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The Craft


Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell, Rachel True View All


Andrew Fleming (Screenplay), Andrew Fleming (Director), Peter Filardi (Screenplay) View All

Release: May 3rd, 1996
Runtime: 1 hour, 41 minutes
A Catholic school newcomer falls in with a clique of teen witches who wield their powers against all who dare to cross them -- be they teachers, rivals or meddlesome parents.
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I thought Neve Campbell would make this thing at least reasonably good to watch since I love her in the Scream movies -- and this movie has Skeet Ulrich who played Billy in the first Scream.
Double nostalgia!) Too bad the resulting film takes itself way too seriously even for a goofy high-school witch movie.
Bonnie (Neve Campbell)was in a fire and has burn scars all over her body, Rochelle (Rachel True) is singled out and humiliated by the other students because she is black in a predominantly white school, and Nancy (Fairuza Balk) comes from a broken home and is a victim of date rape by Chris (Skeet Ul....
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