I loved it, and going in I didn't think it'd hold a candle to my beloved Winona version. I actually cried when Beth died. I truly like it more than the 94 adaptation.
One exception, Timothee Chalamet.
Jo and Amy were so strong and he was so slight. Chalamet looks like a 14 year old. He didn't seem devastated to be rejected, more like "fuck it," I'm going to go party.
If only Christian Bale was young enough to be Laurie again.
Aunt March and Amy the only practical members of the family!
It is weird that our only (?) classic novel about American girls and they were all British, Irish and an Aussie.
I saw it with a 10 year who I thought would love it, and she thought the timelines were confusing and it was really long. Mostly around Beth's illnesses, I thought the short hair made it obvious, but I think if you don't already know the story it could be hard to follow.