Two best friends have princess dreams and witchy nightmares in this adaptation of Soman Chainani’s book series.

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Sophia Anne Caruso, left, and Sofia Wylie in “The School for Good and Evil.

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Light versus dark. Hero versus villain. Good versus evil. Sound familiar? It should — it’s perhaps the most basic motif,

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So what Netflix’s “The School for Good and Evil” attempts — to draw from and pervert cookie-cutter hero and villain stories in a novel way

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The film, adapted from the young adult book series by Soman Chainani and directed by Paul Feig, is a mess of contradictions

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a muddle of clichés and inconsistencies with just enough charm and cleverness to keep you watching.

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Two best friends, Sophie (Sophia Anne Caruso) and Agatha (Sofia Wylie), are the adolescent outcasts of a quaint Arthurian-style town named Gavaldon

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