7º – The Witches of Eastwick (George Miller, 1987)Three witches make an ordinary man’s life a living hell. Yes, that’s the plot, the rest is just fun and lots of laughs. A different comedy, ‘The Witches of Eastwick’ distances itself in the quality of films with similar themes for its phenomenal cast, with the presence of Jack Nicholson, Susan Sarandon, Cher and Michelle Pfeiffer, its sense of intermittent adventure and the direction of the legendary George Miller facing a different work in his filmography.
6º – The Calling (Jason Stone, 2014)The film puts us in the footsteps of Hazel Micallef, a policewoman from a small town in the United States, who guides her days always with the idea of an infinite repetition, drinking and solving silly cases of the place. Everything changes in a woman’s life when strange murders start happening in the city and the investigation of some details about the cases reveals that a serial killer could be prowling the place. The plot will gain substance by showing Hazel’s struggle to capture the killer and eliminate old ghosts from his life.
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