PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
A young boy stumbles onto a witch convention and must stop them, even after he has been turned into a mouse.
The dark tone of the novel was significantly mellowed in order to make the film more appealing for younger audiences. In Dahl's book, for instance, the grandmother is much brisker, Luke is in the car with his parents at the time of the accident, ... ...
When your father was a boy like you, and living with me here in Norway, I told him about witches too, so that he would always be aware. Now, the most important thing you should know about real witches is this - now listen very carefully! Real ...
When the Grand High Witch and her assistant enter her room while Luke gets the formula, they're wearing pointy shoes. Earlier, it was mentioned that witches never wear pointy shoes. However, the original book suggest the Grand High Witch does wear pointed shoes to great discomfort and hates wearing them, this fact is not mentioned in the movie to explain the shoes.