen up a tired formula.

Vanity Fair


It's a silly, sweet lark that also has a ring of importance.

Hollywood Reporter


What really works about Little easily surpasses what doesn't.

New York Times


If the story is a mess, the performers... save the day and the protect the investment.