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Little Bitches

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Little Bitches
Little Bitches poster.jpg
Official release poster
Directed byNick Kreiss
Produced by
  • Scott Aversano
  • Will Russell-Shapiro
  • Jorge Garcia-Castro
  • Diego del Río Toca
  • Dan Carillo Levy
  • Eugenio Villamar
  • Dom Genest
Written byNick Kreiss
Music byRob Lowry
CinematographyAndre Lascaris
Edited byGarret Price
  • Aversano Films
  • Defining Entertainment
  • Moxie 88
Distributed by
Release date
  • January 23, 2018 (2018-01-23) (United States)
Running time
86 minutes
CountryUnited States

Little Bitches is a 2018 American coming-of-age comedy film written and directed by Nick Kreiss. It stars Jennette McCurdy, Kiersey Clemons and Virginia Gardner.

It was released through video on demand on January 23, 2018, by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.


Raunchy, and rebellious best friends determined not to take crap from anyone and always have each other's backs. On the last day of freshman year, they sneak into the seniors party in the woods and throw eggs at three mean girls before running off. Exhilarated, the three vow to open their college acceptance letters together at their own epic senior bash in four years.

Years later, it is now the last day of the girls senior year of high school. Annie and Marisa are still best friends, but Kelly has stopped talking to both of them and is now the most popular girl in school. Each of them receives a letter from a different university - Annie, a talented cellist with excellent grades, receives a letter from Cornell; Marisa, who is unmotivated and didn't apply to any colleges until the last minute, receives a letter from Fresno State University; while Kelly gets a letter from Stanford, pleasing her overbearing mother. Annie is determined to keep the friends promise and open the letters at the senior party, but Marisa, bitter over Kelly cutting them out of her life, is annoyed by Annie constantly talking about the pact. Meanwhile, Kelly remembers how the school guidance counselor only signed her application to Stanford on the terms that Kelly would honor her pact with Annie and Marisa after Annie wrote about their friendship for her personal essay. Kelly, who seems to regret joining the popular girls, attempts to talk to Annie and Marisa, but the other popular girls bully them and ruin her attempt at conversation.

In class, Annie sees Kelly and the other popular girls laughing about something, causing her to have a panic attack and run to the bathroom. Marisa goes to comfort her, but gets angry when Kelly follows them and pushes her outside, where they get caught by the annoying hall monitor, Andy, who gives them both detention. Marisa and Annie decide to skip class for the rest of the day, and discuss their explorations with sex and masturbation. Annie wants to find out where the party is and tries to convince Marisa to go. Marisa makes Annie help her rob all the lottery tickets from a convenience store, where the store's owner smashes Annie's car window with a brick, before finally agreeing to go to the party. They take Annie's car to Marisa's shady friend Adrian to get the window fixed before returning to school and trying on dresses from the drama club.

During all of this, a hot-head, borderline psychopathic cop named Trent goes to extreme lengths to find out the location of the senior party, including interrogating high school students to the point of terrorizing them, while his meeker partner Johnny tries to reign him in.

Marisa remembers she has detention and Annie convinces her to take her, as Annie never had detention before. They run into Kelly there, and Kelly sends Marisa a text message. Marisa deletes it, upsetting Annie. After detention is over Annie confronts Marisa, who loses her cool and yells at Annie to stop "living in a fantasy world" and give up on her hope of rekindling their friendship with Kelly; Annie breaks down in tears. Annie, Marisa, and Kelly all separately reminisce about how much closer they all were during their freshman year.

Marisa goes home and finds her estranged father is there to prepare for a date, and they get into an argument. Annie goes to get her car from Adrian and is horrified to see that he had the car "pimped out". She drives home and sees Kelly and her popular friends getting into a limo to go to the senior party; she becomes so saddened that she breaks her strict diet and eats an entire bag of potato chips. Marisa finds Annie moping by her car, and admits that the text message Kelly sent her in detention said that Kelly missed them; Marisa didn't tell her because she is afraid that if Kelly and Annie became friends again, Annie would abandon her, and that Kelly has no right to suddenly decide she wants to be their friends again. Annie gets mad and accuses Marisa of only acting rebellious because she is too scared of facing the real world. Annie tells Marisa that the reason she applied to Cornell is to avoid ending up like her. Hurt, Marisa leaves.

Marisa tries to buy alcohol, and finds one of the mean girls she egged back in freshman year, Sarah, working her second job as the store clerk (earlier in the film Marisa and Annie had seen Sarah working as a custodian at their school) while heavily pregnant. Sarah tells Marisa that life gets "real" after high school, and that she should just accept it as it comes - "No one gets out alive". Night falls, and Marisa gets drunk and walks around the closed school. When she sees a large map where students put their photographs where they're going to college, Marisa bursts into tears and smashes the bottle on the map. Meanwhile, Kelly arrives to the wild senior party but seems unenthusiastic about it.

Annie decides to stop worrying about her friends and focus on herself, and decides to go to the party anyway. She picks up her crush, Phil, and they figure out where the party is by calling liquor stores in town to find out which one delivered the booze to the party and get the address. As they drive, they speed past Trent and Johnny, who come after them. Annie panics and slams the gas, turning things into a police chase. Marisa arrives to the party and looks for Annie, but Kelly confronts her. Kelly calls Marisa out for always refusing to give her a chance to talk to them, and reveals that she never wanted to end their friendship; after Marisa's parents divorced and she had to move away for a year, Marisa is the one who stopped speaking to Kelly because Marisa assumed Kelly wouldn't be there for her. Kelly says that she's not the one who changed - Marisa is.

Annie and Phil end up crashing the car right into the party. Marisa and Kelly run out with the other students, and Annie, filled with confidence, calls them over. The three girls finally make up and hug. Trent and Johnny drive up, revealing that Andy spilled the beans on the location of the party, and Trent announces everyone at the party is under arrest. Sarah suddenly appears and reveals that the house belongs to Councilwoman Bohner, and threatens to put a bad word about Trent in if he disrupts the party. Mr. Warner, a teacher attending the party, reveals he went to school with Trent, and that Trent took a dump in the Jacuzzi during their own senior party. All the teens begin mocking Trent, causing him to lose his cool and storm off, and the party resumes.

After the party, Annie, Marisa, and Kelly sit together on top of Annie's car, happy now that they are friends again. They all reveal they have not opened their college acceptance letters, and finally honor the promise they made four years ago and open the letters together. The film ends before it is revealed what each letter says.



In December 2015, it was announced Jennette McCurdy, Kiersey Clemons and Virginia Gardner would lead the ensemble cast in the film, with Nick Kreiss making his directorial debut from his own original screenplay. Scott Aversano will serve as producer on the film, alongside Will Russell-Shapiro, Jorge Garcia, Diego Del Rio, Dom Genest, Dan Carrillo-Levy and Eugenio Villamar under their Aversano Films, Defining Entertainment and Moxie 88 banners respectively.[1]


The film was released through video on demand on January 23, 2018, by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.[2][3]


  1. ^ McNary, Dave. "Jennette McCurdy, Virginia Gardner Join Teen Comedy 'Little Bitches'". Variety.
  2. ^ Cranswick, Amie. "Red band trailer and poster for Little Bitches starring Kiersey Clemons, Virginia Gardner and Jennette McCurdy". Flickering Myth.
  3. ^ Pearson, Ben. "'Little Bitches' Trailer and Exclusive Clips: A Hardcore Hall Monitor and a Desperate Call for Beer". /FILM.

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