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Gabi Lener over 4 years ago
So stupid and cheap laugh, I don't know why I love it and laugh so much..
Kristijan Vidović over 4 years ago
Somehow years after watching it, I still remember most of the scenes in this movie.
Fae 6 years ago
This movie was so incredibly stupid that it was funny.
Don Lathrop 2 months ago
Rebecca over 1 year ago
Jaclyn Baros over 2 years ago
Dan over 2 years ago
Daniel Duval over 2 years ago
Mariana almost 3 years ago
Kylie K Harris over 3 years ago
Schalk Neethling over 3 years ago
Jerry Woodstock over 3 years ago
Rafael Santos almost 4 years ago
Asael Acosta 4 years ago
Bedazzled is a 2000 film remake of the 1967 film Bedazzled (also by 20th Century Fox), originally written by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, which was itself a comic retelling of the Faust legend. The film was directed by Harold Ramis and stars Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley. Elliot Richards (Brendan Fraser) is a geeky, overzealous man working a dead-end technical support job in a San Francisco computer company. He has no friends and his co-workers use him, knowing he will do anything for acceptance. He has a crush on his colleague, Alison Gardner (Frances O'Connor), but lacks the courage to ask her out. After Elliot is again ditched by his co-workers, at a bar while trying to talk to Alison, he says to himself that he would give anything for Alison to be with him. Satan (Elizabeth Hurley), in the form of a beautiful woman, overhears him and offers to give Elliot seven wishes in return for his soul. As a test, he wishes for a Big Mac and Coke. Satan takes him to McDonald's and...
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