The Witches of Eastwick


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 73%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 53741


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Jack Nicholson as Daryl Van Horne
Michelle Pfeiffer as Sukie Ridgemont
Susan Sarandon as Jane Spofford
Cher as Alexandra Medford
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1hr 58 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Davis P 10 / 10

Absolute Classic!

The Witches of Eastwick (1987) is one of my all time favorite movies. It stars Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Jack Nicholson. This movie is a comedic fantasy. The plot surrounds three single women who are all lacking and somewhat depressed with the state of their lives. Their deeply held desires have been long repressed. One night, while they are all hanging out together, like they do every Thursday, they all wish for a certain kind of man to come into their lives. Soon after they all make this wish, Daryl VanHorn (Nicholson) comes into the small conservative town of Eastwick. He charms all of them with his ways and seduces them. They start seeing him at his mansion all the time, but when they start noticing certain things about him, they realize that maybe he isn't all he's cracked up to be. When they realize this, they start thinking of how to get him to go away. This is such a fun, energetic, well performed movie, you're guaranteed to have loads of fun with it. The actors do fabulous jobs with their roles, especially Nicholson. There are moments where I am blown away with the cast's acting abilities. And the writing is perfect because it has both it's very amusing comedic moments and its times of drama and seriousness. I understand this may not be everyone's cup of tea, but this really is a fabulously made film that I 100% recommend! 10/10 for The Witches of Eastwick!

Reviewed by Anton Korngold 8 / 10

Sultry, seductive and almost completely trashy

This big-haired adaptation of John Updike's feminist text stars Cher and I found it to surpass the novel. It is impeccably cast with Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfeiffer as a trio of divorcees and spinsters wronged by almost every man in their life unwittingly conjure Jack Nicholson, - the perfect man - who is revealed as the living Devil, after a conversation at night over several glasses of wine. Nicholson gives a career-defining performance as a comically insane seductor. Its less about witchcraft and more about loneliness and boredom in mid-life suburbia. Veronica Cartwright is also incredible.

Reviewed by leplatypus 7 / 10

smells like a Stephen King work (dad)

especially Needful Things because it's a devil coming to a small town to unleash chaos and mayhem! As all devils, he seduces, especially women (this is the strange point here, this one is obsessed about their creation!)… I was sure to have a good with Michelle and it was: Cher left me always cold with her look obsession but here she has something interesting while Sarandon is a bit less dreadful than usual... Honeslty Nicholson is disappointing because he stays the same: the grace of a elephant in a porcelain store : he seems stuck to maximum volume: it's great when he is upset but it's too much otherwise and useless when the scene needs subtlety. I don't really understand his look here and it seems unlikely a devil needs a book to trick! Special effects by ILM are sometimes awful (tennis game), Williams score is average if not close to Harry Potter: so not a perfect movie, but great on girl power and sometimes more punchy than the King himself!

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