Bewitched

Bewitched
Bewitched

Year

2005

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

A brand new version is being made of Bewitched, which was a popular 1960s TV show about an ordinary guy married to a witch. Jack, the actor playing the husband, wants an unknown actress to be his co-star and spots a woman who he thinks has just the right look to play the witch. But it turns out that she has a lot more in common with her character than he would have ever guessed. Clever comedy that plays with notions of fantasy and reality.

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PG Classification

This film has a couple of strong uses of mild bad language and contains mild sex and drug references.

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