Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007)



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"Itty Bitty" is a lesbian rock and roll romp about Anna, an insecure, apolitical girl who encounters a radical political art group, falls in love with its leader, Sadie, and transforms from a girl into a woman.

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Critic Reviews for Itty Bitty Titty Committee

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (2)

Writer-director Jamie Babbit's follow-up to But I'm a Cheerleader, while flawed and in need of at least one more script overhaul, is smarter, funnier and more accomplished than its predecessor.

Sep 27, 2007

Great title, shame about the movie.

Jul 28, 2007

After 75 minutes of carefully establishing the characters and situations, the film comes up with the single most preposterous ending I've ever witnessed in a motion picture, undermining everything that's come before.

Sep 1, 2008 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

trades in platitudes and cliches, for lack of anything distinctive or bold to say

Oct 16, 2007 | Rating: 1.5/5 | Full Review…

The characters are not complex or memorable enough to linger in the mind much past the closing credits.

Oct 12, 2007

The film's sense of humor is juvenile...

Sep 28, 2007 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Itty Bitty Titty Committee


This is quite simply queer and enjoyable. If you have any interest in queer politics and want some sugar to make the medicine go down, this is a great watch. It's not a story of truly oppressed queers; this motley crew is just doing it because they know it's what they believe in. Perhaps they are young, and some are motivated by booty and fame than legitimate social change, but it is damn amusing to watch them try. The basic storyline is very vanilla, but the concepts discussed and political actions taken by the group are very radical and refreshing. I wish there was a C(i)A in my town.

_kelly .King
_kelly .King

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Delightfully campy and feminist comedy - so much fun, highly recommended for girls of the gay and the straight variety.

Ina S
Ina S

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I actually turned this one off at one point. It seemed not all that good and cringeably stereotyped with the lesbian/militant feminist thing. My husband was in the room and I actually felt embarrassed as it was so anti men and switched it off. Does equality for women have to mean degrading men?! Surely that makes us as bad as what we're fighting against. His comment was that they were all have to be so angry in these films. I don't think it helps the whole lesbian/man hating cliche to keep doing these portrayls, and alienates straight women, who are surely just as likely to be feminists. I was kind of disappointed in this because I really liked "But I'm a cheerleader" - that one actually did have something worthwhile to say. I decided to watch the end on my own later on, and while it t did improve a little, not enough to change my overall impression. I liked the actress who played Sadie, she was reasonably convincing, and also the older actress who played her girlfriend. The rest of them were very cliched. Disappointing.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

Super Reviewer


"If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution." - Emma Goldman In "Itty Bitty Titty Committee," Anna(Melonie Diaz) is in a rut, having just been dumped by her girlfriend and now on the verge of having to suffer through her sister's wedding. After work one night at a plastic surgergy clinic, she stumbles across Sadie(Nicole Vicius) defacing the building on behalf of Clits in Action.(So, that's what CIA stands for?) Sadie invites her to join the group which commits pranks seeking to enlighten the public on feminist issues. While getting a political education, Anna develops a crush on Sadie who is in a relationship with Courtney(Melanie Mayron), a much older woman. The moral of the crudely made "Itty Bitty Titty Committee" is not to watch a movie just because it has a cool sounding title. While it is refreshing for a movie to take a radical feminist position with a positive attitude, the acting and characterizations leave a little to be desired, even if one of the main characters is transgendered. In a movie about freedom, it is ironic that Anna is particularly feckless, showing little initiative on her own and almost acting brainwashed. And the climax is spectacularly unbelievable and has little connection to any known reality.

Walter M.
Walter M.

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