History Film / Bewitched

26th Jun '16 10:58:39 AM Anddrix
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The film was made in 2005 by Sony, and flopped upon release. It currently holds [[http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/bewitched/ 25% rating]] on ''Website/RottenTomatoes.''

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The film was made in 2005 by Sony, and flopped upon release. It currently holds [[http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/bewitched/ 25% rating]] on ''Website/RottenTomatoes.''
Sony.
1st Feb '16 8:05:10 AM JamesAustin
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Isabel has two moments of this: the first is when she overhears Jack and chooses to get mad about it, the second is when she walks in after she's rewound time and delivers her TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Jack.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: BewareTheNiceOnes:
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Isabel has two moments of this: the first is when she overhears Jack and chooses to get mad about it, the second is when she walks in after she's rewound time and delivers her TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Jack.



* RecursiveCanon: The film is based around the conceit that witches are real, but that the [[Series/{{Bewitched}} 1960s TV series]] was fiction. HilarityEnsues when a real witch is cast in [[ShowWithinAShow a remake]] of the TV series.
** Ultimately [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged]]: although the show is stated to be fictional, several of Isabel's In-Universe relatives are identical to their TV counterparts, right down to their names. As the film progresses, the line between the 1960's TV show, rebooted TV show and In-Universe reality becomes increasingly blurry and eventually disappears. The film even ends with Isabel and Jack moving into a house exactly like the set they film the show on, across the street from a real Gladys and Abner Kravitz.

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* RecursiveCanon: The film is based around the conceit that witches are real, but that the [[Series/{{Bewitched}} 1960s TV series]] was fiction. HilarityEnsues when a real witch is cast in [[ShowWithinAShow a remake]] of the TV series.
** Ultimately
From then on, it gets [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged]]: although despite the show is being stated to be fictional, several of Isabel's In-Universe in-universe relatives are identical to their TV counterparts, right down to their names. As the film progresses, the line between the 1960's TV show, rebooted TV show and In-Universe in-universe reality becomes increasingly blurry and eventually disappears. The film even ends with Isabel and Jack moving into a house exactly like the set they film the show on, across the street from a real Gladys and Abner Kravitz.



* RefugeInAudacity: Isabel whenever she's "filming" shortly after she cottons on to the fact that she's TheVoiceless. Iris calls her out on it briefly, but otherwise the little pranks and whatnot are passed off as random occurrences or SFX failure. Mainly used to help keep up the masquerade.
** She also briefly pulls this when she's meeting Jack's ex-wife.

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* RefugeInAudacity: Isabel Isabel, whenever she's "filming" shortly after she cottons on to the fact that she's TheVoiceless. TheVoiceless, and briefly when she's meeting Jack's ex-wife. Iris calls her out on it briefly, but otherwise the little pranks and whatnot are passed off as random occurrences or SFX failure. Mainly failure, mainly used to help keep up the masquerade.
** She also briefly pulls this when she's meeting Jack's ex-wife.
masquerade.
14th Jan '16 9:39:39 PM Scorpio3002
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* ReBoot: In-universe, the show ''Bewitched'' goes through this.



** Ultimately [[ZigZaggingTrope zig-zagged]]: although the show is stated to be fictional, several of Isabel's In-Universe relatives are identical to their TV counterparts, right down to their names. As the film progresses, the line between the 1960's TV show, rebooted TV show and In-Universe reality becomes increasingly blurry and eventually disappears. The film even ends with Isabel and Jack moving into a house exactly like the set they film the show on, across the street from a real Gladys and Abner Kravitz.
* RecursiveReality



* ReBoot: In-universe, the show ''Bewitched'' goes through this.
* RecursiveReality
31st Dec '15 4:34:20 AM JamesAustin
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TheFilmOfTheSeries... sort of. This film is about the filming of a remake of the series ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', starring Creator/WillFerrell as Jack Wyatt, an actor who plays Darrin, and Creator/NicoleKidman as Isabel Bigelow, who plays Samantha. Isabel not only plays a witch in the ShowWithinAShow, but is a real witch InUniverse. Postmodern HilarityEnsues, as does romance.

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''Bewitched'' is TheFilmOfTheSeries... sort of. This film is about the filming of a remake of the series ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', starring Creator/WillFerrell as Jack Wyatt, an actor who plays Darrin, and Creator/NicoleKidman as Isabel Bigelow, who plays Samantha. Isabel not only plays a witch in the ShowWithinAShow, but is a real witch InUniverse. Postmodern HilarityEnsues, as does romance.



