Practical Magic (1998)

Movie Review

A combination of mysticism, comedy and melodrama, Practical Magic combines several genres. Two sisters who live with their aunts have magical powers. According to the laws of the genre, no one naturally likes them in the town and tries to avoid them. The story is as old as the world. Sorcery, Magic…. But the movie is not about magic. It is about solving difficult situations, about grief of a girl who lost her beloved, about fears, and the main thing, about what a woman’s mutual help and support is.


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Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Stockard Channing

Movie Info

Director – Griffin Dunne
Writers – Alice Hoffman (novel) Robin Swicord (screenplay) Akiva Goldsman (screenplay)
Taglines – There’s a little witch in every woman.
Genres – Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Release date – October 16, 1998 (United States)
Country of origin – United States
Official site – Warner Bros.
Language – English
Also known as – Hechizo de amor
Filming locations – Whidbey Island, Washington, USA
Production companies – DiNovi Pictures Fortis Films Stargate Studios
Budget – $75,000,000 (estimated)
Gross US & Canada – $46,732,881
Opening weekend US & Canada – $13,104,694 Oct 18, 1998
Gross worldwide – $46,733,235
Runtime – 1h 44min
Sound mix – Dolby Digital SDDS DTS
Aspect ratio – 2.39 : 12.35 : 1


IMDb – 6.3/10
Radio Times – 2/5
Rotten Tomatoes – 22%

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