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Bedazzled (2000)

Cast: Brendan Fraser, Brendan Fraser, Elizabeth Hurley, more...
Director: Harold Ramis, Harold Ramis
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Studio: 20th Century Fox
Genre: Comedies, Romantic Comedy, Fantasy
Running Time: 93 min.
Languages: English, French
Subtitles: English, Spanish
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Synopsis
How far will a man go to win the woman he loves? That's the devilish question behind this satirical romantic comedy. Elliot Richards (Brendan Fraser), a low-level white-collar worker, has fallen in love with his co-worker Allison (Frances O'Connor), who barely knows he exists. Desperate to win her love, sad sack Elliot is approached by the Devil (Elizabeth Hurley), who offers him seven wishes in exchange for his soul. Elliot accepts, but none of his wishes works out quite the way that he had hoped; after transforming himself into a South American tycoon, a champion NBA basketball player, a famous author, the most sensitive man in the world, and even the president of the United States, Elliot discovers that the Devil has added a crucial loophole each time, and for all his troubles, Allison still isn't interested in him. Directed by Harold Ramis, Bedazzled was adapted from the 1968 cult movie of the same name written by and starring Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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Ok but not the Original by thewooper October 22, 2003 - 10:12 AM PDT
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If you liked this one at all, you have to see the Original with Peter Cook & Dudley Moore. It is by far one the funniest films of all time. The remake pales in comparison but don't most remakes? I'm not sure if it's on DVD but it's rentable on video and still gets theater play now and then.

I'd give it a 3.49999 and rounded.... by pelikan April 2, 2002 - 9:38 AM PST
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2 out of 3 members found this review helpful
This movie was a lot better than I expected. Essentialy, I excepted a POC, but it was midly entertaining with Elizabeth Hurley really carrying the movie. She played a dry witty satan to perfection, and you kind of wish the movie was about her role not Branden Fraser.




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A complete-as-I-can-make-it list of movies shot in and around SF (with LOTS of help from www.norcalmovies.com) and the Bay Area. I'll try to put comments and info about the movies and rate the ones I've seen. Please email me with any errors or add. info.
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not on dvd !?!
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why is "mrs doubtfire " on dvd and these aint?( and wheres the spell check on this thing?)
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