* ItsAllAboutMe: How the Bewitched reboot starts out. [[spoiler: It gets better though.]]

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* ItsAllAboutMe: How the Bewitched ''Bewitched'' reboot starts out. [[spoiler: It gets better though.]]
28th Dec '15 9:32:37 AM JamesAustin
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* TheFilmOfTheSeries: A film based on the television series ''Series/{{Bewitched}}''.



* ItsAllAboutMe: How the Bewitched reboot starts out. [[spoiler: It gets better though]]
* JerkAss: Jack starts as a jerkass, but has a HeelFaceTurn about halfway through the film. Ritchie on the other hand is Jerkass from beginning to end.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: How the Bewitched reboot starts out. [[spoiler: It gets better though]]
though.]]
* JerkAss: {{Jerkass}}: Jack starts as a jerkass, but has a HeelFaceTurn about halfway through the film. Ritchie on the other hand is Jerkass from beginning to end.



* LargeHam: All Jack's characters, Jack himself.
** He's played by Creator/WillFerrell after all
** Maria has her moments.

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* LargeHam: All Jack's characters, Jack himself.
**
himself. He's played by Creator/WillFerrell Creator/WillFerrell, after all
**
all. Maria has her moments.



* [[NotWearingPantsDream Not Wearing Pants Interview]]
* OneHeadTaller : Nicole Kidman is 5'11" and Kristen Chenowith is 4'11". The difference is quite obvious when they're jumping up and down in the kitchen.

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* [[NotWearingPantsDream Not Wearing Pants Interview]]
NotWearingPantsDream
* OneHeadTaller : OneHeadTaller: Nicole Kidman is 5'11" and Kristen Chenowith is 4'11". The difference is quite obvious when they're jumping up and down in the kitchen.
* PaintedTunnelRealTrain: Isabel's father walks out of a series of stone arches to speak with Isabel; a moment later, as the camera pulls back, a pair of stagehands come by and pick up the large canvas flat on which the arches are painted.



* RecursiveCanon: The film is based around the conceit that witches are real, but that the [[Series/{{Bewitched}} 1960s TV series]] was fiction. HilarityEnsues when a real witch is cast in [[ShowWithinAShow a remake]] of the TV series.



* ReBoot: In-universe, the show Bewitched goes through this.

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* ReBoot: In-universe, the show Bewitched ''Bewitched'' goes through this.
22nd Nov '15 5:45:42 PM twilicorn
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: "I'll Fall in Love" by Seiko Matsuda was the theme song in the Japanese version.

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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: "I'll Fall in Love" by Seiko Matsuda Music/SeikoMatsuda was the theme song in the Japanese version.
27th Sep '15 4:45:30 AM NTC3
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NeedsWikiMagicLove.

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NeedsWikiMagicLove.
The film was made in 2005 by Sony, and flopped upon release. It currently holds [[http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/bewitched/ 25% rating]] on ''Website/RottenTomatoes.''
5th Jan '15 10:15:36 AM nombretomado
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TheFilmOfTheSeries... sort of. This film is about the filming of a remake of the series ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', starring Creator/WillFerrell as Jack Wyatt, an actor who plays Darrin, and NicoleKidman as Isabel Bigelow, who plays Samantha. Isabel not only plays a witch in the ShowWithinAShow, but is a real witch InUniverse. Postmodern HilarityEnsues, as does romance.

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TheFilmOfTheSeries... sort of. This film is about the filming of a remake of the series ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', starring Creator/WillFerrell as Jack Wyatt, an actor who plays Darrin, and NicoleKidman Creator/NicoleKidman as Isabel Bigelow, who plays Samantha. Isabel not only plays a witch in the ShowWithinAShow, but is a real witch InUniverse. Postmodern HilarityEnsues, as does romance.
2nd Jan '15 9:12:29 AM gyorokpeter2
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* {{Adorkable}}: Isobel SO much. Jack also briefly displays shades of this when he's not around Ritchie.

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* {{Adorkable}}: Isobel Isabel SO much. Jack also briefly displays shades of this when he's not around Ritchie.



