PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
Two witch sisters, raised by their eccentric aunts in a small town, face closed-minded prejudice and a curse which threatens to prevent them ever finding lasting love.
After bad reactions at a test screening, composer Michael Nyman's score was rejected at the last minute. It was called too European sounding and obtrusive. It was replaced with one by Alan Silvestri. The change was made so late that the soundtrack albums had already been pressed. As a result, the first batch to hit stores all had two suites of themes from Nyman's score. A few weeks later, a new version of the CD, with the same ISBN number, was made, replacing Nyman's tracks with music by Silvestri.
Aunt Frances Owens:
For more than 200 years we Owens women have been blamed by everything that's ever gone wrong in this town.
After the exorcism Sally and Gilly take the cauldron from two women. It has just been taken from the stove and they are holding it with cloths. When they go to tip it up, Gilly holds the bottom of the cauldron in order to tip it up.
$13,104,694 18 October 1998