Bewitched DVD Review
It's the 21st century and Hollywood is getting ready to re-make a classic 1960's show. Jack Wyatt (played by Will Ferrell) is a washed up film star who's looking to re-claim his fame. His latest job offer is to play the role of Darren in an updated version of Bewitched. All he needs to do is find the perfect Samantha - a girl that can twitch her nose like Elizabeth Montgomery and won't take up too much of his spotlight. Read all about this magical movie.
Bewitched - Love at First SightWhen Jack Wyatt first lays eyes on Isabel Bigelow at the bookstore, he knew she would make the perfect Samantha. But, little does he know, she's a real-live witch who is just trying to make a normal life for herself. Jack convinces Isabel to audition for the show and woos her with lines like, "I need you, I want you." Little does Isabel know, Jack's only concern is himself.
Bewitched - Truth is Stranger Than FictionOnce Isabel clues in that Jack actually isn't interested in her, but instead how she can help his career, she decides to weave her magic and make him love her. It works for a while, and she has some fun with him, but eventually decides that the only way she'll ever know if Jack really loves her is to speak her mind and let him know what she thinks.
Bewitched - DVD FeaturesGet into the witchy spirit this Halloween by picking up a copy of Bewitched on DVD. Take a look behind the scenes with the Casting a Spell featurette, watch deleted scenes and check out trailers for upcoming Sony movies. The best part about this DVD has to be the Witch Trivia games - they're a cackling good time!
Bewitched - Bottom LineEven if you haven't seen the original Bewitched TV show, you'll definitely want to check out this flick. Nicole Kidman plays a very convincing witch, who's meddling dad (played by Michael Caine) adds [kwlink]a lot of laughs[/kwlink]. Will Ferrell, once again, manages to steal the show with his over-the-top antics. Catch this movie on a Sunday afternoon with your pals or drag the 'rents to see it - they'll get a kick out of all the references to the old show.