25 October 2014 | bobbibell
The heartwarming redemptive "magic" continues
The cast has, amazingly, remained intact, allowing the audience to transition easily into more and more serious plots (given the two hour and G rating format). The "magic" of Cassie's powers are more and more easily transferable to the audience's own abilities although ambitious. The simple lessons of life are sweetly represented in a very approachable form. The idea that simple objects can teach us profound truths is fun. The multiple subplots were easily followed with just enough surprise to hold the viewer in suspense. The actors have settled into their roles without compromising energy or clarity if it's your first time seeing any of the "Good Witch" movies. I welcome the next - or the TV series - hoping for continued freshness and hopeful resolutions.