Bedazzled

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20th Century Fox Released 2000

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Director:
Harold Ramis
Released:
2000
Rating:
PG-13

Bedazzled is a 2000 comedy film starring Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley and is a remake of a 1967 film of the same name. Fraser plays Elliot Richards, a down-on-his luck man who is easily manipulated, stuck in a dead end job, and in love with his coworker Alison (Frances O'Connor). One night he wishes for a new life and Satan (Hurley) appears before him offering seven wishes in exchange for his eternal soul. Elliot uses the first wish as a test and wishes for a Big Mac and a Coke. Satan then brings him to McDonalds and has him order and pay for the meal. This is telling of what is to come from these wishes. His first real wish is to be rich, powerful, and married to Alison. Satan grants his wish, but makes him a Colombian drug lord in a loveless marriage with Alison plotting to take over his empire. Elliot's next wish is to be a sensitive guy so he can understand what women want. Satan makes him a little too sensitive, however, and Alison leaves him for someone stronger. Because of this, Elliot then wishes to be stronger. Satan makes him extremely strong, but also stupid and not well-endowed. The wishes continue in this fashion until Elliot gives up hope in Satan and turns to God for guidance. Elliot eventually learns that he cannot count on Satan and realizes he must make his own wishes come true.

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Brendan Fraser

Brendan Fraser

Elliot Richards/Jefe/Mary

Frances O'Connor

Frances O'Connor

Alison Gardner/Nicole Delarusso

Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley

The Devil

Miriam Shor

Miriam Shor

Carol/Penthouse Hostess

Orlando Jones

Orlando Jones

Daniel/Dan/Danny/Eseban/Beach Jock/Lamar Garrett/Dr. Ngegitigegitibaba

Harold Ramis

Harold Ramis

 

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Comedy, Drama

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Love & Romance, Romantic Comedy