Hallmark scores again with this wonderful presentation of “The Good Witch.” Cassie moves into the “haunted” house of the neighborhood and this story keeps you guessing if she is a witch, as some people assume, or just the mysterious new girl in town. The assumption that Cassie is a witch comes because of the good things that happen when numerous people follow her advice. The movie keeps you wondering until the end if she is magical or simply a student of human behavior. In the end, the latter is proven…or is it?
This is a refreshingly clean movie with only mild content such as low-cut shirts, drinks over dinner, and a couple that kisses two times. “The Good Witch” is a fantasy film and does not encourage occult practices. It earns the Dove Seal for family-friendly viewing and is recommended for ages twelve plus due to the mature themes.