The Craft: Legacy, actual spoilers
I like the ways witchcraft is used in fiction as a manifestation of feminine power, and obviously that lends itself to some commentary about patriarchy. Super on board for that.
*Not* so on board with the oversimplified "oh there's a guy here and he's a misogynist and that's it that's the whole conflict."
The villain to overcome was basically made of cardboard therefore their victory felt a little underwhelming and they deserve better tbh.
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