Teen Witch by MGM (Video & DVD)

Teen Witch by MGM (Video & DVD)
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Teen Witch by MGM (Video & DVD)

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Description of Teen Witch by MGM (Video & DVD)

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A girl with a crush on the captain of the football team turns into a witch on her 16th birthday.

A 1989 teen fantasy, Teen Witch is a somewhat corny, music-filled film about love, magic, and truth. Most teenagers dream of having the power to make anything happen. According to local mystic Madame Serena (Zelda Rubinstein), that's just what's going to happen to Louise (Robyn Lively) on her 16th birthday when she receives her powers as a witch. The once shy and unpopular Louise takes full advantage of her new abilities and is soon enjoying being the most popular girl in school, dating the star of the football team (Dan Gauthier), and terrorizing a particularly insensitive teacher (Shelley Berman). What Louise is slower to learn is the wisdom of being careful what she wishes for, that wishes sometimes have unintended consequences, and that when it comes to love, magic can cloud the truth. In the end, Louise will have to make a very personal choice between magic and truth and come to terms with the fact that, like spells, happiness gained by magic wears off. Perhaps a more powerful magic stems from believing in oneself. Teen Witch provides a comical look back at the 1980s, complete with mediocre, generally irrelevant musical numbers and shallow, simplistic characters. (Ages 9 and older) --Tami Horiuchi

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