* BewareTheNiceOnes: Isobel has two moments of this: the first is when she overhears Jack and chooses to get mad about it, the second is when she walks in after she's rewound time and delivers her TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Jack.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Isobel Isabel has two moments of this: the first is when she overhears Jack and chooses to get mad about it, the second is when she walks in after she's rewound time and delivers her TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Jack.



* BrickJoke: Isobel at the beginning says that she "wants to go to the Coffee Bean and talk about things for which there is no solution." Guess what happens after she breaks up with Jack?
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Nina and Maria believe that Isobel's Aunt Clara (and Isobel herself kinda) to be this. Maria shows shades of this in the film.

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* BrickJoke: Isobel Isabel at the beginning says that she "wants to go to the Coffee Bean and talk about things for which there is no solution." Guess what happens after she breaks up with Jack?
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Nina and Maria believe that Isobel's Isabel's Aunt Clara (and Isobel Isabel herself kinda) to be this. Maria shows shades of this in the film.



* DanceOfRomance: Kinda. Partway through the "actual date" between Jack and Isobel, they go back to the studio and spend their time dancing around the set. It ends with a kiss.
* {{Expy}}: Besides the actors and actress, half the characters outside the show are the expy of someone in the series. For those who don't get it, Isobel=Samantha, Jack=Darrin, Iris=Endora (both on and off the set), Nigel doesn't QUITE fit the mold of Maurice, but is an expy of him otherwise.

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* DanceOfRomance: Kinda. Partway through the "actual date" between Jack and Isobel, Isabel, they go back to the studio and spend their time dancing around the set. It ends with a kiss.
* {{Expy}}: Besides the actors and actress, half the characters outside the show are the expy of someone in the series. For those who don't get it, Isobel=Samantha, Isabel=Samantha, Jack=Darrin, Iris=Endora (both on and off the set), Nigel doesn't QUITE fit the mold of Maurice, but is an expy of him otherwise.



* GenkiGirl: Maria. Isobel does display occasional shades of this, such as when she's jumping up and down with Maria.

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* GenkiGirl: Maria. Isobel Isabel does display occasional shades of this, such as when she's jumping up and down with Maria.



* LampshadeHanging: Shortly after the second date between Jack and Isobel, the two characters try and fail to hide their feelings on the set the next day. EVERYONE else on set notices however Jack and Isobel are oblivious to this (Isobel at least until Nina points it out)

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* LampshadeHanging: Shortly after the second date between Jack and Isobel, Isabel, the two characters try and fail to hide their feelings on the set the next day. EVERYONE else on set notices however Jack and Isobel Isabel are oblivious to this (Isobel (Isabel at least until Nina points it out)



* MundaneMadeAwesome: This is shown in a montage from Isobel's point of view. Such mundane things include turning on the sprinklers in her front yard, popping popcorn in a microwave, dimming the lights and opening cans of soft drink.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: This is shown in a montage from Isobel's Isabel's point of view. Such mundane things include turning on the sprinklers in her front yard, popping popcorn in a microwave, dimming the lights and opening cans of soft drink.



* RefugeInAudacity: Isobel whenever she's "filming" shortly after she cottons on to the fact that she's TheVoiceless. Iris calls her out on it briefly, but otherwise the little pranks and whatnot are passed off as random occurrences or SFX failure. Mainly used to help keep up the masquerade.

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* RefugeInAudacity: Isobel Isabel whenever she's "filming" shortly after she cottons on to the fact that she's TheVoiceless. Iris calls her out on it briefly, but otherwise the little pranks and whatnot are passed off as random occurrences or SFX failure. Mainly used to help keep up the masquerade.



* ResetButton: Pulled partway through the film when Isobel realises that her love spell is getting out of control and rewinds it back to when Jack is on "Inside The Actors Studio." She does it again later when she drops a lighting fixture on Jack's ex-wife and realises that she may have taken it a bit too far.

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* ResetButton: Pulled partway through the film when Isobel Isabel realises that her love spell is getting out of control and rewinds it back to when Jack is on "Inside The Actors Studio." She does it again later when she drops a lighting fixture on Jack's ex-wife and realises that she may have taken it a bit too far.



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Isobel delivers an absolutely EPIC one to Jack and the production team after she rewinds time.

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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Isobel Isabel delivers an absolutely EPIC one to Jack and the production team after she rewinds time.
24th Dec '14 1:38:05 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* PrecisionFStrike: "What's a dick? ...What does that have to do with how obnoxious he is being?"
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