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Hopeless dweeb Elliot Richards is granted 7 wishes by the devil to snare Allison, the girl of his dreams, in exchange for his soul.

Release Year: 2000

Rating: 5.9/10 (43,123 voted)

Critic's Score: 49/100

Harold Ramis

Stars: Brendan Fraser, Elizabeth Hurley, Frances O'Connor

Elliot Richardson, suicidal techno geek, is given seven wishes to turn his life around when he meets up with a very seductive Satan. The catch: his soul. Some of his wishes include a 7 foot basketball star, a rock star, and a hamburger. But, as could be expected, the Devil must put her own little twist on each his fantasies.

Writers: Peter Cook, Peter Cook


Brendan Fraser

Elliot Richards

Elizabeth Hurley

The Devil

Frances O'Connor

Alison Gardner
Nicole Delarusso

Miriam Shor

Penthouse Hostess

Orlando Jones

Beach Jock
Lamar Garrett
Dr. Ngegitigegitibaba

Paul Adelstein

Beach Jock
Bob Bob (Sportscaster #3)

Toby Huss

Beach Jock
Jerry Turner (Sportscaster #2)

Gabriel Casseus

Elliot's Cellmate

Brian Doyle-Murray


Jeff Doucette

Desk Sergeant

Aaron Lustig

Synedyne Supervisor

Rudolf Martin


Julian Firth

John Wilkes Booth

Iain Rogerson

Play Actor

Biddy Hodson

Play Actor

Meet the devil. No one's ever been able to resist her. Until now.

Release Date: 20 October 2000

Filming Locations: City Hall – 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, California, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $48,000,000


Opening Weekend: $13,106,526
(22 October 2000)
(2568 Screens)

Gross: $90,383,208

Technical Specs


Did You Know?


An additional scene shot involved the rich and powerful Elliot giving Allison a diamond ring as a gift. Allison remarks that it is lovely and tosses it away. Elliot later tosses the ring into a fountain in disappointment and servants dive in to retrieve it. This seemed like overkill so it was left out.


The sand in his face during the "World's Most Emotionally Sensitive Man" scene.


[after the Devil shows up on Elliot's computer screen]

Elliot Richards:
What are you doing here?

The Devil:
Just think of me as a computer virus.

Elliot Richards:
I think of you as a PLAGUE!

User Review

Fun movie, good comedy.

Rating: 9/10

No, this isn't the best or funniest comedy in the world, but I certainly
enjoyed it. There is a fair amount of really good comedy in the film to
keep you entertained. …And of course there's Elizabeth Hurley…need I
say more?

The story is a fun one and quite the fantasy, but nonetheless, it's
entertaining. While not being anything terribly profound, this film
definitely has a point to make, be happy with yourself and only you can make
things happen, don't rely on others for your happiness.

The acting in this film is very good. Brendan Fraser struts his acting
talent in this film quite nicely, playing virtually 5 or 6 characters
throughout the film. Brendan really is a talented actor and should get some
notice for his role in this film. Orlando Jones, Paul Adelstein, and Toby
Huss also deserve a great deal of notice for their work in this film, all
three of them play various types of characters in the film and do it quite
nicely. Elizabeth Hurley and her ever-changing wardrobe should be reason
enough for any guy to watch this film. She looks nothing short of fantastic
in every scene. Frances O'Connor was a nice choice for the part of Alison /
Nicole (also playing more than one role very nicely).

All in all, this is a fun, cute movie with some really good comedy. I would
recommend this film to anyone that likes those types of film, or is just a
fan of one of the actors or director Harold Ramis. I hope you enjoy the
film, thanks for reading,