Cinema: Could It Be . . . Satan? THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK

Directed by George Miller Screenplay by Michael Cristofer

Andrew Wyeth might summer there. Bob Newhart could run the colonial inn. Eastwick -- it looks like a travel poster for the New England dream. It surely boasts a trio of dream girls: Alexandra (Cher), who sculpts clay Earth Mothers; Jane (Susan Sarandon), who cues the school band with a hearty "Horns up!"; and Sukie (Michelle Pfeiffer), abustle with her six kids. All are displaced, not quite fulfilled by their evenings together swapping naughty secrets. And when this comely sorority is restless, Eastwick suffers, with plagues of sudden storms and cherry pits. The women are witches, you see. And now they...

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