The Witches of Eastwick (1997) Movie Review

The Witches of Eastwick (1997)

1997 Horror, Fantasy, Comedy

User Score: 63/100

Synopsis:

Three single women in a picturesque village have their wishes granted - at a cost - when a mysterious and flamboyant man arrives in their lives.

Need someone with demonic dash to portray the Devil? There are only two choices. Old Ned himself. And Jack Nicholson. The Witches of Eastwick to the better actor-and came up with the sleekest, sexiest supernatural comedy/thriller to emerge from this or any other world, earning Nicholson 1987 Best Actor Awards from the New York and Los Angeles Film Critics. The "witches" are in three modern-day women yearning for Mr. Right in a quaint New England town full of Mr. Uptights. Played glowingly by Cher (Moonstruck), Susan Sarandon (Lorenzo’s Oil) and Michelle Pfeiffer (The Age of Innocence), they’re lovely enough to tempt even the most jaded netherworld denizen. Soon, wealthy Daryl van Horne (Nicholson) arrives. Is his sudden appearance a coincidence? Or the outcome of the women’s unconscious sorcery in this smooth adaptation of John Updyke’s novel? Conjure up an evening’s entertainment with The Witches of Eastwick. And have a devil of a good time.


About The Witches of Eastwick (1997)

Title: The Witches of Eastwick
Year: 1997
Starring: Veronica Cartwright, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jack Nicholson, Richard Jenkins, Carel Struycken, Susan Sarandon, Harriet Medin, Anthony Falco, Helen Lloyd Breed, John Blood, Scott Nickerson, Caroline Struzik, Merrily Horowitz, Stephen Oakes, Michele Sincavage, Margot Dionne, Ann Senechal, Nicol Sincavage, James Boyle, James Staunton, Heather Coleman, Ron Campbell, Amy Warner, Carolyn Ditmars, Eugene Boles, Jeff Beery, Cynthia Ditmars, Corey Carrier, Grenville Cuyler, Christine Ditmars
Director: George Miller
Reviewer:
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3.1/5 stars from 8 users. Votes: 8.
Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Comedy

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