The Witches of Eastwick Synopsis
Three New England witches conjure the perfect man (Jack Nicholson).
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Jay Scott
The Witches of Eastwick is an uproarious and entirely successful attempt to examine the differences between the sexes by couching the...
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88

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
There are some moments in The Witches of Eastwick that stretch uncomfortably for effects - the movie's climax is overdone, for example -...
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88

Chicago Tribune

By Dave Kehr
The Witches of Eastwick is filmmaking of a very high order; it's also a great time at the movies.
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80

Variety

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With a no-holds-barred performance by Jack Nicholson as the horny Satan, it’s a very funny and irresistible set-up for anyone who has ever...
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75

Washington Post

By Rita Kempley
Hell's belles! Nicholson's back. And that old Jack magic has us in his spell.
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63

Miami Herald

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The Witches of Eastwick is a diverting, impeccably polished and excellently cast movie. But its charms fade fast, about as fast as it takes...
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60

Tampa Bay Times

The Witches of Eastwick is a theme park without a theme. Like Nicholson and his co-stars, Miller doesn't have a lot on his mind. He just...
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50

The New York Times

By Janet Maslin
The Witches of Eastwick does have enough flamboyance to hold the attention, directed as it has been by Mr. Miller in a bright, flashy,...
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50

Los Angeles Times

By Sheila Benson
Under Australian director George Miller ("Mad Max"), The Witches of Eastwick begins so promisingly. It has such smashing separate moments,...
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38

Christian Science Monitor

By David Sterritt
The Witches of Eastwick, based on John Updike's novel, takes just about every wrong turn it can find. Perhaps this was predictable, with a...
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Rated R
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Common Sense Media says OK for kids 16+ Satan vs. BFF feminism in grownup fantasy-comedy.
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