The Biggest Little Farm User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.80

Current Rating: 4.80

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  • 5 stars Amazing and informational! Wonderful cinematography. Feel good movie!
  • 5 stars great film, a must see, very well done with the graphics, the photography and a heart-warming true story, with a sprinkle of hope for our world. Harmony is every sense. I want EVERYONE to see it! You will be lifted by it.
  • 5 stars Beautifully filmed! Shows what's possible when "big AG" doesn't destroy a farm and the farmland. Everything is in balance and eveything thrives including the animals. Well done and very memorable!
  • 5 stars It was honest, authentic and educational. A really great story.
  • 5 stars It was authentic, inspiring and kept my attention!
  • 5 stars FABULOUS!! Excellent educational documentary that should be shown in every school. It touches on so many subjects, very motivational.
  • 5 stars This story is amusing and informative watching the struggles of this couple to have a dream of a profitable farm and be at one with nature by using no pesticides or poison. It is a beautiful film and very well done. It touches all the senses.
  • 5 stars I never much liked animal films, and the thought of a movie about growing vegetables left me cold. Nonetheless, I was riveted by this fine work, a non-sentimental look at nature, our place in it, life and death, and the chance of survival through diversity. My wife and I both left the theater feeling elated.
  • 5 stars We LOVED this movie. This was a heartfelt story that really gave the viewer deep insights into the phenomenal effort that it took to create this small farm. How unbelievably petty that one reviewer commented that the movie promoted the farm’s market stall. Big deal!!! With all the product placements in all movies? This movie was touching, and creative. Hope everybody sees it!!
  • 5 stars Excellent food-chain / cause-and-effect coverage over a period of more than 7 years.

The Biggest Little Farm

Genre:  Documentary
Running Time:  91 min.
Release Date:
May 17, 2019 - Toronto, Vancouver
May 24, 2019 - Expands
DVD: August 20, 2019
Blu-ray: August 20, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 4.80
based on 66 votes and 19 reviews
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Cast: John Chester, Molly Chester