Slogging exposition, pushed along by intermittent pop songs, to establish the Curse of the Owens Women ("on any man who would dare love ..."), its origins in the 17th Century, its perpetuation in the present. Half an hour into the movie, a situation develops, a tedious one, with Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman trying to out-cute one another as sibling witches with a corpse on their hands. Aidan Quinn, Stockard Channing, Dianne Wiest; directed by Griffin Dunne. (1998) — Duncan Shepherd
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