Reviews

Oct 1, 2010
Charming Fraser Faustian tale with lots of sexual innuendo.
Mar 19, 2002
Jun 4, 2001
Apr 16, 2001
Jan 1, 2000
What the film doesn't have, ironically, is a soul.
Jan 1, 2000
Most of these sketches devolve -- with apologies to the esteemed Mr. Darwin -- into schoolyard sniggering as fast as drool runs down a chin.
Jan 1, 2000
It may not leave you bedazzled, but it will leave you happy.
Jan 1, 2000
A cute and clever good-vs-evil parable that ought to appeal to those weary of SNL retreads and gross-out humor.
Jan 1, 2000
Delivers laughs at a rather more than intermittent rate, and Elizabeth Hurley is a fun devil.
Jan 1, 2000
A positively divine comedy.
Jan 1, 2000
There's no real dazzle in Bedazzled, though you may be befuddled trying to figure out why anyone was compelled to make the effort.
Jan 1, 2000
It offers a diverting couple of hours at the movies.
Jan 1, 2000
Outrageous fun.
Jan 1, 2000
So over the top you'll either enjoy it or be bothered and bewildered by it.
Jan 1, 2000
It is lacking in wickedness. It doesn't smack its lips when it's naughty.
Jan 1, 2000
A comedy that is weak even by today's humble standards, and pitiful when measured against the Cook-Moore version.
Jan 1, 2000
More than funny. And despite the subtle accents of brimstone and sulphur, a breath of fresh air.
Jan 1, 2000
Consistently funny.
Jan 1, 2000
Brendan Fraser is one funny, mixed-up guy. And as Ms. Lucifer, the new scourge of Fraser's life, Elizabeth Hurley crackles with sexy sarcasm.
Jan 1, 2000
The new writing team has dumbed-down the script to such an extent that the jokes sound like rejects from a Farrelly brothers comedy.