Bedazzled
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Bedazzled

Hopeless dweeb Elliot Richards is granted seven wishes by the Devil to snare Allison, the girl of his dreams, in exchange for his soul.

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In the comedy film Bedazzled (2000), the lovable loser Elliot Richards finds himself in a deal with the Devil. Desperate to win the heart of his dream girl, Allison, he agrees to relinquish his soul in exchange for seven wishes. Throughout the movie, Elliot hilariously uses his wishes to transform himself into various personas and scenarios, each one ending in a humorous lesson of self-discovery.

Directed by Harold Ramis, Bedazzled showcases the comedic talents of Brendan Fraser as Elliot and Elizabeth Hurley as the alluring Devil. Fraser's portrayal of the socially awkward Elliot brings plenty of charm and laughs, while Hurley's seductive and mischievous Devil adds a touch of sensuality to the film.

As Elliot's wishes become increasingly outlandish, viewers are taken on a rollercoaster ride of laughs and surprises. From becoming a talented basketball player to a wealthy and successful businessman, Elliot soon realizes that what he truly desires may not be what he initially thought. Along the way, he learns valuable lessons about self-acceptance and the importance of being true to oneself.

With its blend of humor, romance, and fantasy, Bedazzled is an entertaining comedy that will keep audiences entertained from start to finish. Packed with memorable performances, witty dialogue, and unexpected twists, this film is perfect for a lighthearted and enjoyable movie night.

Also Known As:

Bedazzled

Release Date:

20 Oct 2000

Writers:

Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Larry Gelbart

Awards:

1 win & 3 nominations