The movie “Bedazzled” is a comedy that plays proof that the Devil’s offerings are indeed not for the taking. The main character Elliot Richard played by Brendan Fraser is a lower class citizen within the white collar world. Elliot has had a major crush on his co-worker Allison for sometime, when he is acquainted by a beautiful woman who is actually the Devil. The Devil played by Elizabeth Hurley offers him seven wishes of any sort in exchange for Elliot’s soul. Elliot agrees in hope he will be able to attract Allison’s attention, but none of his wishes will exactly come out the way he would have wanted. 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, he begins to understand that the Devil has added a crucial problem to each of his wishes, and for all his troubles he is still leave without his major crush Allison. This movie plays with the audience numerous times and especially with the male sex in society, because we are presented with a man and his weakness while the male audience experiences the same exact weakness when tempted by the Devil’s sex appeal. Elizabeth Hurley’s character throughout the film taunts and playfully flirts with Elliot Richard making her in complete control of most of his conscience and actions. Watching this film almost seems as if Elliot has been brainwashed away from every wish that goes wrong, because he continues to believe he can make it right with the next one. In the end the audience finds out that it has been all the game of the Devil all along and Elliot Richard will be stuck in a struggle to back his soul.