Brendan Fraser, Frances O'Connor and Elizabeth Hurley
to Rent on Video or Buy on DVD 22nd October
Elliot Richards (Fraser)
is for want of a better word, a loser. Lonely, friendless and extremely geeky,
he wants only one thing to make his life bearable, the love of his co-worker
Alison Gardner (O'Connor). The problem is, even though they have been working
together for the last for years, she does not know he exists. Enter The Devil
(Hurley), she offers Elliot seven wishes for the price of his immortal soul.
Seeing this as a chance to get Alison into his life, he accepts but the wishes
turn out not to be exactly what he thought.
Let me just start
with saying Liz Hurley cannot act, she is there on the screen as eye candy,
nothing more. This is Brendan Fraser's movie, and he makes a good attempt
at becoming the various characters he wishes to become. The problem is that
it never keeps you more than pleasantly amused, bringing just a smile to your
face every now and again, not the big belly laughs you might have been expecting.
Still it's no a bad movie, just one that you'll forget about very quickly.
Two Deleted Scenes: 'Basketball Game'
and 'Rock Star', Cast & Director's Audio Commentary, Featurettes: 'Making
Of Bedazzled' and 'Bedazzling Designs', Behind The Scenes Footage, Trailer
and TV Spots & Stills Gallery
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